Home - Sectors


Our History

Shivalik (Bharat) Group of companies is deeply rooted into the global structure of economy and go way back to 1984. Shivalik (Bharat) Group- a multi-faceted conglomerate, with interests in Healthcare, Manufacturing, Construction and IT sector has been committed to work for greater good across all its verticals. The first manufacturing unit was set up in Meerut (Uttar Pradesh) in 1984 and the establishment was functioning till 2003.

The company was uprooted from Meerut in 2003 to a new abode in Dehradun (Uttarakhand) where we reclaimed our name and global recognition as a proficient manufacturer, exporter and supplier of range of wide variety of medicines. We take pride in calling ourselves as India’s leading supplier of a wide range of medicines and serving clients all over India.

It was 2005 when we expanded our reach and stepped into another profitable sector of Government Construction by joining hands with Bhaati Constructions Ltd. - A leading company with an experience of 30 years in the government construction. With new ventures and dedication to provide exceptional services we have developed an appropriate blend of entrepreneurs and hands on professionals, constantly thinking & executing innovative and cost effective solutions to clients requirements.

With a rich experience in Infrastructural Development of over a decade, we have a celebrated clientele and are constantly rooted for innovation and unconventional solutions to our associates. With a unique blend of avant-garde ideas and fully equipped machinery and equipment we are opening up to greater avenues of growth and profitability.

ABOUT Sectors

Tamil Nadu, the land of Kanjivaram sarees, houses the country's largest spinning industry. The urbanized state has the second largest coastline in India and an excellent road and rail network. The capital of Tamil Nadu is Chennai, which is a cultural, economic and educational centre. Foreign Direct Investment has introduced the sate to innovative technologies, new markets and demands in the input. Some of the prime sectors to massively receive foreign investments