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Industrial land for lease in Quang Ngai

Binh Son, Quang Ngai Province

  • iconTotal area:319 ha

  • iconVacant area:150 ha

  • icon Price:$45 /m²

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Industrial land for lease in Quang Ngai

Binh Son, Quang Ngai Province

  • iconTotal area:319 ha

  • iconVacant area:150 ha

  • iconPrice:$45 /m²

Key features

  • Power Supply

  • Water Supply

  • Waste Treatment

  • Telecommunications

  • Internal Roads

  • Dormitories

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Summary

A multi-sector and multi-field industrial park with a focus on developing heavy industry complexes and large-scale projects in association with the exploitation and development of Dung Quat deep-water seaport, Chu Lai airport, forming and developing industrial urban centers (Van Tuong, Doc Soi, Sa Ky ...); light industrial zones associated with Quang Ngai city.

The total scale of Dung Quat Industrial Park stays in Binh Son district, Quang Ngai Province - the midpoint of Vietnam and belongs to Dung Quat Economic Zone. Project’s area has the most convenient transportation in Dung Quat economic zone.

Accessibility

  • features

    Quang Ngai Center

    33 Km

  • features

    Chu Lai Airport

    7.5 Km

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    Dung Quat Port

    12 Km

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    Highway 1A

    04 Km

Commercial

  • Lease price:

    US$45/m2

  • Deposit:

    10%

  • Management fee:

    $0.4/m2

  • Water supply fee:

    $0.45/m3

  • Waste-water fee:

    $0.65/m3

  • Electricity fee:

    $0.05/kWh

Technical

  • Water supply capacity:

    Capacity of 25,000 m3/ day

  • Wastewater treatment capacity:

    Volume of waste - water in the Industrial Park - 51,000 m3

  • Electricity capacity:

    The power supply is taken from the national grid (500kV).