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Four Day Bangalore Industrial Tour Itinerary

Day 1, Arrive at Bangalore, transfer to accommodation , freshen up , have breakfast depart for Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum (VITM), It houses various scientific experiments and engines, it has 7 permanent exhibition galleries titled Engine Hall, Electrotechnic, Space Emerging Technology in the Service of Mankind, Biotechnological Revolution, BEL Hall of Electronics etc , after visiting VITM , visit Hindustan Aeronautical Limited’s ,  Heritage Centre & Aerospace Museum, it exhibits , Aero engines ,Aircrafts,  ATC Radar,  Meteorological Radar, PSLV etc. followed by dinner , night stay at the hotel.

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Day 2, After Breakfast Bangalore Industrial visit , Bangalore contributes over 43.65% to the economy of the State Karnataka . Bangalore houses many small and medium scale industries in its Peenya industrial area that claimed to be one of the biggest in Asia 30-years ago; after industrial visit , be back at hotel , . followed by dinner , night stay at the hotel.

Bangalore Industrial Visit

Day 3, after Breakfast depart to Mysore , reach mysore by early noon visit Mysore Maharaja Palace. Said to be one of the largest palaces in India, it is the official residence of Wadiyars, the royal family of Mysore. After that depart to Brindavan Gardens, you can adore fountain show with music, enjoy boating and view well-manicured grass. Followed by journey back to Bangalore , dinner and night stay at the hotel. call us for Bangalore Industrial visit

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Day 4, On the last day of your trip, get ready after breakfast and pack your bags for it’s time to say goodbye to the city. Drop at railway station , board train to your station .

Note : This is Just a Proposed itinerary and might change as per various reason like arrival and departure timing, Bangalore industrial visit dates and timings etc

Industries in Bangalore

Bengaluru's economy provides approximately 43.65% to the state's GDP, accounting for 98 percent of the state's software exports.

The expansion of Information Technology (IT) in India has been fueled by the establishment and success of high-tech companies in Bangalore. Bengaluru's IT enterprises employ around 1.5 million people in the IT and IT-enabled services sectors, out of a total workforce of nearly 4.36 million in India, and the city has the biggest IT-related exports in the country. Bangalore contributed US$ 45 billion in 2014, accounting for 38% of India's total IT exports. Write to us for Bangalore Industrial visit.

The city's estimated metro GDP is over US$110 billion, and it is recognised as India's fourth most productive metro area.

Infosys, Wipro Technologies, and Mindtree were among the first startups to launch in the city in the 1990s, while Tejas Networks was one of the smaller ones. Flipkart, which began in Bangalore, bought numerous other Bangalore-based e-commerce startups, including Myntra, before being acquired by Walmart in 2018 for close to $20 billion. Swiggy, Ola Cabs, InMobi, Quickr, and more unicorns have their roots in Bangalore.

Information and Communication Technology

Bangalore is first and foremost known for its IT sector. It is home to a number of IT firms. Many IT businesses are located here, including Infosys, Mphasis, Wipro, Tata Consultancy Services, Nasdaq, Facebook, Google, Contrapine, and Microsoft, among others. Bangalore is home to the headquarters of India's two largest IT businesses, Infosys and Wipro. Another big area with a slew of IT firms.

Aviation and aerospace- Industrial visit in Bangalore

The Sukhoi-30MKI is a dual-role fighter built for the Indian Air Force by Bangalore-based Hindustan Aeronautics Limited under licence from Sukhoi.

Bangalore is also known as India's aviation monopoly capital. It is responsible for more than 65 percent of India's aerospace industry. Boeing, Airbus, Goodrich, Dynamatics, Honeywell, GE Aviation, UTL, and other global aerospace companies have R&D and engineering centres here. Call us for Industrial visit in bangalore

Bangalore was known as the headquarters of some of India's largest public sector heavy industries before being dubbed the Silicon Valley of India. The Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) headquarters are in Bangalore, and it is responsible for the Indian Air Force's indigenous fighter aircraft research and development. It is one of the largest companies in the public sector company in Bangalore, with over 9,500 people.

