Aurangabad “The Tourist Capital” of Maharashtra having Historical monuments such as Ajanta- Ellora Caves, Bibi-Ka-Magqbara, Panchakki, Aurangabad Caves, Daulatabad fort, Jaikwadi Dam etc.
A city with no real industrial background in 80's is today a thriving hub of industrial activity like Auto Components, FMCG, Pharma, Printing, Liquor, Seeds, Steel etc.
Now, due to upcoming DMIC ( Delhi - Mumbai Industrial Corridor) / Auric city an ambitious project of Govt. of India & Japan Govt. for the development of a “Smart Industrial City” Aurangabad will be very soon known as “Industrial Capital” of Maharashtra State.
Having a very good Educational Infrastructure, Aurangabad can provide an excellent quality of technically skilled manpower to the Industry through institutions like Govt. Engineering College and | eo. Supported by 8 private Engineering Colleges, Indo-German Tool Room (IGTR), Central Institute of SINCE 1977 Plastic Engineering & Technology (CIPET), NIELIT (Formerly DOEACC), Govt. ITI’s etc.
Aurangabad is perfect blend of Tourism & Industry. “The Tourist Capital” of Maharashtra, is home to the renowned UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Once Asia’s fastest growing city is now a thriving hub of Industrial activities like Auto Components, FMCG, Pharma, Printing, Liquor, Seeds, Steels, etc.
DMIC (Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor)/Auric City an ambitious project of Government of India & Japan for the development of a Smart Industrial City is currently underway. Once finished Aurangabad will be known as the Industrial Capital of Maharashtra.
Growth began when the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) began acquiring land and setting up industrial estates. Major Industrial areas of Aurangabad are Chikhalthana MIDC, Shendra MIDC and Waluj MIDC. Aurangabad is a now classic example of efforts of a state government towards the balanced industrialisation of the state.
The Aurangabad - Jalna belt has some of the largest seed companies in India. Mahyco (R&D + Production), Nath Seeds (R&D + Production) Seminis seeds (R&D + Production) and Monsanto (R&D currently) are some of the big names in the industry.
Among pharmaceuticals there is Recombinant Insulin Manufacturing plant of Wockhardt (Wockhardt Biotech Park) in Aurangabad, which is Largest Biopharmaceutical plant in India. Many firms, in the sectors of automotive and auto components, pharmaceuticals and breweries, consumer durables, plastic processing, aluminium processing, agriculture and biotech, have their manufacturing bases in Aurangabad.
Many renowned Indian and MNCs have established themselves in the Industrial Estates of Aurangabad Like:Garware, Ajanta Pharma, AMRI, Glenmark Pharmaceuticals, Lupin Limited, Wipro, Orchid pharma, Endurance systems, Rucha Eng, Indo German Tool Room, Ceekay Daikin Ltd, Cosmos Films, NRB bearings, Hindalco-Almex Aerospace, Can-pack India, Varroc, Dagerfrost, FrigoriFico Allana, Nath Seeds, Team Video.
The Shendra, Chikalthana and Waluj MIDC Industrial Areas are prominent industrial zones on the outskirts of the city, with various major multinational groups having set up manufacturing or processing plants in and around the city. There are five Special Economic Zones (SEZs) which have been approved by central government for this city and these are, in automotive (Bajaj Auto), in pharmaceuticals (Inspira Pharma SEZ and Wockhardt), one in aluminium (Hindalco Aluminium) and yet another is Inspira Renewable Energy SEZ. Recently Aurangabad became the third city in Maharashtra (after Pune & Nashik ) to host an auto cluster namely Marathwada Auto Cluster(MAC).Electrical goods major Siemens has set up a plant for manufacturing of train coaches including superior quality bogies for locomotives, electric multiple units and metro coaches at Shendra MIDC Aurangabad.
From very good Education Infrastructure to technically skilled professional workforce city has everything to offer.