Long Thanh high-tech industrial park (IP) is emerged as an ideal investment destination for both local and foreign investors.
Long Thanh high-tech IP is invested in by Amata Group (Thailand) – a leading developer and operator of giant projects in Thailand, as well as the well-known Amata Bien Hoa in southern Vietnam.
Leverage the track record of success, the IP project in Long Thanh was awarded an investment registration certificate in 2015, covering a total area of 410 hectares. The project aims to attract modern manufacturing industries, and is expected to create additional tech-based value while contributing to the socioeconomic development of the local communities.
|A 3D perspective view of Amata City Long Thanh |
Located in a strategic location on the Ho Chi Minh City-Long Thanh-Dau Giay motorway, and 10km away from the Long Thanh international airport mega project, Amata City Long Thanh is confident in providing extraordinary advantages for logistics and drawing huge attention from investors.
As one of few IPs with abundant land for lease in Dong Nai province currently, the project has received huge support and cooperation from the local departments of Long Thanh town and Dong Nai province during the process of working on land compensation issues and other related preparations.
|A regional map of the project's location |
Overcoming many challenges during the implementation process, Amata City Long Thanh has completed the land clearance of 247ha (about 60 per cent), been awarded the land use right certificate for 120ha for its first phase, and started the construction of infrastructure since July this year.
The total infrastructure investment in phase 1 stands at VND945 billion (around $41 million), and is divided into two phases to be completed in October 2023 and the second quarter of 2024.
The main aspects of the development will follow international standards, referencing models used by Amata Thailand and other developed countries. The core groundworks, including the preparations and reinforcement for land filling, road construction, water supply and drainage systems, dykes, and pumps, aim to create confidence among investors and generate great interest in the park.
Within only the first six months of 2023, Amata has received many inquiries from over 40 investors, including those from the US, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and China, requesting over 300ha of industrial land.
For land lease enquiries, contact:
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