Industrial Area Details


Gadag, Karnataka

  • Name of Park


  • Industry Type

    Industrial Area

  • Location

    Gadag, Karnataka

  • Industrial Area Size

    5.00 Hectare

  • Connectivity
  • Air

    By Air: The nearest airport to Gadag is the Hubli airport.

  • Rail

    By Train: This is a better option to arrive straight to Gadag. The Balganur, Kangihai, and Gadag Junction Railway Stations all interconnect very well with other cities in the state.

  • Road

    By Road: Ankola-Gooty (in AP) National Highway 63 passes through Gadag Town in the district.

  • 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

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

Gadag has agriculture as its highest employment generator with 40%of SSI engaged in this sector lending itself as Agro-investment region.

The presence of two climatic zone, both black and red soil, moderate rainfall and increasing irrigation system amply provides for growing both long term and short term crop, mixing and inter cropping enhancing productivity levels here.It has an APMC yard (State Warehouse) of 7004 MT is present in betageri adding to the infrastructure.

8,088 small-scale industries with aggregated investment 10.999 billion and 5 Large and Medium scale Industries with aggregate divestment INR 5,385 Crore along with 94 factories form the industrial landscape of Gadag. 6 Industrial Estate & 1 Gadag Co-Operative Industrial Estate serve the needs of the thriving industries. 3200 acres of land is identified for investment opportunities in Jantli, Shirur, Petalur, Telagi and Mevundi villages of Mundaragi Taluk The MSME cluster in power loom, textile training college and a large talent pool of skilled workers forms a perfect ecosystem for the textile sector here. Other focus sectors include Metal Ware well promoted by the Artisan Cluster and community; Sugar Industry, Machine Tools, Furniture and Paper Products, Tourism that attracts both spiritual and leisure travelers throughout the year.