Coimbatore, is a major industrial city in India and the second largest city in the state of Tamil Nadu. While renowned for the textile industries located in the area, Coimbatore is also known for its engineering firms, automobile parts manufacturers, health care facilities and educational institutions. Situated on the banks of the Noyyal River in the extreme west of Tamil Nadu near the state of Kerala, the city is known for its pleasant weather and local hospitality.
In recent years, studies conducted by various domestic and international agencies such as the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and the World Bank have identified the infrastructure and public services in the state of Tamil Nadu to be superior to that of other Indian States. Given these facts, Tamil Nadu consistently ranks among the best states for investment both foreign and domestic and has garnered significant and increasing attention, and the foreign direct investment and resultant commercial, industrial and infrastructural development to match.
As of the 2001 census, the most current data available, Coimbatore had a population of 1.1 million persons within the city limits and another estimated 0.75 million under urban cover. The city has been in the midst of unprecedented growth in recent years, the population having increased from less than 50,000 to almost two million in the greater metropolitan area in just over one hundred years. Given the tremendous growth and modernization of the Indian economy in recent years, now is a prime time to Invest in India.
The Chennai Silks
Kannan Departmental Stores
Sony World Home Appliances
Kovai Medical Centre Hospital
G.Kuppuswamy Naidu Memorial Hospital
Coimbatore Kidney Centre
Aravind Eye Hospital
Arya Vaidya Pharmacy Coimbatore Ltd
PSG College of Arts & Science
Sri Krishna College of Engineering and Technology
Government Medical College
Hotel Alankar Grande
Coimbatore Junction Railway Station
The Hindu Business Line
Anamalai Wildlife Sanctuary
Mayuri Cultural Arts Centre
Arulmigu Thandu Mariamman Thirukoil