Chongqing Chayuan Industrial Park
- ID: 1946355
- June 2011
- Region: China
- 25 pages
- China Knowledge Press
Chongqing Chayuan Industrial Park (Chongqing Chayuan IP) rated “BB” by China Knowledge in a research report on China’s industrial real estate published today. The industrial park was approved and established by Chongqing’s municipal government in December 2000 as a municipal-level development park.
Situated in Nan’an District in the southeastern part of Chongqing between the first ring road and the second ring road of the city, Chongqing Chayuan IP has a convenient transportation system. It is 12 km from Chongqing Railway station, 32 km from Jiangbei International Airport and 15 km from the container terminal.
Chongqing is rich in advanced human resources. It is home to 61 colleges and universities that produced more than 130,000 graduates in 2010. There are four key national-level laboratories and five national-level engineering research centers located in the city. These institutions are able to provide a large, highly-skilled talent pool for the development of Chongqing Chayuan IP.
Chongqing Chayuan IP’s pillar industries include information technology and equipment manufacturing. Related industrial chains have also been established. Currently, there are approximately 100 enterprises in total located in the park. Representative enterprises include Chongqing Chongyou Information Technology (Group) and Chongqing Dima Industry.
According to the development plans for the two pillar industries, during the five years beginning with 2007, the information technology industry is expected to realize an annual industrial output of RMB 50 billion while the equipment manufacturing industry is expected to generate an annual industrial output of RMB 30 billion.
Industrial parks rated BB are considered attractive at a below-average level. Industrial parks with this rating are typically either in the development stage or are lacking certain important elements. There are 50 with BB rating among 254 national and municipal level industrial parks. SHOW LESS READ MORE >