Shanghai Xijiao Industrial Zone

    Rating     BBB
    Year of Establishment     1992
    Land Area     16.72 km2
    Location     Minhang/Qingpu District, Shanghai
    GDP     N.A
    FDI     N.A
    Utilized FDI     N.A
    Major Investors     Hyundai, Kuroda Electronic, Beierdorf, Taifeng Suitcase, Greenmat, Jahwa, Itochu
    Major Industies Encouraged     Electronics, motor and auto parts, machinery
Source: Shanghai Qingpu District Government

Shanghai Xijiao Industrial Zone (Shanghai Xijiao IZ) was established in 1992. It consists of three parts: Shanghai Xujing Green Industrial Park in Qingpu District, Shanghai Huaxin Green Industrial Zone in Qingpu District and Shanghai Minbei Industrial Zone in Minhang District. In 2006, Shanghai Xijiao IZ was approved as a municipal-level development zone by the Shanghai municipal government. It covers an area of 16.72 sq km.

The zone, situated in the western part of Shanghai, is only 6 km from Shanghai Hongqiao Airport. Shanghai Pudong International Airport, which was the busiest airport in China by cargo traffic in 2013, is within a 30-minute drive. The zone is merely 45 km from Shanghai Port, which was the largest port in China by container traffic in 2013. The zone is close to State Highway 318 and the Shanghai-Hangzhou Railway.

Investment Climate
Shanghai Xijiao IZ mainly encourages investment in electronics, motor and auto parts manufacturing and machinery. In 2013, the gross industrial output reached RMB 18.24 billion, down 6.1% year on year.

The zone is home to many firms, including Shanghai Jahwa Pharmaceuticals Science Co Ltd, a research arm under Shanghai Jahwa. Shanghai Jahwa, a leading cosmetics producer in China, reported a net profit of RMB 800 million in 2013.

The zone has also attracted large foreign companies. Major foreign investors include Hyundai from South Korea, Beierdorf from Germany, Taifeng Suitcase from Singapore, Cheng Ming Ming from Hong Kong and Kuroda Electronic from Japan.

Investment Cost
Winning Edge and Limitation
Winning Edge
  • Lying close to Shanghai Hongqiao Airport and Shanghai Port, the zone enjoys convenient transportation.
  • The zone can draw from Shanghai’s large talent pool.

  • Land, labor and operating costs in the zone are high compared with zones in central and western regions.
  • The zone faces competition from other development zones in Shanghai.

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