Small Industries Development Corporations

Industrial Estate Division
Industrial Park Division
Industrial Park Scheme

Kerala Small Industries Development Corporation Limited (Kerala SIDCO) is a state agency in Kerala dedicated to fostering the growth of Small, Micro, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). As a fully owned government corporation since its inception in 1975, SIDCO focuses on providing comprehensive assistance to small-scale industries, including land and building provisions, affordable raw materials, and effective marketing strategies. Across all 14 districts of Kerala, SIDCO operates various divisions, including industrial estates, mini-industrial estates, industrial parks, marketing cells, and IT&TC divisions.

The Industrial Estate Division plays a crucial role in creating dedicated zones for industrial development and offering essential infrastructure such as roads and power services. SIDCO currently manages 17 major Industrial Estates and 36 Mini Industrial Estates, totalling 270.30 acres with 923 industrial sheds. Allotments are made on a rental or outright sale basis, and the corporation actively re-allots idle land or sheds to new entrepreneurs.

The Industrial Park Division further enhances the growth of small-scale industries by providing specific areas zoned for industrial activities with integrated infrastructure. SIDCO manages seven industrial parks in different districts, including Moodadi, Thiruvarpu, Angamally, Shornur, Chelakkara, Athani, and Kunnamthanam.

The Industrial Park Scheme, aligned with the government's policy, aims to establish an industrial park in each legislative constituency, fostering balanced industrial growth, particularly in rural areas. This strategic approach not only boosts employment opportunities but also promotes the optimal utilization of local resources, contributing to the overall socio-economic development of the state.

Impact On The Economy

The growth of the IT sector has had a substantial impact on Kerala's economy. It has created numerous job opportunities, contributing to reduced unemployment rates. Additionally, the state's IT exports have been steadily increasing, adding to its revenue. As IT companies and startups flourish, they also attract investment, thereby further stimulating the economy.Kerala's IT sector is not just about software services; it has diversified into various niches. Some notable sectors include healthcare IT, cybersecurity, fintech, and e-governance. These niche areas cater to both domestic and international markets, generating revenue and employment opportunities.

By investing in an Industrial Estate, one can achieve environmental improvement, cost saving, social improvement etc. through

  • Effective dissemination of instruments and management methods between companies located inside the Industrial Estate 
  • Close co-operation of companies with respect to economic, environmental and social issues 
  • Improved communication between stake holders and customers 
  • Synergy effects through joint use of infrastructure, joint procurement of production resources and raw materials and bye-products exchange. 

Many of the Companies would have many years of experience which could be utilized for the conception planning and implementation of further environmental and energy related projects and programmes. 
 
The concept of setting up of Industrial Estate in all the Legislative Constituency with the help of the Grama Panchayats is to be worth considered as the overall industrial growth of the state.  By setting up Industrial parks in all Districts, there will be a balanced growth of the industrial sector especially small and medium sector throughout the state.  The production activities in the state will be increased in our state Kerala, which is a consumer state. 


SIDCO has 17 major Industrial Estates and 36 Mini Industrial Estates with a total area of 270.30271 acres of land and 923 industrial sheds.  Allotments of land and sheds are made on rental / ORS basis.  Whenever land/sheds fall idle or the unit holder becomes defaulter of dues, such land/sheds are resumed/evicted and re-allotted to other industrial entrepreneurs.  The entrepreneurs who have remitted the full value of sheds/land purchased on ORS are given sale deed.  SIDCO has carried out many developmental works like street lighting, internal road and providing water supply to the units in the Industrial Estates and Mini Industrial Estates. 

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Industrial Parks & Estates are a cradle set up by the government for the growth of small scale sector.  These are specific areas zoned for industrial activities in which infrastructure such as roads, power and other utility services are provided to facilitate the growth of industries and to minimize impacts on the environment. 
 
An Industrial Park is an area of land set aside for industrial development.  The concept of setting up of Industrial Park is to enable to concentrate dedicated infrastructure in a delimited area to reduce the per-business expense of that infrastructure, to enable to attract new business by providing an integrated infrastructure in one location, etc. 

Impact On The Economy

The growth of the IT sector has had a substantial impact on Kerala's economy. It has created numerous job opportunities, contributing to reduced unemployment rates. Additionally, the state's IT exports have been steadily increasing, adding to its revenue. As IT companies and startups flourish, they also attract investment, thereby further stimulating the economy.Kerala's IT sector is not just about software services; it has diversified into various niches. Some notable sectors include healthcare IT, cybersecurity, fintech, and e-governance. These niche areas cater to both domestic and international markets, generating revenue and employment opportunities.

By investing in an Industrial Park, one can achieve environmental improvement, cost saving, social improvement etc. through 
 

  • Effective dissemination of instruments and management methods between companies located inside the Industrial Estate 
  • Close co-operation of companies with respect to economic, environmental and social issues 
  • Improved communication between stake holders and customers 
  • Synergy effects through joint use of infrastructure, joint procurement of production resources and raw materials and bye-products exchange.  

Many of the Companies would have many years of experience which could be utilized for the conception planning and implementation of further environmental and energy related projects and programs. 

 
The concept of setting up of Industrial Parks in all the Legislative Constituency with the help of the Grama Panchayats is to be worth considered as the overall industrial growth of the state.  By setting up Industrial parks in all Districts, there will be a balanced growth of the industrial sector especially small and medium sector throughout the state.  The production activities in the state will be increased in our state Kerala, which is a consumer state.

