Industrial Parks
About Hengshan Economic Development Zone
From:湖南省人民政府网 | Date Add in:2017-11-28 15:47:00 [A  A]

Hengshan Economic Developmental Zone of provincial level was established in July 1992 with the approval of provincial government. The planned area of 3.5 square kilometers is expected to be  completed in 18 years. The zone includes three subzones, namely, Kaiyun, Zijin and Huanghuaping, and an Changjiang Industrial Park. In the beginning, Kaiyun Business Center was set up and it is now the largest business and trade distributing center in the north of Hengyang. In 2004, we set up Jinglong industrial park on the basis of the original development zone, so the focus shifted to industrial development. In December, 2005,Hengshan Construction and Transportation Investment and development Co., Ltd. and the Administrative Committee of Jinglong industrial park was merged into one committee, the Administrative Committee of Hunan Hengshan Economic Development Zone. With the review of the National Development and Reform Commission, the development zone was approved and entitled as “Hunan Hengshan Economic Development Zone” in January, 2006.  


The zone is located to the north of the county town, facing the Xiang River in the east and extending to National Highway No. 107. It takes only 10 minutes to drive to the National AAA Tourist Scenic Area and only 40 minutes to Hengyang city or Changzhutan Economic Circle. The zone has a excellent location and it benefits from the radioactive effect from the Economic Regions of Yangtze Delta and Zhujiang River Delta. It is in the central area of the key development strategy of Hunan province and is one of the two minor new cities planned by Hengyang municipal government. The ships from Thousand-tonnage ports in the zone can reach other cities along the Yangtze River or by the sea. At present, the supply of water, electricity and gas are available in the zone. Known for its fame of “Homeland of Non-metals” in Asia, Hengshan has abundant excellent resources of sodium, Potassium, gypsum and porcelain clay, and the reserves of sodium ranks first in Asia, taking up 45% of the total reserves in China.  


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