Exploiting and promoting its inherent strengths, determined to improve the investment environment, Hung Yen is making breakthroughs in attracting FDI, affirming to be an attractive destination for investors and factory general construction contractors in Hung Yen.
Taking advantages of geographical location
Hung Yen is located in the center of the Northern Delta, belongs to the northern key economic triangle: Hanoi – Hai Phong – Quang Ninh, with an extremely convenient transportation system: national highways 5A, 5B, the roads connecting Expressway 5B with Phap Van – Ninh Binh highway and Hanoi – Hai Phong railway running through. Hung Yen is characterized by flat terrain, many advantages of natural resources such as: abundant land and water resources, large reserves of black sand along the Red River and Luoc River, etc. Taking advantage of these strengths, the province focusing on infrastructure development investment, attracting a large number of domestic and foreign investors, as well as factory general construction contractors in Hung Yen.
Currently, Hung Yen has planned 13 concentrated industrial parks with a scale of more than 3,000 hectares and 35 industrial clusters, invested in modern and methodical infrastructure. Thang Long Industrial Park II is a model industrial park of Hung Yen province with an advanced technical infrastructure system, attracting the majority of high-tech investment projects.
At the same time, the province regularly adjusts and supplements the planning for the development of industrial zones. In July 2021, the province approved the planning project of Kim Dong clean industrial park with an area of 99.9 hectares. Large and environmentally friendly industrial parks were built, creating a breakthrough in the industrial development of the province.
Improving investment environment, attracting FDI
With the view that “the success of enterprises and investors is the success of the province”, Hung Yen pays special attention to investment promotion, administrative procedure reform, creating the best conditions for investors when coming to Hung Yen, having policies to support site clearance, guidance on handling administrative procedures, etc.
With open mechanisms, always paying attention and giving incentives during project implementation, the province continues to assert itself as an attractive destination for investors and factory general construction contractors in Hung Yen.
Positive results in attracting investors and factory construction in Hung Yen
Currently, there are 19 countries and territories registered to implement factory construction investment projects in Hung Yen industrial zones.
Japan leads with 139 projects and total registered investment capital of 3,200.51 million USD, accounting for 65.76% of total investment capital. In 2018, Daikin Air Conditioning Corporation (Japan) built the largest and most modern smart factory in Vietnam on an area of 20,000 m2 in Thang Long 2 industrial park, Hung Yen.
Many other large-scale and modern FDI projects that Hung Yen has attracted, such as Toto Vietnam sanitary ware production project with registered investment capital of 281 million USD; Nestlé Vietnam factory project with a total investment of 100 million USD and 3 times continuously increasing investment capital and expanding factory construction in Hung Yen from 2017 to present;…
MIE Vietnam factory with 100% Japanese capital, belongs to the supporting industry for automobile and motorbike production, DELCO is the Design – Build factory general construction contractor in Hung Yen.
With many years of experience as a factory general construction contractor in Hung Yen, DELCO has performed many factory projects in various fields: Pham Nguyen Confectionery and Food Processing Factory (Vietnam), DORCO Vina packaging printing factory (Korea), MIE Vietnam factory in supporting industry (Japan), etc. With optimal construction solutions, cost savings and production efficiency assurance, DELCO has been and is a reliable partner, receiving high appreciation from domestic and foreign investors.
Source: Website of Hung Yen province