Chahe Economic Development Zone, located in Chahe Town, Laian County, Anhui Province, was established with approval of the provincial government in January 2009. In the year of 2015, the zone achieved a total industrial output of 10.10595 billion yuan, accounting for 43.1% of the county’s total output. Among this, 7.83918 billion yuan, equal to 77.57% of the total industrial output, was created by the zone’s leading industries. Besides, the GPD reached 2.74039 billion yuan, experiencing year-on-year growth of 15.8%. The top three leading industries in the zone refer to rail transit equipment industry, commerce and trade logistics industry and new building material industry.
Qinlan Economic Development Zone
Qinlan Economic Development Zone lies at the border of Anhui Province and Jiangshu Province while connects three cities (Tianchang, Gaoyou and Yizheng). With Yangzhou 36 kilometers away in the east and Nanjing 95 kilometers away in the south, as well as the provincial road No. 312 and Suyang Highway under construction crossing it, the zone enjoys the advantage of costs in middle and west China and also the advantage of a location in east China which belongs to the-most-developed “Jiangsu-Zhejiang-Shanghai Economic Region” and “Nanjing One-Hour Metropolitan Circle”. In the year of 2015, the zone achieved a total industrial output of 16.01 billion yuan, and GPD of 4.13 billion yuan. Leading industries in the zone account for 92.7%. Other statistics include: 0.149 billion yuan of total volume of foreign trade, 2.234 billion yuan of fixed-asset investment and 0.174 billion yuan of tax revenue. The top three leading industries in the zone refer to electronic industry, PV industry and auto and motor parts industry.
Chuzhou Economic and Technological Development Zone
Founded in June, 1992, Chuzhou Economy and Technology Development Zone represents a state-level development zone and a provincial high and new technology development zone that can be divided into south, east, north and demo zone. With a planned area of 80 square kilometers and a floor area of 45 square kilometers, the zone has seen the booming of industries like home appliance electronics, vehicle machinery, green food, new energy, new materials and high-end equipment manufacturing. Thanks to its surging innovative capabilities in recent years, the zone has witnessed the settlement of famous Chinese brands like CQC and China Household Electric Appliances Research Institute.
The zone was rated by Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and the Ministry of Agriculture as the National Demonstration Base for New Types of industries and the Demonstration Base for Agricultural Industrialization. What’s more, it was among the first parks that won the title of Innovative Park conferred by Anhui province. At this point, the zone is working to turn itself into a state-level ecological industrial demo zone, the capital of green food and the town for special vehicle manufacturers.
Nanqiao Industrial Park
Nanqiao Industrial Park, located in Nanqiao District, Chuzhou City, Anhui Province, was established in August 2006 with comprehensive infrastructure concerning water supply, drainage, electricity, roads, communication, heating and gas, etc. In the year of 2015, the park fulfilled 7.313 billion yuan of industrial output, which means year-on-year growth of 22.17%. It also accomplished 6.765 billion yuan of fixed-asset investment hence year-on-year growth of 26.12%, 10.698 billion yuan of sales revenue hence year-on-year growth of 20.44%, 44.16 million dollars of total export-import volume hence year-on-year growth of 54.95%, and 0.19 billion yuan of tax revenue hence year-on-year growth of 50%. Four major economic indicators all witnessed an increase of over 20% and 9 large-scale enterprises and 2 high-tech enterprises were newly founded in the park this year. Besides, the output of leading industries like machinery, farm and sideline products, house appliances and so on reached 3.803 billion yuan, accounting for 52%.
Fengyang Economic Development Zone
Fengyang Economic Development Zone was rated as “a provincial industrial park” by Anhui provincial government in February 2006 and was then renamed as “Fengyang Economic Development Zone” on December 19, 2014, by the time of which, its planned area was enlarged from 3.55 square kilometers to 14.55 square kilometers. In the year of 2015, the zone achieved a total industrial output of 7.733 billion yuan, accounting for 40.7% of that of the whole county. It also realized GPD of 6.367 billion yuan, attracted an investment of 3.6 billion yuan and accomplished 3.507-billion-yuan fix-asset investment as well as 607.02 million yuan tax revenue.
