Shanghai Zizhu High-tech Industrial Park

    Rating     B
    Year of Establishment     2001
    Land Area     8.68 km2
    Location     Minhang District, Shanghai
    GDP     N.A
    FDI     N.A
    Utilized FDI     N.A
    Major Investors     Intel, HP, Microsoft, KAO, Borg Warner, Yamaha, Omron, ST Microelectronics
    Major Industies Encouraged     Electronics, new materials, bio-pharmaceuticals
Source: Shanghai Minhang Statistic Bureau

Shanghai Zizhu High-tech Industrial Park (Shanghai Zizhu HIP), formerly Shanghai Zizhu Science-based Industrial Park, was jointly set up by the Shanghai municipal government, Shanghai Zijiang Group, Shanghai Alliance Investment Company and Shanghai University in 2001. The park covers an area of 8.68 sq km. It consists of three main regions: the university campus region, the research region and the Pujiang Forest Peninsula region.

Shanghai Zizhu HIP is located in the southeastern part of Minhang District in the city center of Shanghai. The park enjoys a convenient transportation system. Shanghai Pudong International Airport and Shanghai Hongqiao Airport are situated 45 km and 25 km from the park, respectively, while Shanghai Port, the world's largest port in terms of container traffic in 2013, is only 15 km away. It takes less than half an hour to drive from the park to the Shanghai-Nanjing Expressway, State Highway 312 or State Highway 318.

The park also has rich human resources. Shanghai Jiaotong University and East China Normal University are situated in Minhang University Town in Minhang District.

Investment Climate
Shanghai Zizhu HIP consists of the National Organization Engineering Center, the National Animal Medical Research Center, the National Solar Energy Research Center and Shanghai Clean Energy Research & Industry Promotion Center.

The major industries in the park are electronics, new materials and biopharmaceuticals. In 2013, the gross industrial output of the park reached RMB 14.43 billion. 7 new foreign invested project launched in the park and the contracted FDI was US$ 122 million.

A large number of multinational companies have set up research centers in the park. They include Intel, HP, Microsoft, KAO, Border Warner, Yamaha, Omron and ST Microelectronics.

Borg Warner, a leading global producer of highly engineered components and systems for vehicle powertrain applications, set up Borg Warner (China) Investment Co Ltd with a registered capital of US$30 million in Shanghai Zizhu HIP. Later it set up Borg Warner China Technology Center in the park with an investment of US$36 million to do research and development of state-of-the-art auto parts.

Investment Cost
Winning Edge and Limitation
Winning Edge
  • The park enjoys convenient transportation.
  • Many large foreign companies have commenced business in the zone.
  • The park enjoys rich talent resources in Shanghai.
  • The park is strong in R&D.

  • The park’s gross industrial output is still low compared with that of other parks in Shanghai.

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