Gujarat is the manufacturing powerhouse of India and is one of the leading industrialized States.
The State has proved to be the growth engine of India, after achieving a strong double-digit economic growth of 10 percent, in the past one and a half decade.
Gujarat has the second largest number of factories in India (25,966) and has accounted for highest industrial output in the country with 16.8% of total output in Annual Survey of Industries.

Last Update : 11-07-20

  • 202 Industrial Estates; 95+ Private Industrial Parks & Private Industrial Estates
  • 1,57,470 km roads which include National Highways, State Highway and District Roads
  • Power surplus State, providing round the clock three-phase uninterrupted quality power. > 30 GW installed power generation capacity providing 24×7 un-interrupted supply
  • 49 large ports including 1 major port and 48 non-major ports (handling 40% of India’s cargo)
  • 17 operational airports and airstrips with 2 International airports
  • 2600 km State-wide Integrated Gas Grid.
  • State of the art single window clearance mechanism for approvals.
  • Dedicated Relationship Managers for international investors which serves as a one-point contact to handhold investors throughout the investment lifecycle from location/opportunity identification to approvals, operations, and subsidy disbursement.
  • Encouraging incentives through well-defined policies with special packages for large scale investments.
  • In October 2020, USISPF hosted Shri MK Das, Special Chief Secretary, Industries, for an interactive discussion on the recently released Gujarat Industrial Policy 2020.
  • As part of the 3rd Annual Leadership Summit, USISPF hosted Hon’ble Chief Minister, Government of Gujarat, Vijay Rupani for a moderated keynote session.
  • Auto & Auto Components

  • Chemicals & Petrochemicals,

  • Pharmaceuticals

  • Textiles & Apparel

  • Plastics, Engineering

  • Agro & Food Processing 

  • Renewable Energy



Chief Minister: Vijay Rupani
Chief Secretary: Anil Mukim
Additional Chief Secretary, Industries and Mines: M.K Das