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.
The presentation on Phnom Penh SEZ, which was one of only 6 selected projects in Asia, was held during the IPEJP’s 60th anniversary celebrations on August 25 – 27 in Tokyo and was attended by Akishinomiya Denka, a prominent member of the imperial family, a range of public officials as well as the country's top engineers.
"Mr. Rikuo Katsumata, an outstanding Japanese engineer who has worked with Phnom Penh SEZ from 2006 to 2011, brought his vast expertise to Cambodia build this modern industrial park. He has a vision of sustainability which we have incorporated not only in the infrastructure design, but in all our activities", says Carie Phou, PR & Communication Director at Phnom Penh SEZ. "We are proud to have been selected by this renown organization of some of the best engineers in Asia for our work and the success we have today by hosting a range of international investment projects. We look forward to continuing on this path in future".