Amata City Long Thanh Industrial Park (as of 2018)

Quick Facts:

  • Area: 1,265 hectares
  • Received investment certificate in June 2015
  • Phase 1: Hi-Tech Industrial Park covering 410 hectares

Highlights:

  • Superb location on new Long Thanh Highway
  • Huge potential with the future planned Int. Airport Long Thanh, a short 10km away
  • Phase 1, Hi-Tech Industrial Park to start by 2017 (license received in 2015)
  • Corporate Income Tax: 2 years exemption, 4 years 50% reduction, 17% in 10 years

by land

1. bien hoa city 25km
2. ho chi minh city 20km

by Sea

1. CAT LAI PORT 25KM
2. CAI MEP THI VAI DEEP SEA PROT 60km

BY AIR

1. TAN SON NHAT AIRPORT 35KM
2. LONG THANH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 20km

Long Thanh District

The Long Thanh District is part of Dong Nai Province. Although the region has long been underdeveloped, several national infrastructure projects have been created. The Long Thanh- Dau Giay Expressway has been completed to the new Long Thanh International Airport. The four-lane Ben Luc- Long Thanh Expressway linking major seaports in the South such as Thi Vai-Cai Mep with Long Thanh International Airport is under construction. Once it is completed it will be part of the highway system proceeding from Bangkok via Phnom Penh, to Ho Chi Minh City and Vung Tau in Vietnam.

And most importantly, in the near future, construction of the Long Thanh international airport will create the country’s largest international airport with a projected ultimate capacity of 100 million passengers a year.

Amata’s newest development, Amata City Long Thanh Industrial Park enjoys a strategic location within Long Thanh District. Adjacent to Dong Nai River, and right on the new highway connecting the future Long Thanh Int. Airport with Ho Chi Minh City, it will be a short 10km from the new international airport. The development will stretch over 1,265 ha and will consist of three elements: a Hi-Tech Park, a Mixed-use Development, and a Service zone.

Superb Location

Amata has already received an investment certificate for phase 1, the construction of a Hi-Tech Industrial Park, the first of its kind in the district. The US$300-million project, which will cover 410 ha, is expected to transform the local area into a modern, international level Industrial Park. It falls superbly in line with the provincial priority of developing supporting industries. Once completed, the park is expected to produce value-added products and create employment for 20,000 people, making it an invaluable contribution to the socio-economic development of the local area and Vietnam as a whole.