Biotechnology

Biocon is one of India's largest biotechnology businesses, with headquarters in Bangalore.

 

In the city, biotechnology is a rapidly growing field. At least 97 of India's approximately 240 biotechnology companies are based in Bangalore. Karnataka's comprehensive biotechnology policy, as defined by the Karnataka Vision Group on Biotechnology, has sparked interest in Bangalore as a foundation for biotechnology enterprises. Karnataka received the most venture capital funding for biotechnology in the country ($8 million) in 2003–2004. Biocon, based in Bangalore, is the country's top biotechnology business, with revenues ranking 16th in the world.

Manufacturing

 

Bharat Electronics Limited, Bharat Major Electricals Limited (BHEL), Indian Telephone Businesses (ITI), Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML), HMT (previously Hindustan Machine Tools), Hindustan Motors (HM), Manjushree Technopack, and ABB Group are among the other heavy industries in Bangalore.

 

Bangalore is also gaining popularity as a hub for the automobile sector. Bangalore is home to a Volvo manufacturing facility.

 

Bangalore's Peenya industrial region, which was formerly touted as one of Asia's largest, now contains a slew of small and medium-sized businesses, including Apple's India manufacturing factory, which is the sole active plant outside of China.

Other sectors

Food: Food: Since the early 1990s, the city has been influenced by many forms of business endeavours. Several restaurateurs in the city are recognised for pioneering fast-service concepts known as Darshini eateries, which provided hot breakfast and beverages. In 2007, Orkla Foods, a Norwegian food firm, paid $60 million for MTR Foods, a conventional ready-to-eat consumer goods brand. ID foods is a recent $100 million business that is quickly gaining traction in retail. Swiggy is a food delivery service that is available on demand. Unicorn is well-known, as is Zomato, a restaurant review, listing, and food delivery service that began in Bangalore. FreshMenu is a cloud kitchen firm that solely distributes via smartphone applications and other on-demand food apps, making it a near-unicorn. Cafe Coffee Day is a registered business.

Cafe Coffee Day, a publicly traded company, operates coffee shops in Prague, Bratislava, Riga, and Warsaw. Chai Point is a tea shop business that started in Bangalore in 2010.

Real estate: Several Venture Capital-backed businesses in India are challenging the rental market, including housing.com, nestaway, and commonfloor.com (bought by Unicorn, Quikr). Prestige Group, Brigade Enterprises, Total Environment, and Sobha Developers are just a few of the city's listed real estate companies.

Aerospace: Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), India's largest indigenous OEM, had its headquarters in India. To meet the OEM demand, a number of smaller tier 1 and tier 2 suppliers set up shop in the city. The National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL) is a Bangalore-based organisation dedicated to the advancement of civil aviation technologies. Bangalore was also home to Kingfisher Airlines, a now-defunct full-service airline that acquired another airline startup, Air Deccan, a discount airline.

Space: The city is home to the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), one of the world's leading national space agencies. ISRO is known around the world for its ability to launch low-cost satellites using its own launch vehicles, the PSLV and GSLVs. ISRO has the global record for successfully launching 104 satellites into orbit in a single launch. ISRO also launched the Mars Orbital Mission, which was the most affordable interplanetary orbital mission ever. Startups have attempted to launch lunar rovers and are currently analysing satellite photos for agricultural and climate applications.

Transportation: Reva, India's first electric car brand, was acquired by Mahindra & Mahindra, a prominent local automobile firm, in Bangalore. The city is home to a number of automotive-related startups and marketplaces. Ola Cabs, a Unicorn, an on-demand taxi service, was founded in the city and bought its early competitor and peer, taxiforsure. Bounce is an on-demand motorcycle company based in the city. Zoomcar is a city-based on-demand intercity car transportation startup. The Naspers Group purchased RedBus, an intercity bus aggregator.

Grocery: On-demand grocery startups BigBasket.com, Zopnow.com, and Zopper.com compete with Amazon's Prime Now offering. FoodWorld supermarkets, which opened in 1996, and numerous more local brands are examples of offline, formal retail format grocers that originated in the city.

