Industries in Indore



A major component of the Indore economy, the Industries in Indore contribute a considerable amount of revenue. The city has emerged as a major industrial center of the state of Madhya Pradesh.

Pithampur near Indore is one of the largest hubs of vehicle and automobile industries in India. Well known industrial houses have opened factories and plants in Indore. Some of the most important Indore industries are :

  • Kinetic Honda
  • Onida Saka
  • Pratap Steel
  • Prestige Group
  • Bajaj Tempo
  • Bridge Stone
  • Chirag Ingots
  • Eicher Motors
  • Dhar Textiles
  • Larsen and Toubro
  • Indo German Tools
  • Hindustan Motors
  • Crompton Greaves
  • Pratibha Syntex
  • Kores India

    The CAT or Center for Advanced Technology has been established in Indore to bolster technological research and advancement.



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    Last Updated on 29th Nov 2012

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