Sembcorp Industrial Parks owns, develops, markets and manages landmark industrial parks in China, Indonesia and Vietnam. It is recognized as one of the leading integrated industrial space providers in Southeast Asia, given its ability to attract a pool of global customers due to its industrial park management and investment promotion expertise. Sembcorp has evolved beyond traditional industrial parks through its launch of integrated industrial townships with improved urban planning and facilities. Its integrated solutions approach brings together industrial, residential and commercial zones within one location. These sites are fully self- sufficient with centralised utilities supply, environmental management services and a myriad of other management services, providing a one-stop approach for hassle-free solutions.
Sembcorp’s Industrial Park investments in China include the Wuxi-Singapore Industrial Park and the China-Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park. It signed a master agreement for the Guangxi- Singapore Industrial Park last year.
Sembcorp Industrial Parks is a fully owned subsidiary of Sembcorp Industries (SCI), a leading utilities and marine group. The Group provides centralised utilities & energy to industrial customers in Singapore, the United Kingdom, Asia and the Middle East. It is a global leader in marine & offshore engineering and also a provider of industrial park & environmental management services in the region.
SCI has total assets of over S$8 billion and employs more than 7,000 employees worldwide. Listed on the main board of the Singapore Exchange, SCI is a component stock of the Straits Times Index and several MSCI indices.
About Surbana Land Pte Ltd: Surbana Land Pte Ltd (Surbana) creates world leading townships that are vibrant environments for communities to thrive in. We implement this through customised creative solutions that result in fully integrated plans and developments that always aim to achieve the best for our home buyers, our business partners and ourselves.
The company was pivotal to high-density living spaces. towns, housing more than 80
Singapore’s development, housing a land-scarce nation in Today, Singapore’s residential landscape comprises 26 per cent of the country’s population.