Indore

GPS: 38.353, -81.147
ELEVATION: 919 Feet

Indore is a scenic hillside community in Clay County that rests along Sycamore Creek and State Highway 16. Residents enjoy a peaceful rural lifestyle. The area is served by a Post Office and convenience businesses.

Gould’s Electric has called Indore its headquarters since 1976. It is known for supporting community organizations and events. goulds_logo

The company builds and repairs heavy duty electric motors for the coal mining industry worldwide and employs about 40 people. “We have a special bond with our workers,” said J. C. Gould, CFO. “Workforce is the number one asset for a business working in rural West Virginia.”

Jerry Gould, President and CEO, started and built Gould’s Electric from the ground up. “Indore is a good location to serve the coal mining industry,” he explained. “We are within an hour’s drive from many major mining areas in West Virginia. In addition, Clay County officials are generally supportive of business growth.”

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 A country home in Indore, West Virginia.

A country home in Indore, West Virginia.

 The Indore Post Office serves a large rural area.

The Indore Post Office serves a large rural area.

 Gould's Electric Headquarters in Indore, WV.

Gould’s Electric Headquarters in Indore, WV.