Indian Electrical & Electronics Manufacturers’ Association (IEEMA) is an Apex Industry Association of the Indian electrical equipment, industrial electronics and allied equipment manufacturers – representing a combined turnover of $42 Billion. First ISO certified industry association in India, represents businesses encompassing the complete value chain in generation, transmission & distribution equipment. IEEMA members have contributed to more than 90% of the power equipment installed in India. A platform for constructive interactions between Industry, Utilities and Policy Makers.
IEEMA at a glance
Founded in 1948
IEEMA has a pan India presence with Corporate office in New Delhi, Registered office in Mumbai and regional offices in Kolkata and Bangalore. IEEMA has regional representatives in Lucknow, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Guwahati, Raipur, Bhubaneshwar, Srinagar and Hyderabad.
Turnover: $ 42 billion
IEEMA members represent a combined annual turnover in excess of USD 42 billion and have contributed to more than 95% of the power equipment installed in India.
IEEMA provides interactive forums like seminars, conferences, workshops, and training programmes for knowledge sharing, adoption of best practices and networking opportunities for manufacturers, utilities, professionals, international experts and organisations.
Formulating Indian Standards
IEEMA works closely with government agencies, utilities, standardisation bodies, research & development organisations and testing institutes for formulating Indian standards for the electro-technical industry and developing energy efficient products.
ISO Certified Industry Association
IEEMA, the first ISO certified Industry Association in India, has complete value chain in power generation, transmission and distribution. Its membership base, ranging from public sector enterprises, multinational companies to small, medium and large companies, gives IEEMA a truly national representative character.
Exports: USD 4.5 billion
India’s exports of electrical equipment are around USD 4.5 billion.
Engaging with Government
IEEMA is the natural voice of Indian electrical industry and plays a crucial policy advocacy role with the government and its agencies. The product divisions and technical expertise helps in responding to the government on an ongoing basis.
IEEMA statistics and PV circulars
IEEMA has been compiling and disseminating detailed statistics of production / sales data for more than three decades which is used extensively by industry and others.
Promoting Quality, Productivity and Energy Benchmarks
IEEMA has initiated a number of programmes which are aimed at building capabilities of its members to improve quality, productivity and efficiency standards.
IEEMA has initiated a number of programmes which are aimed at building capabilities of its members to improve quality, productivity and efficiency standards by sharing and dissemination of information on latest processes.
IEEMA Journal and Other Publications
IEEMA produces well researched publications and reports, including the IEEMA Journal – the leading electrical and electronics monthly in the country and the only ABC certified magazine in its league. IEEMA Journal and other publications provide technical and techno-commercial articles, industry information, statistics, business opportunities, etc.
IEEMA’s Power Skill Development Council is working on capacity building and up-gradation of member organisations towards global levels of excellence in order to encourage and implement modern quality tools and techniques.
To promote exports from India, IEEMA organises high-level bilateral delegation visits and participation in exhibitions abroad. IEEMA also promotes global business dialogue through trade vehicles like Reverse Buyer – Seller meets and focused trade events to strengthen the export potential of IEEMA members.
Understanding and Articulating Members’ Needs
IEEMA is proactively engaged in the stakeholders’ consultations being undertaken by the Planning Commission for the 12th Five Year Plan. IEEMA, on behalf of industry, makes suggestions to Ministry of Finance and Central Board of Excise & Customs, Government of India, on the government’s fiscal & taxation policies and procedures, as part of pre-budget consultations between Industry and the Government.