Industrial Area Details


Vadodara, Gujarat

  • Name of Park


  • Industry Type

    Industrial Area

  • Location

    Vadodara, Gujarat

  • Industrial Area Size

    134.28 Hectare

  • Connectivity
  • Air

    Vadodara is connected by various domestic airlines to Ahmedabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Daman, and Pune

  • Rail

    Vadodara, a major railway junction is located on the Western Railway, which connects Mumbai, Delhi and Ahmedabad

  • Road

    Vadodara, 112 km from Ahmedabad and 420 km from Mumbai, is located on National Highway 8

  • Aerospace

  • Biotechnology / Pharmaceutical / Life Sciences Tools & Services

  • Building products

  • Chemicals

  • Construction & Engineering

  • Construction Materials

  • Electrical Equipment

  • Food and Agro Products

  • Household Durables

  • Leather & Leather Products

  • Machinery

  • Metals and Mining

  • Oil, Gas & Consumable Fuels

  • Paper & Forest Products

  • Textile, Apparel & Accesssories

  • Tobacco

  • Transport Equipment

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

"Por-Ramangamdi, is an industrial area in Vadodara, Gujarat, India. This region area is spread over 1340985 sq. mtrs from which the total allocable area is 1011919 sq mtrs that is around 75% of the present land.

In this the plots which are equipped are being used for: G.I.D.C Amenities, Industrial Association, Canteen and others are reserved for shops., and garden spaces. With commercial activities. 
The salient features of strategy:
 Accelerating Development of Infrastructure
# Promoting labour intensive industries
# Focus approach for industrially under-developed Areas
# Strengthening sector-specific vocational skills
# Encouraging Universities for incubating start-ups & innovative product development
# Support technology up-gradation and research & development
# Promote trade facilitation & e-governance
# Support to Service sector enterprises

55 % of the total work force is engaged in Agriculture Sector, while 45 % of the total work force engaged in Industry and other sectors. However consequent upon availability of improved irrigation potential Agriculture sector has gained advantage and more people take up the farming activities with great vigour. The district provides tremendous scope for Horticulture and Agro-processing activities. Many Non-farm sector activities are also taken up as a number of Small Scale Industries and ancillary units are required to support the large industries, besides engaging labour force for repairs & service. "