Surrounded by Saigon River, Tan Thuan Export Processing Zone (“TTZ”) is the first Export Processing Zone in Vietnam to meet the international standards and was ranked as the best one in Asia Pacific. Given its location in the center of Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC), the country’s commercial capital, 2km from Phu My Hung City Center, 4km from District 1- HCMC Center, TTZ is able to attract mainly high-tech companies. “HCMC is now developed, modern and industrialized and this is very important for high-tech companies as their workers prefer to have access to city amenities and urban lifestyle” said Mr. Marvin Tsao, General Director of Tan Thuan Corporation.
TTZ provides all the services an investor needs to set up in Vietnam and even guides them in preparing all necessary paperwork procedure with HCMC Export Processing and Industrial Zones Authority. “This Government agency is responsible for industrial parks and zones in the city and our excellent relationship with them is beneficial for our investors” explained Tsao.
A 300-hectare Complex Area, Tan Thuan EPZ is in the process of shifting from an area for manufacturing to a complex multifunction facility offering warehouse, factory and office leasing, as well as construction of build-to-suit facilities; all these supported by top infrastructure. “We have developed the most comprehensive infrastructure such as electricity and water systems, telecommunication system, anti-flood system, gas-station, as well as supporting services like warehouse and transportation center, employee training and recreation center, custom clearance services and clinics, among others” he highlighted.
According to Tsao, Vietnam is a great place for exporting companies, but also for enterprises looking to expand in the Vietnamese market, and invites more US corporations to setup their production in Tan Thuan. “We invite US investors to join us in Tan Thuan Export Processing and Industrial Zone. We offer all the services and a great infrastructure while our proximity to HCMC guarantees a very good standard of living for their workers and their families”.
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