Retail: Urban Ladder is a major omnichannel furniture shop developed by city-based entrepreneurs. Lifestyle began as a brand in Bangalore in 1999 and is now part of the Dubai-based Landmark company. The Tata Group owns Tanishq, which is a jewellery retail shop brand. Printo is a stationery and printing services retail chain.

Fintechs: The city is home to a number of fintechs. Several bitcoin exchanges, as well as the pioneering low-cost brokerage service Zerodha. Pine Labs is a new unicorn that specialises in point-of-sale solutions. Capillary Technologies is a loyalty and analytics platform built on top of point-of-sale (POS) systems. Amazon has purchased QwikCilver, a Bangalore-based gifting and reward platform.

Beverages, Beer and Spirits: Craft brewers abound in the city, with Toit, Arbor Brewing Company, and others among the most well-known. Kingfisher is a Bangalore-based beer company that is one of the world's largest. Amrut is India's first single malt whisky brand, and it is distributed all over the world. In 2010, it was ranked as the world's third best whisky. Bangalore is the headquarters of the United Breweries Group. It gives birth to Kingfishers (beer).

Throughout the year, Bengaluru has a pleasant climate. The city is known as 'Garden City' because of its expansive gardens, parks, tree-lined roads, a plethora of flowering plants, lakes, and parks. Bengaluru is dubbed the "Silicon Valley of India" since it is one of the top ten global IT hotspots. Many stunning historical monuments provide witness to the country's rich culture and history. Write to us for Industrial tour in Bangalore.
Bengaluru is also a well-known centre for science, industry, and education. Traditional dance and music, as well as multiplexes, bars, bowling alleys, golf courses, and high-tech amusement parks, are among the city's cultural and recreational offerings. Bengaluru has long distinguished out for its precious silks and sandalwood rubbing shoulders with the top global brands in glitzy, world-class malls. Call us for Industrial visit in Bangalore
Bengaluru has always lived up to its moniker of "Shopper's Paradise." It's no wonder that Bengaluru was named "The Most Dynamic City" in the world in 2017. (as per the City Momentum Index by Jones Lang LaSalle).
Bengaluru, formerly a quiet British cantonment colony, has grown well beyond the mud fort and four towers built by Kempegowda, the city's founder. Karnataka's capital city has become one among India's fastest-growing towns, thanks to a thriving economy, flamboyant lifestyles, and the country's largest expatriate population.


What is the best way to get to Bangalore?


Bangalore transportation is very well by field of communication; airway, railway and roadway. Bangalore has direct flights to all of India's major cities, including Delhi, Madras, Chennai, Pune, Bombay, and Calcutta. Bangalore Railway Network is located in India's South Western Railway Zone. Both domestic and international flights use Bangalore International Airport.


Railway travel is an option.


Bengaluru has two major railway stations: Bengaluru City Railway Station and Yeswantpur Junction. Bengaluru City Railway Station is located in the centre of the city and serves all trains (both local and long-distance) that arrive and depart from the city. Yeswantpur Junction is located on NH-4 and only runs long-distance trains. Aside from it, there are two more railway terminals in the area. Industrial Visit Bangalore


Travel by Road


Several state highways and national highways connect the Bangalore roadway network. The Tumkur Road connects Bangalore's western region to the National Highway 4. Bellary Road and Hosur Road, respectively, connect the north and south of Bangalore to NH - 7. The city of Coimbatore is directly connected via Ring Road. Ballapur Road connects Yelahanka Town, Dasarakalli, and other significant Bangalore areas. Call us for Bangalore industrial visit.


Air travel is available.


Bengaluru International Airport is the city's main airport, located in Devanahalli, about 41 kilometres from the city centre and 31 kilometres from the City Railway Station. On the 24th of May, 2008, this airport opened to the public. It is one of India's busiest airports, with flights to 51 destinations throughout the world, including Indian cities. There are 10 domestic airlines and 21 international carriers that fly out of this airport.

