Industrial Area Details


Dakshina Kannada, Karnataka

  • Name of Park


  • Industry Type

    Industrial Area

  • Location

    Dakshina Kannada, Karnataka

  • Industrial Area Size

    941.77 acres

  • Connectivity
  • Air

    The district is connected by air through the Mangalore International Airport at Bajpe. Airlines such as Air India, Spice Jet, and IndiGo offer daily flights to national and international destinations near the Persian Gulf.

  • Rail

    The Southern Railway connected Mangalore with Calicut (Kozhikode) along the coastline. This railway line helped connect the district with other places of the Madras presidency during the colonial rule.

  • Road

    The district has five national highways connecting parts of Karnataka and India. NH-66 connects the district with Udupi, Karwar, Mumbai, Goa, Kochi, and Thiruvananthapuram.

  • Sea

    The Dakshina Kannada district has a seaport at Panambur named New Mangalore Port. The seaport managed by New Mangalore Port Trust handles cargo, timber, petroleum, and coffee exports. It is one of the major seaports of India.

  • Aerospace

  • Building products

  • Chemicals

  • Construction & Engineering

  • Electrical Equipment

  • Food and Agro Products

  • Leather & Leather Products

  • Metals and Mining

  • Oil, Gas & Consumable Fuels

  • Paper & Forest Products

  • Textile, Apparel & Accesssories

  • Transport Equipment

  • Transportation Infrastructure

    • Bank/ATM
    • Concrete roads/ roads
    • Fire detection and Fire fighting
    • Health Care Center
    • Power Supply
    • Restaurant/Canteen
    • Security
    • Water Supply

Located in the northern part of Mangalore city and area spread over 9.46 sq. km., the area has potential for new MSMEs like coconut, areca, cashew, marine and forest resources, natural rubber. Floriculture, seed nurseries and tissue culture and educational institutions.

The major exportable items are tiles, leaf springs, spices, cashew nuts, handicrafts, readymade garments, chemicals, minerals and ores, food items, fish meals, flowers and polished granite. Building granite and laterite stone are the major minerals and the minor minerals like quartz, dolerite, lime shell and lime kankar are found on the land of Bikampady.

Mangalore central is the nearest railway station and Mangaluru International airport is the nearest airport.