Jabalpur Industry



The Jabalpur Industry has a tremendous influence on the Jabalpur economy. The presence of several industries in Jabalpur have bolstered the industrial scenario of the city. However the industrial growth of the area owes much to the defense establishments and the four ordinance factories.

The presence of the military base and the ordinance factories have improved the infrastructure of the city. This have boosted the industrial development of Jabalpur. The four ordinance factories in Jabalpur are the Grey iron foundry, the ordinance factory in Khamaria, the gun carriage factory and the vehicle factory.

The industrial atmosphere of Jabalpur has atrracted several heavy, medium and small scale industries. Some of the important industries in Jabalpur are:

  • Bidi Manufacturing
  • Readymade Garments units
  • Poultry Hatchery
  • Electrical goods industry
  • Saw mills
  • Industries relating to lime stone products
  • Food processing industries
  • Building materials
  • Glassware
  • Telephone parts
  • Furniture making industry
  • Shaw Wallace Gelatin Factory
  • Simplex Steel Structures works
  • Commercial automobile
  • Army base workshop



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    Last Updated on 30th Nov 2012

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