Pull Chinese Investors, KIJA Introduce Industrial Estate

By : Ahmad Fadli, Aldo Bella Putra | Thursday, July 20 2017 - 10:06 IWST

Jababeka Industrial Estate (KIJA)
Jababeka Industrial Estate (KIJA)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Cikarang, PT.Jababeka Tbk held CIBEK (China-Jababeka) Exibition event held at Padang Golf cikarang, Bekasi, West Java, Friday (9/12). This event is the introduction of jababeka industrial area to investors from china who will invest in the area.

Jababeka Industrial Estate (KIJA) is a very strategic area for industry players. In the largest industrial area in west java is in addition to an industrial site also has been supported by various facilities including Plaza Indonesia, Hunian, Senior Living, Health Facilities, Golf, University, Jababeka Convention Center, Stadium, CI Dry Port, Bekasi Power & Cikarang Listrindo And Water treatment.

In addition to introducing many of the facilities available in the area, Jababeka also introduced transportation access such as MRT, LRT, and Fast Train which is currently in the process of work.

At the event, investors from Shanghai-China also presented their products to representatives from Jababeka. Representatives of investors from China who attended, among others, Tomstar Industrial Limited, Shenzhne Tronicsky Electronics.co.ltd, Emdoor Group, Shangfang Website, Zoomy International and Antimobi.

Also attending the event were Managing Director of PT.Jababeka Tbk, Lim Seng Bin and Suteja Sidarta Darmono, President Director of Graha Buana Cikarang.

KIJA is a pioneer developer of integrated industrial estate in cikarang and the most complete in Indonesia with a land area of ​​5600 Ha with more than 1650 companies from 30 countries and inhabited by more than 700,000 people. Of the total 5600 ha, 1,500 ha of them are residential, commercial, golf, medical city, botanical garden and other facilities.

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