Indian automobile industry mainly focused on servicing, dealership, financing and maintenance of vehicles. The Indian Automobile industry includes two-wheelers, trucks, cars, buses and three-wheelers which play a crucial role in growth of the Indian economy.
Indian Aviation Industry has been one of the fastest-growing aviation industries in the world with private airlines accounting for more than 75 % of the sector of the domestic aviation market.
Indian Tractor Industry in 1945 to 1960 because of the War surplus tractors and bulldozers were imported for land reclamation and cultivation in mid 1940's. Tractors are an integral part of mechanization and have a crucial role to play in increasing agricultural productivity.
India is a land of wonderful and marvelous artistic work of wood which is being appreciated world wide. The rich Indian handicraft and beautiful traditional attributes of art and design have established a reputation of Indian Furniture Industry in the nation and worldwide to be appreciated by people.
Indian Leather Industry has developed to a large extent and is the second largest producer next to China. The industry is equipped mostly with a potential for employment generation, growth and exports, with the annual exports touching 2 billion USD.
Indian Paper industry has created sustainable livelihood in rural areas and has helped generating employment for the local population especially for women to earn their livelihood.
The Indian Plastic industry is facing severe demand crunch in the domestic industry for quite some time. Demand for major polymers was 10 % lower in Q2 this financial year as compared to the same period last year
Indian rubber industry has been growing in along with the strength and importance, as a part of India's burgeoning role in the global economy.
India Silk Industry is second largest producer of silk, contributing to about 18 % to the world production. What is however, more noteworthy is the fact that India's requirement of raw silk is much higher than its current production at present
Indian Textile Industry occupies has earned a unique place in our country. It is among one of the industries which were earliest to come into existence in India.
India's Garment Industry is well-organized enterprise is among the best in the world. It constitutes of designers, manufacturers, exporters, suppliers, stockiest, and wholesalers. Indian Garment Industry has carved out a niche in the global markets and earned a reputation for its durability, quality and beauty.
Indian pharmaceutical market in 1970's was almost non-existent. Today, India has gained immense importance and carved a niche for itself in the pharmaceutical domain. In fact, it has emerged as a big mart for the pharmaceutical industry.
Indian Aluminium Industry was first established in the year 1808 and it took almost 46 years to make its production commercially viable. The research work of the country took several years resulted in extracting the Aluminium from the ore.
The Indian Copper Industry consisted of a single state-owned company and now the copper industry in India takes up about 3 % of the entire world market for copper.
Granite in the form of slabs and tiles has several attractive features, which, inter alia, includes extra-fine mirror-polish, scratch-free glossy surface and durability. Granite can be compared very well with other floor and wall application materials such as ceramics and marble.
Indian Mining Industry has been a major mineral producer in Asia and globally. Currently it is the global producer of chromite, coal, iron ore and bauxite while enjoying economic growth during the nineties. Mining is over 6000 years old in India.
Indian zinc industry consists primarily of two gaint players in the market, namely Hindustan Zinc and Binani Zinc. Hindustan Zinc is a producer which is integrated having its own mines and has a market share of more than 60%.
India is on an upswing when speaking about the Steel Industry because of the strong global and domestic demand. The rapid economic growth and progressing demand by sectors like infrastructure, real estate and automobiles, at home and abroad, has put Indian steel industry on the Global Map.
Bearing a long glowing heritage of cosmetic and beauty, aesthetic makeup products is being since olden days and nowadays it appear like an booming economy in India which would be the largest cosmetic consuming country in a next few decades.
Indian Food Processing Industry covers fruit and vegetables; meat and poultry; milk and milk products, alcoholic beverages, fisheries, plantation, grain processing, consumer products groups like confectionery, chocolates and cocoa products, Soya-based products, mineral water, high protein foods etc
India has a glorious history which affects each and every aspect of Indian lifestyle. Jewelry has always remained an integral part of the Indian lifestyle. The diverse history of India has great influence on the jewelry styles as well.
Indian Electronics industry dates back to the early 1960s. Electronics was one industry initially restricted to the development and maintenance of fundamental communication systems including radio-broadcasting, telephonic and telegraphic communication, and augmentation of defense capabilities.
Indian "agro" or "agriculture" marks the beginning of "civilized" or "sedentary" society. Climate change and increase in population in the country during the Holocene Era (10,000 BC onwards) led to the evolution of agriculture.
The Indian Cotton Industry provides sustenance to million of farmers as also the workers involved are right from processing to trading of cotton. The Indian textile industry consumes a diverse range of fibres and yarn, but is predominantly cotton based.
Sugar is made from sugarcane, was discovered thousands of years ago in New Guinea. And then the route was traced to India and Southeast Asia.
Indian Tea Industry is about 172 years old. The industry occupies an important place and plays a very useful part in the national economy. In 1823 Robert Bruce discovered tea plants growing wild in upper Brahmaputra Valley.
India Cement Industry is the second largest cement producer in the world after China with a total capacity of 151.2 Million Tones (MT). Government of India has been giving immense boost to various infrastructure projects, housing facilities and road networks, the cement industry in India is currently growing at an enviable pace.
Construction usually is done or coordinated by general contractors, who specialize in one type of construction such as residential or commercial building. Cost structure of the construction industry is dominated by raw material cost and subcontracting cost.
Fertilizer is defined as any substance which is organic or inorganic, natural or artificial, supplies one or more of the chemical elements required for plant growth.
Indian Printing Industry has undergone many revolutionary changes in the past 15 years. India In the year 1990 initiated a process of reforms which aimed at shedding protectionism and embracing liberalization of the economy.
Indian demand for solar products has been rapidly rising for the recent years, especially in rural areas, and is expected to continue growing substantially during the future.
Indian Turbine Industry is growing rapidly as wind energy is the fastest growing source of renewable energy in the country.
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