Covering around 1,425 hectares, Becamex VSIP Binh Dinh Township and Industrial Park is beginning to take shape in Canh Vinh commune of Van Canh district, Binh Dinh province.
Highly appreciated by Binh Dinh People’s Committee and Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh, the project is expected to transform Binh Dinh into one of the most economically developed provinces in the central region.
Becamex IDC and VSIP jointly develop Becamex VSIP Binh Dinh in Nhon Hoi Economic Zone’s Block 07, which encompasses a 1,000ha industrial park (IP) and more than 425ha of residential, commercial, and resettlement area.
With the planning task performed by a team of highly skilled engineers and architects striving to create a green, clean, beautiful, and sustainable space, the IP will feature a modern and seamless infrastructure platform consisting of internal and external roads, power system, water supply and drainage, telecommunications, wastewater treatment, a green park, and a square.
The site will be home to multi-disciplinary industries closely attached to a full suite of service facilities like healthcare and education units, trade centres, hotels, restaurants, shopping centres, entertainment venues, community sports grounds, and social housing. Each subzone will be rationally arranged to meet the highest requirements of hundreds of thousands of local residents and investors, helping them to save costs while optimising investment efficiency.
Nguyen Van Hung, chairman of Becamex IDC, said that Binh Dinh is strategically located in the centre of the North-South railway and road. The province is the nearest gateway to the East Sea of the Central Highlands, southern Laos, northeast of Cambodia, and Thailand through the National Highway No.19 and Quy Nhon Seaport.
“We hope that Becamex VSIP Binh Dinh will play a key role in attracting investment and creating a breakthrough in industrial and service development of Binh Dinh in the new era,” he said.