A 600-acre integrated industrial zone
Dotting Trichy on the global map with India’s first and Asia’s most coveted heavy engineering hub
GK Industrial Park (GKIP) is a 600-acre, state-of-the-art, fabrication-focused industrial property strategically located at Tiruchirapalli (Trichy) in Tamil Nadu, India. With the state-of-the-art industrial park coming into being, Tamil Nadu is all set to become the first hub of heavy engineering in India and Asia’s most sought after heavy engineering address.
With a presence of over 1000 units engaged in fabrication and related activities, Trichy is a prime destination for sourcing agents, especially in the area of power and heavy equipment manufacturing, from across the world. Annually, over 400,000 tons of fabricated components are sourced from Trichy by engineering giants like BHEL, Cethar Vessels Limited, L&T, Thermax, Caterpillar, and others.
Synergizing the entire spectrum of heavy engineering industries within its boundaries, GKIP will enable symbiotic as well as independent growth for businesses of all scales in a fabrication hub par excellence. The first of its kind in the country, it is well on its way towards serving as a model of industrial efficiency for the sector.
A range of opportunities - small, medium to heavy and heavy
An address at GK Industrial Park’s nerve center means enhanced chances of securing larger contracts and a greater presence in the market place. It means the sharing and pooling of otherwise capital-draining resources. It translates to unrestricted access to newer technology, the capability to adhere to trade compliances and greater security during initial years.
Compliant with every small need of large scale industries
For large industries, this is not just a process-driven environment rich in fabrication capacities. Every ancillary industry supplier from within the Tiny Units Cluster is able to comply with demanding norms and standards owing to capacity augmentation driven by clustering.
Developed plots, Built to Suit units, and open spaces of various sizes for development