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Electronics Instruments / (O.E.) / (M.E.)

This sector of the Indian industry continues to play a very important role towards the economic growth. Stateof- art industrial electronic equipment and systems, automation technologies, networking systems and  various other stand-alone instrumentations are increasingly applied i n manufacturing industries like steel, Textiles, Cement, Power, Chemical and Refineries, etc. Transportation industries, particularly the Indian Railways are increasingly adopting latest power electronics equipment for their mainline electric / diesel locomotives and suburban train systems. 

PRODUCTION OF ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTS / O.E. / M.E.

Production of electronics instruments registered a growth of 11.19 percent (-2.66 Percent in US$ terms) during the year 2008-09 over the year 2007-08. In value terms, production of electronics instruments during the year 2008-09 is estimated to be Rs. 19580 crore (US$ 4257 million) up from Rs. 17610 crore (US$ 4374 million) estimated in the year 2007-08. Production of  Electronics instruments during the past  five years has been growing at an annual average growth of 17.21 percent.

 

EXPORT OF ELECTRONICS INSTRUMENTS / O.E. / M.E.  DURING 2008-09. 

Export of electronics instruments registered a high growth of 8.11 percent (a decline of 5.36 percent in US$ terms) during the year 2008-09 over the year  2007-08. In value terms, export of electronics equipments during the year 2008-09 is estimated to be Rs. 4200 crore (US$ 913 million) up from Rs. 3885 crore (US$ 965 million) estimated in the year 2007-08. Export of Electronics instruments from India has been  growing at an annual average growth rate of 22.62 percent (22.64 percent in  US$ terms) during the past five years. Electronics instruments exports constitute 13.45 percent of Indias total  electronics hardware exports.

 

TOP ITEMS OF EXPORTS 

Various kinds of rectifiers were exported in huge quantity during the year 2008-09 making rectifiers the top item of export under electronics instruments category. Export of rectifiers registered a growth of 28.4 percent (12.4 percent in US$ terms) during the year 2008-09 over 2007-08. In value terms export of rectifiers increased from Rs. 986 crore (US$ 245 million) estimated in 2007-08 to Rs. 1266 crore (US$ 275 million) during the year 2008-09. Rectifiers were mainly exported to USA and Netherlands. X-ray equipment and parts have emerged as the 2nd top item of export  under Electronic instruments category  during 2008-09. Export of X-ray equipments and parts during 2008-09 is estimated to be Rs. 857 crore (US$ 186 million) as compared to Rs. 729 crore (US$ 181 million estimated in the year 2008-09. Export of inverters registered decline of 21 percent in Rupee terms (31 percent in US$ terms) during the year 2008-09. Export of Medical Instruments also registered decline during the year 2008-09. Export of Surveying Compass, automatic regulating or controlling instruments, voltage regulators ,Oscilloscopes , Geophysical instruments, Battery charges registered growth during the year 2008-09. 

MAJOR DESTINATIONS FOR ELECTRONICS INSTRUMENTS EXPORTS

Despite of decline in export, North America, Europe and South Asian countries remains the top three destinations for export of electronics instruments during 2008-09 as well. 

Export to Japan, Korea and other Far East countries registered a growth of  288 percent (239 percent in US$ terms) during the year 2008-09 over 2007-08. In value terms export to this region increased from Rs. 100 crore (US$ 25 million) estimated in 2007-08 to Rs. 388 crore (US$ 84 million) during the year 2008-09.  Export to Middle East countries increased from Rs. 230 crore (US$ 57 million) estimated in 2007-08 to Rs. 314 crore (US$ 68 million) during 2008-09. Export to Africa and CIS countries registered decline.

 
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