Tile Industry of Thrissur


One of the significant industries of the area, the tile industry of Thrissur employs numerous labors from the state and outside.
The Thrissur tile industry is more than a hundred years old. Over the years the tile industry in Thrissur has witnessed many rise and fall but it has manged to withstand the bad times.

Today, Thrissur can boasts of 160 tile factories making it one of the biggest hubs of southern India. The tile industry of Thrissur is aided by the presence of clay suitable for making tiles. The main centers of Tile Industry in Thrissur are in:
  • Karuvannur
  • Pududkkad
  • Ollur
  • Amballur
The tile industry has acquired Italian technology to improve the quality and production of tiles. The tile industry provide many jobs to the local people of the city.



Last Updated on 01/06/2013

     


     

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