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The policy of the present Government is to establish an Industrial Park each in each Legislative Constituency.  Industrial Park means a project in which plots of developed space are made available to the units for the purpose of industrial activities. 
 
The scheme of Industrial Park was announced to provide momentum to the manufacturing sector and also to fully tap the potential of the SSI Sector and to encourage establishment of new tiny and small scale industries, particularly in the rural areas to achieve the twin objective of employment generation and utilization of local resources. 

Impact On The Economy

The growth of the IT sector has had a substantial impact on Kerala's economy. It has created numerous job opportunities, contributing to reduced unemployment rates. Additionally, the state's IT exports have been steadily increasing, adding to its revenue. As IT companies and startups flourish, they also attract investment, thereby further stimulating the economy.Kerala's IT sector is not just about software services; it has diversified into various niches. Some notable sectors include healthcare IT, cybersecurity, fintech, and e-governance. These niche areas cater to both domestic and international markets, generating revenue and employment opportunities.

We, Kerala SIDCO, is presently managing 7 Industrial Parks developed on its own, lying in various districts of the state. 

  • Moodadi IP in Kozhikode District 
  • Thiruvarpu IP in Kottayam District
  • Angamally IP in Earnakulam District
  • Shornur IP in Palakkad District
  • Chelakkara IP in Trissure District
  • Athani IP in Trissure District
  •  Kunnamthanam IP in Pathanamthitta District

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SSI UNIT'S FUNCTIONING AT VARIOUS INDUSTRIAL PARKS ACROSS KERALA

Details of Units and products manufactured in IP Chelakkara

Details of Units and products manufactured in IP Angamali

Details of Units and products manufactured in IP Athani

Details of Units and products manufactured in IP Kunnamthanam

Details of Units and products manufactured in IP Moodadi

Details of Units and products manufactured in IP Shornur

 

We are allotting plots to enterprising entrepreneurs to establish their industrial units after developing the parks by providing basic amenities like internal roads, power, water supply, etc.

 

STATUS OF ONGOING INDUSTRIAL PARK PROJECTS

Sl.No

Name of the project

Nature of Ownership

Base Price

Total Area in Acres

Allotable Area

Total Area Allotted

Balance Land Allottable

No. of Allottees

1

Athani

Transfer from DIC

33,000.00

11.81

7.07

6.94

0.13

53

2

Chelakkara

Transfer from Pazhayannoor Grama Panchayat

16,830.00

5.0251

4.2

Fully Alotted

NIL

18

3

Angamali

Transfer From DIC

1,53,500.00

15.39

13.47

12.2067

1.2633

45

4

Moodadi

Transfer from Moodadi Grama Panchayat

27,500.00

3.7778

3.0373

Fully Alotted

NIL

12

5

Shoranur

Transfer from DIC

24,420.00

5.0104

3.8793

Fully Alotted

NIL

16

6

Thiruvarpu

Transfer from Thiruvarpu Grama Panchayat

24,200.00

1.34

1.0295

Fully Alotted

NIL

4

7

Kunnamthanam

Transfer from DIC

25,500.00

5.00

1.5(3.5 Acres handed over to CWC)

Under Progress

NIL

13

 

IP-Pipeline Projects (For Setting up New Industrial Space)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sl No.

Name of Panchayat & District

Total Land Available   (Acres)

Details of land to SIDCO (Acres)

Resolution

No. & Date

Re Survey No:

Sketch Availability

Status

Remarks

1

Erumapetty,    Thrissur

-

4

Letter dtd 10.08.07

Sy No.709,708

Available

File No. LRJ 8/51819/2010.

Pending with land revenue Commissionrate

2

Thamarassery,    Kozhikode

14.62

5

159 dtd 24.10.09

91

Available

File No. LRJ 8/51819/2010.

Pending with land revenue Commissionrate

3

Kattipara,    Kozhikode

20.42

5

85/09 dtd 29.09.09

1/4,1/6,1/8

Available

File No. LRJ 8/51819/2010.

Pending with land revenue Commissionrate

4

Andoorkonam,     Thiruvananthapuram (Old)

10.14.46

3

4(6)(a) dtd 11.06.10

351

Available

File No. LRJ 8/51819/2010.

Pending with land revenue Commissionrate

5

Kadinamkulam,     Thiruvananthapuram

-

5

4 dtd              18.09.09

365-371

Available

File No. LRJ                     8/51819/2010

Pending with land revenue Commissionrate

6

Kuzhalmandam,     Palakkad

1.1

1.1

1 dtd                                 25.02.11

Sy. No. 433/5&9

Available

For opening Industrial space for electrical product.

Avaiting Govt. Order for transfer of land

7

Poundkadavu,    Thiruvananthapuram

2.78.90

2.6

Revenue Land

-

Available

File No. 15655/UI/Rev2010

Revenue Land

8

Cheruvakkal,    Thiruvananthapuram

5

3.5

Revenue Land

-

Not Available

File No. 15655/UI/Rev2010

Revenue Land

9

Andoorkonam, Thiruvananthapuram(New)

0.52

0.52

I -12 dtd 9.06.2011

289

Not Available

File No.                    57822/H/10

Resurvey in Progress

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