Vietlog Industrial (VLI), an affiliate of Hong Kong-based investment management company Skymont Capital, on August 16 announced the groundbreaking of its newest project – VLI Hung Yen.
Strategically located on a 4.17ha land plot in Minh Quang Industrial Park, My Hao commune, Hung Yen province, the project is easily accessible to the National Highway No.5A, Haiphong Port, and Noi Bai International Airport, facilitating the import and export of goods.
This location is also close to successful industrial parks in Pho Noi and Yen My districts, Hung Yen.
Upon completion by the first quarter of 2023, VLI Hung Yen will feature 29,000 square metres of Grade A warehouses with modern standards.
At the groundbreaking ceremony, Alex Lin, co-founder of Skymont Capital said, “VLI Hung Yen marks a new milestone for us in the Vietnamese industrial warehouse market, representing our commitment to our investors, partners, customers, and local authorities in developing world-class industrial warehouses in Vietnam.”
|The future VLI Hung Yen |
This company has also officially appointed CBRE Vietnam to become the exclusive marketing and leasing consultant of the project.
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