Industries of Thrissur

The industries of Thrissur contribute largely to the the district's and city's economy. The presence of leading industrial houses in Thrissur has boosted the industrial scenario of the area.
Though, the city has numerous types of industries in Thrissur, some prominent industries are:
  • Agricultural industry
  • Coir industry
  • Dairy industry
  • Chemical industry
  • Printing industry
  • Match industry
  • Fishery industry
  • Tile industry
  • Textile industry
  • Timber industry
  • Leather industry
  • Caning industry
The tile industry in Thrissur is among the leading industries of its type in the entire southern India. The industry is over hundred years old and has witnessed many ups and downs. One of the important cottage industries of the region, the coir industry holds a very important place in Thrissur's economy. The presence of the Chalakkudy and Trichur forests have helped the thriving timber industry of the Thrissur district. The leather industry in Thrissur presents magnificent leather articles that are exported all over the world. The caning industry in Thrissur is one of the newest entry in the industrial scenario of the city. The chemical industry of Thrissur manufactures various types of medicine and medical products. With modern mechanisms, the printing industry is also well developed in the city. The match industry is an exceptional industry in Thrissur, which is facilitated by the availability of soft wood in the local forests.

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Last Updated on 01/06/2013



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