In a week, the airport has roughly 421 planes landing and taking off, with about 50 of these being international. Bangalore airport handled over 3 million passengers last year. Major Indian cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Pune, and others have direct flights to Bangalore.

Best Time to visit Bangalore

 

Best Season in Bangalore

 

Bangalore is best visited in the winter months, from October to February, when the temperature is cool and pleasant. Bangalore, which is located in the southern portion of India, has a temperate climate with pleasant summers and winters. Due to the tropical Savanna climate, neither the summers nor the winters in Bangalore are excessively hot or too cold, making it a location that can be visited at any time of year. Winter weather, on the other hand, appears to be ideal for sightseeing, outdoor activities, and street-hopping, thanks to a reduction in mercury levels. Industrial visit Bangalore

Bangalore's Summer Season

The months of March to May are considered summer in Bangalore. Summers in Bangalore are tolerable thanks to the temperate climate. In March and April, the weather in Bangalore is pleasant, with typical temperatures ranging from 20 to 35 degrees Celsius. Even in the height of summer, in May, the weather in Bangalore is pleasant, with maximum temperatures hovering about 33 degrees Celsius. write to us for Bangalore Industrial visit

Bangalore's Monsoon Season

Because the rainy season begins at the end of May, the weather in Bangalore in June brings at least seven days of rain. Bangalore city has a dip in temperature but a rise in humidity due to heavy showers from June to September.

Rainfall is heaviest in August and September, which is not the best season to visit this city because it impedes sightseeing and outdoor activities.

Bangalore's Winter Season

Bangalore's winter season lasts from October to February. It is also the greatest time to visit Bangalore because the temperature is cooler, making the weather more pleasant and making sightseeing even more fun. In December and November, the temperature in Bangalore varies between 27 and 16 degrees Celsius.

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Silicon Valley of India

Bangalore is known as the Garden City and was dubbed the “Pensioner’s Paradise” in the past. Bangalore is India’s third most populous city, located on the Deccan Plateau in Karnataka’s south-eastern region. Because of the expanding presence of Multi-National Corporations, the city now has a large number of expats from all over the world.

Bangalore, India’s largest city and fastest-growing metropolis, is home to many of the country’s most prestigious colleges and research institutions. The city is home to a slew of government-owned heavy industries, software firms, aerospace, telecommunications, and defense corporations.

Bangalore appears to be an Anglicization of the native name “Bengaluru” – a Kannada adaptation of the previous name: Benda Kaalu Uru (The Town of Boiled Beans). King Vira Ballala is said to have given the city its relatively lowly name. He was once lost in the area and was handed boiling beans by an elderly woman, and he named the location after this modest gesture of thanks.
Bangalore was long regarded as India’s greenest, most liberal, and forward-thinking metropolis. Bangalore has risen to the forefront of India’s high-tech industry boom in recent years, and it now ranks as the country’s most developed metropolis and one of the world’s fastest-growing urban areas.

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Bengaluru is known as the ‘Silicon Valley of India,’ but did you know it is also known as the ‘Garden City of India?’ Yes, the city has a greener aspect that both people and visitors enjoy. Bengaluru is flanked with parks and gardens, which provide for a lovely place to relax in the midst of nature and get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. While some are great for taking in the natural splendour, others also provide possibilities for sightseeing and exercise.Bangalore was long regarded as India’s greenest, most liberal, and forward-thinking metropolis. Bangalore has risen to the forefront of India’s high-tech industry boom in recent years, and it now ranks as the country’s most developed metropolis and one of the world’s fastest-growing urban areas.

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Bangalore has many manufacturing units , The federal government manages aircraft, railway coaches, and machine tool installations in the city, and the state owns businesses that produce electrical and telephone equipment, porcelain, and soap.
Pharmaceuticals, textiles (silk), radio parts, glassware, leather and footwear, agricultural equipment, paper, and timepieces are all made by privately owned companies.
Bengaluru also produces sandalwood items and agarbattis (incense sticks). 

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