Minebea Cambodia, the local subsidiary of the Japanese electronic parts Giant with production facilities in Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia and China and now in Cambodia, celebrated the official opening of a brand new production facility located at Phnom Penh SEZ.
Phnom Penh, November 2011
Tokyo, Japan - The internationally renown Japanese Professional Engineers Association has recognized Phnom Penh SEZ as an environment-friendly, future oriented infrastructure and an example for a forward looking, integrative industrial concept within Asia's economy.
Phnom Penh Special Economy Zone announces winner of design competition for a monument on the main roundabout at the entrance to the industrial zone.
After a long and intense pre-selection process involving dozens of submissions from students, lecturers and graduates of the Royal Univesity of Fine Arts, the winner and runners-up for the design competition for Cambodia's largest industrial monument, to be erected in the coming months, were elected by the jury and the Phnom Penh SEZ management board.
LCH Investment Group, have presented the expanding economic zone to a range of leading economic representatives of embassies and business organizations at a cocktail event at Phnom Penh's Intercontinental hotel. Chairwoman Okhna Lim Chhiv Ho presented current and future developments at Phnom Penh SEZ and promoted Cambodia's leading SEZ to the international investment community as the prime destination for manufacturers for both the local and exporters to international markets.
Due to increased demand for industrial land at Phnom Penh SEZ and an enormous surge in recruitment offers, Cambodia's leading Special Economic Zone is providing workers with an opportunity to stay and live on site from the end of 2011 on.
Construction began on building the first of a series of dormitories on the grounds of Phnom Penh SEZ, which will provide around 200 rooms for approximately 800 workers after completion of phase one in November. Transportation cost for workers, and security on the way home especially for female workers, played a major role in making the decision to offer accommodation for staff working at Phnom Penh SEZ.