Coimbatore – Tamil Nadu

Logistics park which has been recognized as a case study on Construction & build quality.

Appanaickenpatti Village

Plot Size

27 acres

Built Up Area

6.5 lac sq.ft.



Phase Wise Area:​

• Phase I -​ 4 lac sq. ft.
• Phase II -​ 2.5 lac sq. ft.

Facility Address:​

TVS Industrial & Logistics Parks Pvt Ltd
No:381/2B.381/3A1, Chidanaickenpalayam,
Appanaickenpatti Village,
(Palladam Road) Sulur Taluk,
Coimbatore District – 641 016

Distance from:​

• City center – 25 km
• Airport – 23 km
• Railway station – 24 km
• SIDCO, Kurichi – 23 km
• SIDCO, Malumachampatti – 16 km
• Tiruppur – 35 km
• Palakkad – 60 km
• Erode – 95 km


Status: Operational

Plinth Height: 1.2 m.

Eaves Height: 12m

Flooring: > 5 T/sq.m

 Fire Hydrant system: Yes

Beam/smoke detectors: Yes

About the Property

A major hub for manufacturing, education and healthcare in Tamil Nadu, Coimbatore is among the fastest growing tier-II cities in India. It houses more than 25,000 small, medium and large industries with the primary industries being engineering and textiles. Coimbatore is called the “Manchester of South India” due to its extensive textile industry, fed by the surrounding cotton fields. TIDEL Park Coimbatore in ELCOT SEZ was the first special economic zone (SEZ) set up in 2006. In 2010, Coimbatore ranked 15th in the list of most competitive (by business environment) Indian cities. Coimbatore also has a 160,000 square feet (15,000 m2) trade fair ground, built in 1999 and is owned by CODISSIA.

Coimbatore is a major centre for the manufacture of automotive components in India with car manufacturers Maruti Udyog and Tata Motors sourcing up to 30%, of their automotive components from the city. G.D. Naidu developed India’s first indigenous motor in 1937. India’s first indigenously developed diesel engine for cars was manufactured in the city in 1972. The city is also a major centre for small auto component makers catering to the automobile industry, from personal to commercial and farm vehicles. The city contributes to about 75% of the 1 lakh total monthly output of wet grinders in India. The industry employs 70,000 people and had a yearly turnover of ₹2,800 crore (US$390 million) in 2015. The term “Coimbatore Wet Grinder” has been given a Geographical indication.

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