KKIP created more than 11,000 jobs with 10.8bil investment.

KOTA KINABALU: The Kota Kinabalu Industrial Park (KKIP) with 310 companies has created more than 11,000 jobs with RM10.8bil investment value including the recent foreign investment from South Korea and China.

Sabah Industrial Development and Entrepreneurship minister Phoong Jin Zhe said KKIP as the integrated industrial park and its unique and complete ecosystem will surely make it one of the attractive investment destinations in Sabah.

“Our ministry is committed to establish close relations with all the industry players.

“A strategic relationship with industry players is very important to ensure that the Ministry and its agencies’ directions are in tandem with the development of our investors in all industrial parks in Sabah.

“This includes giving focus towards resolving the ongoing concern of infrastructure needs in the industrial parks,” he said during a Chinese New Year celebration at KKIP here.

Phoong, who is also KKIP chairman, said the ministry is also encouraging and welcoming investors in green technology development to create a low- carbon and resource economy to come to Sabah.

KKIP has started with the initiative and to implements Electric Car Charging Mains for its residential project V21 Residence, KKIP which expected to be completed in early of 2025.

I was informed that KKIP also has ongoing collaboration with SIRIM on the possibility of making KKIP as one of the Eco- Industrial Park in Malaysia.


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