Leveraging on its unique proposition as the first Managed Industrial Park (MIP), NCT Group is working closely with the State government’s investment arm, Invest Selangor, Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA), and the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) to strengthen the exposure of NSIP in order to boost investment opportunities from local and international investors.
NCT was invited to present NSIP to more than 350 delegates at the recent 12th Malaysia-China Entrepreneurs Conference (MCEC 2022), themed “Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement” (RCEP)”, to further enhance economic and trade development between Malaysia and China through the NSIP project.
Endorsed by Invest Selangor, NSIP is located at the Integrated Development Region in South Selangor (IDRISS). Led as a Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) inspired development that integrates smart innovations and sustainable solutions, the NSIP is set to cater to the current and future needs of entrepreneurs. The project, which is scheduled to start with site clearing by December 2022, has received an overwhelming response from local and international players, with 90% of Phase 1A fully booked.
During the conference, Eddy Lim Swee Shien, General Manager and NSIP Project Lead said "Sustainability is at the core of NSIP and the project truly embodies Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) values. NSIP is designed in line with the GreenRE rating criteria and is on track to being a solar-equipped, managed industrial park, among other components. This will be further supported by various partners, such as Telekom Malaysia Berhad, Solarvest Holdings Berhad, and Samaiden Group Berhad, and other players, who are aligned with NCT’s vision to contribute towards reducing industrial carbon footprint."
NCT has been ramping up end-to-end digitalisation of its facilities at NSIP by partnering with prominent industry players to feature advanced infrastructure, state-of-the-art data analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), and Internet of Things (IoT) technology in order to boost productivity and maximise return of investment for investors.
"The project is consciously designed to also address common challenges faced by industrial parks, including floods and traffic congestion. There will be flood prevention features and smart traffic systems within and around the facility to better manage traffic flows" added Eddy.