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Profile of Indian Foundry Industry:-

The Indian foundry industry manufacturers metal cast components for applications in Auto, Tractor, Railways, Machine tools, Sanitary, Pipe Fittings, Defence, Aerospace, Earth Moving, Textile, Cement, Electrical, Power machinery, Pumps / Valves, Wind turbile generators etc. Foundry Industry has a turnover of approx. USD 19 billion with export approx. USD 3.1 billion.

However, Grey iron castings have the major share i.e. approx 68% of total castings produced.

There are approx 4600 units out of which 90% can be classified as MSMEs.

Approx 1500 units are having International Quality Accreditation. Several large foundries are modern & globally competitive. Many foundries use cupolas using LAM Coke. However, these are gradually shifting to Induction Melting. There is growing awareness about environment & many foundries are switching over to induction furnaces & some units in Agra are changing over to cokeless cupolas.

General Economic Scenario

Govt. focusing on “MAKE IN INDIA”, “EASE OF DOING BUSINESS”, infrastructure & easing FDI norms to promote investments in manufacturing & new initiatives & cooperations in skill development.

Forecasts of growth by leading institutions :-

India to become fastest growing economy >7.5% YoY as per forecasts of leading International Institutions.

Major Foundry Clusters:-

Each cluster is known for its products. The major foundry clusters are located in Batala, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Agra, Pune, Kolhapur, Sholapur, Rajkot, Mumbai, Ahemdabad, Belgaum, Coimbatore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Howrah, Kolkata, Indore, Chennai, Ahemdabad, Faridabad, Gurgaon etc

Typically, each foundry cluster is known for catering to some specific end-use markets. For example, the Coimbatore cluster is famous for pump-sets castings, the Kolhapur and the Belgaum clusters for automotive castings and the Rajkot cluster for diesel engine castings, Howrah cluster for sanitary castings etc.

Manpower:

The total Manpower in Foundry Sector is approx. 500,000 Directly & 150,00,00 indirectly. The foundry sector is highly labour intensive & currently generates employment for 2 Millions directly & indirectly mainly from socially & economically weaker sections of society. It has potential to generate additional employment of 2 Million in next 10 years.

Global Scenerio:

As per 54rd World casting Census published by Modern Castings USA in January 2021, Total Global Casting Production 109.05 million metric tonnes, a decrease of 3.2% as compared to the previous year. China, India and the US hold the top three spots. China reported a 1.2% decrease in Production and India the 2nd largest producer of castings in the world was a decrease in Production of 14.2%.

Role in Manufacturing Sector :

The new manufacturing policy envisages the increase in the share of manufacturing in the GDP to 25% from current 15% & to create 100 Million additional jobs in next 10 years. Since all engineering & other sectors use metal castings in their manufacturing, the role of foundry industry to support manufacturing is very vital. It is not possible to achieve the above goal without the sustainable corresponding growth of the foundry sector

Production in Million Tonnes.:


Exports Import trends:

The Exports have been showing healthy trends approx 25-30% YOY till 2011-12 after that there was slow down in export. However, the current exports for FY 2019-20 are approx USD 3.1 billions.


Sectorwise consumption of Casting

Automobile Sector is major consumers of castings, Please see the Chart Below.







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