Sriperumbudur-Oragadam corridor is buzzing with opportunities


Oragadam is set to witness a grand reopening! Salcomp India, a major supplier of iPhone chargers and components to Apple, is gearing up to reopen Nokia’s Sriperumbudur plant. The facility, one of the largest in India, had remained closed since 2014 and was acquired by Salcomp only last year.

Investment and workforce addition

Despite the pandemic, the Sriperumbudur – Oragadam industrial belt is buzzing with activity and opportunities.  Salcomp will invest Rs 1300 crores in the next few years and the majority of these funds will be used for purchasing new plants and machinery. Salcomp India currently employs about 8,000 workers, nearly 1000 of them were added after the lockdown was lifted. Interestingly 85 percent of its workforce consists of women. Salcomp will be hiring 5,000 more by the end of 2021 and intends to add another 5,000.

The action is not limited to Salcomp. The other companies in the news include Daimler India’s expansion of its commercial vehicle manufacturing at its Oragdam factory and Rs 900 crores investment by Japan’s Polymatech Electronics to make semiconductor chips at the SIPCOT industrial park.

Earlier this year, Foxconn started assembling Apple’s premium iPhone 11 at its Sriperumbudur facility.  The company will also pump in $ 1billion over the next three years to expand capacity.

Meanwhile, Yotta Infrastructure, part of the Hiranandani Group, announced its plans to set up a data center park on a 13-acre campus at Hiranandani Parks. It will invest more than Rs 3000 crores over the next eight years. The first data center building with a built-up area of 230,000 square feet is expected to be ready by the last quarter of 2021.

The changing skyline of Oragadam

The influx of big companies has led to the transformation of the area into a sought-after residential market with Hiranandani Parks being the most preferred one. Nestled within landscaped gardens, the 360+ acre integrated township offers a luxury lifestyle with an abundance of amenities apart from a multispeciality hospital, school, high-street shopping centers, indoor and outdoor sports facilities, themed gardens, recreational spaces, and a lot more!

The Hiranandani Lifestyle

A favorite with the expat community, many of whom work at the 22 Fortune 500 companies located nearby, Hiranandani Parks, Oragadam is home to many Japanese and Korean families. For those who prefer to create their own living space, the Tierra range of villa plots is the best option. The premium plots come with advanced & basic infrastructure including power, water, stormwater connections and connectivity. The pre-laid infrastructure allows owners the option of immediate registration, so there’s no waiting for building their dream villas.

Sustainable living

The integrated township comes with unique eco-friendly facilities that enable residents to lead a green and healthy lifestyle.  Apart from features like rainwater harvesting, sewage treatment, solar energy, and organic farming, Hiranandani Parks has a water treatment plant with a capacity of 2.34 Million Liters Daily (MLD).  A wide variety of fruits and vegetables are cultivated at the thriving organic farms. The township is also blessed with a rich water table and no effort has been spared to preserve it in a water-starved city. In fact, Hiranandani Parks ensures pure water supply round the clock, come rain or shine.

Enjoy a round of golf or try polo

Playing golf here is an experience in itself. Set amidst a sylvan background and refreshing greenery, the course is a hit with skilled players and beginners perfecting their strokes at the driving range. If you are in the mood for something more adventurous, head off to the picture-perfect polo ground. Play polo like a royal.

Indeed, living at Hiranandani Parks in a neighbourhood brimming with opportunities comes loaded with unique benefits. Visit www.hiranandaniparks.com and request for a safe & exclusive site visit to experience the township.

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