Industrial Area Details


Ahmedabad, Gujarat

  • Name of Park


  • Industry Type

    Industrial Area

  • Location

    Ahmedabad, Gujarat

  • Industrial Area Size

    527.00 Hectare

  • Connectivity
  • Air

    Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport (SVPIA) is an international airport serving the cities of Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar in Gujarat, India.

  • Rail

    The main railway station of Ahmedabad, also referred to as the Ahmedabad Junction Railway Station or Kalupur Railway Station.

  • Road

    Ahmedabad is now having a world-class GSRTC Bus Port at Gita Mandir.

  • Biotechnology / Pharmaceutical / Life Sciences Tools & Services

  • Building products

  • Chemicals

  • Construction & Engineering

  • Food and Agro Products

  • Metals and Mining

  • Textile, Apparel & Accesssories

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

The journey of Vatva Industrial Estate, Ahmedabad started in the year 1968, when GIDC took steps to initialize the industrial revolution of Gujarat.

VATVA is one of the oldest and largest industrial estates in the state, spread over an area of about 527 hectares and has over 2500 industrial units in four phases. This estate is a part of Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC). Vatva has un-interrupted power supplies and a special hi-tech Telephone Exchange to serve its various industrial units.

Established in the year 1971, with just a handful of industrialists, the VATVA INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION has today attained the position of largest industrial association in the whole Gujarat, with a membership more than 1500 units. It is better known to protect the interests of its esteemed members and industry as a whole. It has greatly contributed towards the growth & development of industries in the estate.

An Overview Area of Industrial Estate – 527 Hectors No. of Members – 1500 No. of Industries in Vatva – 2500 Revenue Generation – More than Rs. 10000 Crore Per Annum Forex Generation – More than Rs.3000 Crore Per Annum Employment – More than 1,20,000 people