Industrial ecosystem formation trend

Trường Lăng

June 9, 2022


Industrial ecosystem formation trend

Trường Lăng

June 9, 2022

Besides leasing land and factories, the industrial real estate is now being intensively invested, including services, urban areas and the green and sustainable industrial ecosystem tends to be formed.

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Industrial parks are increasingly focusing on green factors and sustainable development.

New look of industrial parks

Although it is initially considered as an industrial park for land rent with a scale of 500 hectares, during the developing process, VSIP I industrial park is invested by VSIP Joint Venture Company – a joint venture between Becamex IDC and Sembcorp Industries as the investor, considered as one of Vietnam’s model industrial parks thanks to the management system and technical infrastructure meeting international standards. After 25 years of operation, this industrial park has been 100% covered with a total investment capital of about USD 3.2 billion from 231 projects.

VSIP II industrial park began to develop in 2006, its scale has expanded to more than 2,000 hectares and the investor has oriented the development plan to become an industrial – urban – service zone from the beginning. Currently, VSIP II has completed the infrastructure construction, occupied about 99% of the industrial park area, attracting nearly 340 industrial projects with a total investment of about USD 5 billion.

A remarkable point in VSIP’s industrial park construction is that when a new project is introduced to the market, the investor always finds a way to “innovate” so that the following projects are always better than the previous one. In March 2022, VSIP Company continued to start the construction of VSIP III Industrial Park in Binh Duong with a scale of 1,000 hectares, total investment capital of VND 6,407 billion.

Investors are increasingly targeting to the development of green and clean industrial parks. In which, focusing on investment in wastewater treatment systems, planting more trees, attracting clean production enterprises.

VSIP III marks a new milestone for this investor, as the project implements a strategic transformation by more sustainable development with a design to integrate smart technology in activities at the industry park, from the use of energy, water and waste, to traffic and security management.

In addition to VSIP always looks for new ways to refresh their projects, many industrial developers also start the race to form a new industrial lifestyle. In which, industry will continue to be the “heart”, while the city and services completed as a satellite city, clean energy, renewable energy will be prior used, the circular economy will be focused to ensure sustainable development.

After the success of Amata Industrial Park (Bien Hoa, Dong Nai) invested by Amata Group, with an area of ​​513.01 hectares, the occupancy rate is more than 90%, with the investment attracting industries that require pro-environment, non-polluting, less labor intensive, at the end of 2018, this enterprise also started the construction of Song Khoai Industrial Park in Quang Yen town (Quang Ninh), with a total investment of 3,535 billion Vietnamese dong, covering 123 hectares.

This industrial real estate investor from Thailand also continues to “innovate” for the next project when investing in Long Thanh Hi-tech Industrial Park project (Dong Nai), an area of ​​​​410 hectares.

This is the first hi-tech industrial park project of Dong Nai province. It is expected to attract many foreign direct investment enterprises in the hi-tech field to the rental land and build the factories when it is completed.

Focusing on the green and sustainable factors

Said experts, industrial real estate has undergone four “molting” times. Starting from the traditional centralized industrial park model with only factories, to the industrial – urban, industrial – urban – service model and now the targeted model is a green and sustainable industrial ecosystem.

Regardless of any goal, the issues of occupational safety, environmental friendliness, and social security are still at the core. This is also one of the criteria that the “eagles” choose to build their “nest”.

For example, Lego Group – an investor from Denmark chose VSIP III because this place could meet their green requirements. The enterprise is trying to help the project sustainable by using renewable energy such as roof solar energy and solar energy field to secure the carbon emission neutral factory, said Mr. Preben Elnef, Vice President of Lego Group.

The investor of VSIP III industrial park also confirmed that there will be a 50-hectare solar farm in this industrial park to supply electricity to customers like Lego. VSIP III marks a big change in sustainable development strategy and will become a green working environment in Vietnam, said Mr. Kelvin Teo, co-president of VSIP Group.

Said Mr. Kelvin Teo, before the impacts of climate change, the environment is heavily polluted, natural resources are gradually being exhausted, the wave of green consumption is gradually popularized. Green production becomes an inevitable trend and is considered a link in the green growth strategy.

Together with VSIP, Gaw NP Capital Company has just signed a Memorandum of Understanding with United Overseas Bank Vietnam on a financial support agreement for GNP Yen Binh 2 Project (Thai Nguyen) and GNP Nam Dinh Vu Project (Hai Phong) to develop green, high-tech and innovative industrial parks in Vietnam.

This investment fund also signed a memorandum of understanding with REE Group to promote clean energy development through its commitment to install solar panels covering on 90 hectares of roof area of ​​GNP’s projects in Vietnam.

Mr. Phan Tan Dat, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Binh Duong Minerals and Construction Joint Stock Company also said that his enterprise is expanding Dat Cuoc Industrial Park (Binh Duong) from 212 hectares to 348 hectares and will gradually build an industrial – urban – service park.

The development trend is that industrial park that requires houses and surrounding utilities to be able to meet the demand of houses and utilities, as well as attract workers and experts to work, Said Mr. Dat.

Source : Baodautu

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