Such a facility will help SMEs undertake "smart manufacturing", a top government official said here.
Jayesh Ranjan, principal secretary, Department of Industries and Commerce, said immense changes happening in technologies have benefited a lot of local players in the state, especially the SMEs.
"This created a pan-Indian culture in Hyderabad and also a whole range of ancillaries to support the large PSUs. I am happy to mention that the small and medium companies could raise to the occasion and even become exporters," he said.
Ranjan was speaking at a programme organised by the CII, Telangana unit.
"How do we ensure that the entire industry adopts smart manufacturing? I would urge the CII to support a centre of excellence on smart manufacturing in Hyderabad," he said.
To support the manufacturing sector, the government will soon come up with a few sectoral policies related to food processing and electric vehicle, among others, he added.
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