Gilimex Industrial Park in Thua Thien - Hue Province was built with the orientation of being a green, clean general industrial park with advanced technology, high-tech industry, modern light industry in accordance with international standards, environmentally friendly...
The People's Committee of Thua Thien - Hue province and Gilimex Industrial Park Joint Stock Company have just held the Groundbreaking Ceremony of Gilimex Industrial Park.
This is an investment project for construction and infrastructure business on an area of 460.85 hectares, which has been decided by the Prime Minister on investment policy in Decision No. 319/QD-TTg dated March 10, 2021 and was decided by the People's Committee of Thua Thien Hue province to establish the Industrial Park in Decision No. 2882/QD-UBND dated November 9, 2021. The project has a total investment of more than 2,600 billion VND.
Speaking at the groundbreaking ceremony, Mr. Nguyen Van Phuong, Chairman of the People's Committee of Thua Thien - Hue province, said that Gilimex Industrial Park has geo-economic advantages in attracting investment in socio-economic development of the province due to geographically located at the southern gateway of the province, with a convenient traffic system, adjacent to Phu Bai International Airport, National Highway 1A and provincial road 15, conveniently connected to the Cam Lo - La Son, convenient for international and inter-regional trade along the North - South and East - West axis of the Central region..; Being oriented to be a green, clean general industrial park with advanced technology, high-tech industry, modern light industry in accordance with international standards and friendly to the environment; attract clean industries.
The Gilimex Industrial Park project in Phu Bai Industrial Park, when completed, will create a driving force for the development of the southern industrial region of Thua Thien - Hue province, contributing to promoting the province's socio-economic development in the coming period and solve local job needs (expected to attract from 20,000 to 30,000 laborers to work).
Chairman of Thua Thien - Hue Provincial People's Committee also suggested that the Investor and contractors focus their resources, closely coordinate with local authorities, organize construction, ensure progress, quality and safety, landscape, construction environment, area and community affected by the Project; develop programs to attract investment, give priority to large domestic and foreign investors, have modern and environmentally friendly technologies.
It is known that Gilimex Industrial Park is divided into 2 subdivisions: A and B. Up to now, subdivision A has leveled 50% and completed the technical infrastructure 10%, expected to complete and hand over the surface equal to secondary investors in the fourth quarter of 2022. After completing subdivision A, Gilimex Industrial Park Joint Stock Company will immediately conduct ground leveling and investment in technical infrastructure of subdivision B.
At the groundbreaking ceremony, the leader of Gilimex Industrial Park Joint Stock Company said that Gilimex Industrial Park aims to attract investors with the main industries: manufacturing electrical and electronic products; computers and optical products; manufacture of spare parts and auxiliary parts for automobiles, vehicles and transport equipment; production of paper and paper products, rubber and plastic products; production and processing of food and beverages; manufacture of leather and related products; manufacture of medical, dental, orthopedic and rehabilitation equipment and instruments; manufacture of other non-metallic mineral products.
In Thua Thien - Hue province, there are 06 industrial parks with an area of 2,400 hectares; in which, Phu Bai Industrial Park covers an area of 744 hectares. Currently, Phu Bai Industrial Park Phase 1, 2 has invested in completing infrastructure, attracting secondary investors with an occupancy rate of 96%, creating jobs for more than 20,000 workers, paying the state budget. the state annually over 2,500 billion dong, accounting for nearly a quarter of the province's budget.