Prepare infrastructure and premises for Hanoi supporting industry enterprises

VCN - Vietnam is expected to continue to be the main beneficiary of the shift in the global production supply chain, so supporting industry enterprises need more infrastructure and premises for manufacturing business.
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Prepare infrastructure and premises for Hanoi supporting industry enterprises
Many connection and cooperation activities have been organized to support industrial enterprises supporting Hanoi's development. Photo: H.D

According to the Hanoi Department of Industry and Trade, up to now, there are more than 900 supporting industry enterprises in the area, with over 320 enterprises having production systems and products that meet international standards, capable of supplying production networks of multinational corporations in Vietnam, in the region and around the world.

But experts say that domestic supporting industry products are still simple, have medium and low technology content, and have small value in the product value structure. Furthermore, supporting industry enterprises lack resources to innovate.

Besides, according to the Hanoi Supporting Industry Business Association (HANSIBA), investing, building and developing supporting industries in Hanoi city is even more difficult due to the cost of renting premises. Production, labor and some other services increased.

Therefore, businesses recognize that they need connection solutions as well as infrastructure and space support to participate in the global supply chain.

From this need, a representative of HANSIBA said that he has organized many programs to connect with businesses, associations, financial institutions, investment funds, and foreign banks coming to Vietnam to seek business investment opportunities. from countries and territories such as Europe, America, China, Korea, Japan, India, Taiwan (China)...

Recently, on the eve of the visit to Vietnam by General Secretary - President of the People's Republic of China Xi Jinping, HANSIBA and its member businesses welcomed and worked with many business delegations from China. Before that, it was connecting with Korean and Japanese businesses and investors... from there, signing many contracts and cooperation agreements with partners, associations and large corporations that wanted to cooperate. Investing in projects related to the electronics, phone, semiconductor and supporting industries in Vietnam.

In addition, supporting industry enterprises also build programs to link together and convert investments to stay ahead of the trend.

The development of infrastructure and premises serving supporting industrial production is also being invested and prepared drastically. For example, HANSIBA and N&G Group have invested and prepared land and factory infrastructure in Hanoi South Supporting Industrial Park (Hanssip) according to international standards.

Recently, TPG Group Joint Stock Company officially became a member of HANSIBA. TPG is a real estate investment and trading enterprise, but with opportunities to develop supporting industries, TPG has invested in Hoang Lau Industrial Cluster (in Vinh Phuc) with construction expected to start in January 2024. and is expected to be completed to hand over the premises to customers in the fourth quarter of 2024.

Hoang Lau industrial cluster is designed with modern technical infrastructure, fully meeting production and environmental needs... suitable for small and medium-sized supporting industrial factories, helping businesses save money. Cost saving but still ensuring modernity and ecological sustainability.

With these industrial zones and clusters, supporting industrial enterprises and investors are committed to providing support from costs to legal procedures, as well as many utilities related to the life and security of workers, infrastructure for logistics, import and export...

According to Mr. Nguyen Van, Vice President of HANSIBA, TPG becoming a member will help add addresses for businesses to link intra-bloc transactions, promote trade and investment. At the same time, the diversity of industrial parks and industrial clusters related to supporting industries also opens up opportunities for businesses in need of production infrastructure in the Northern provinces.

By Huong Diu/ Huu Tuc

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