Quanjiao Economic Development Zone
Quanjiao Economic Development Zone was rated as a provincial development zone by Anhui Provincial government in February 2006. Up to 2015, it has covered an area of 1,180 hectares and invested 2.64 billion yuan on infrastructure in total (since 2010). In the year of 2015, the zone achieved 3.45 billion yuan GPD hence year-on-year growth of 15.9%, 14.1 billion yuan industrial output hence year-on-year growth of 16%, 3.12 billion yuan industrial added value hence hence year-on-year growth of 15.6%, 6.14-billion-yuan fixed-asset investment hence year-on-year growth of 31.4%, and 0.71 billion yuan fiscal revenue hence year-on-year growth of 33.4%. Among the total industrial output, 10.011 billion yuan, i.e. 71% was created by the top three leading industries, namely, automobile manufacturing, general equipment manufacturing and farm and sideline product processing.
Suzhou-Chuzhou modern industrial park
The park is the result of the first ever partnership between Suzhou Industrial park and Chuzhou and it also serves as an example of cooperation between the two cities as they seek to build international industrial relocation zone, Anhui Industrial Upgrading Demo Zone, upgraded Suzhou Industrial Park and a new type of urbanization zone.
Jointly built by China-Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park Development Co., Ltd. (CSSD) and Chuzhou Municipal People’s Government, Suzhou-Chuzhou Industrial Park, with a planned area of 36 square kilometers, is expected to pour 30 billion yuan into infrastructure construction, which will attract 130 billion yuan for investment in the region. After 10 to 15 years of efforts, it is on route to become a modern industrial park featuring urban and rural overall development and strong livability, where there will be a 140,000 working population out of a total population of 250,000.
The park has 43 enterprises settled in, including 14 foreign-funded businesses. The total available land stands at 233.3 hectares. Priority is given to the development of health, electronic information and equipment manufacturing. The industrial system backed by information communication, new energy, new materials and modern services puts the health sector top on the agenda, including food, medicines, health care products, cosmetics and medical devices. This aims to build the park into the health sector base in China and the demonstration base for food and drug safety.
Langya Economic Development Zone
The site of Langya Economic Development Zone was determined in October 2009 and the construction started in June 2010. In October of the same year, it became a provincial development zone recognized by Anhui provincial government with an approved area of 4.1 square kilometers. Under the administration of Langya District government, it connects Shanghai Road in the east, Shiji Road in the sout, Yongyang Road in the wet and Waibei Road in the north. In the year of 2015, the zone realized 1.256 billlion yuan GDP, 3.158 billion yuan industrial output and 121.16 million yuan tax revenue. It possessed 2,863 employees, 23 new projects worth billions of yuan, and 7 new big-scale enterprises in 2015.
Dingyuan Salt Chemical Industrial Park
Dingyuan Salt Chemical Industrial Park, as one of the four biggest new chemical industrial bases in Anhui, is a provincial industrial park approved by the provincial government in 2010. Up to the end of 2015, the park, with an investment of 35.188 billion yuan and 8,900 workers, had housed 60 enterprises among which are 41 chemical enterprises (13 have gone into operation and 20 or so are under construction), 6 big-scale enterprises, 1 high-tech enterprise. Industrial clusters in the park such as salt chemistry, chlor-alkali downstream products, polymer materials, resin paint, refine chemistry and new materials have taken preliminary shape. Besides, the park enjoys a rapid development. It won the second prize in the competition of “advanced industrial parks” in Chuzhou in 2013; it also created 7.361 billion yuan industrial output, 2.212 billion yuan GDP and 0.282 billion yuan tax revenue in 2015.
Tianchang Economic Development Zone
Tianchang Economic Development Zone covers an area of 3,000 hectares with comprehensive infrastructure such as roads, electricity, drainage, cable television, telecommunication network, land leveling, road lamps and road markings and greenbelts. In the year of 2015, the zone, with 44,100 employees, achieved 10.965 billion yuan of GDP, 45 billion yuan of industrial output (accounting for 43.1%), and 1.58 billion yuan of tax revenue. The three top leading industries in the zone refer to electric machinery, special equipment manufacturing, and computer, communication and other electronic devices. Manufacturing industry accounts for 70.37% of all leading industries.
Dingyuan Economic Development Zone
Dingyuan Economic Development Zone is a comprehensive development zone with processing and manufacturing as its leading industry. Approved by Anhui provincial government in 2006, the zone has currently housed 146 projects while major projects under construction include Hefei Industrial Investment Project, Haohui PV Project, Yili Purification Project and Jinsheng Cereals and Oils Project, and so on. The zone has preliminarily formed three leading industries of equipment manufacturing, light textile clothing, and fine machining of agricultural-and-forestry sideline products, among which equipment manufacturing is the top leading industry. In the year of 2015, the zone realized GPD of 2.14 billion yuan, tax revenue of 0.31 billion yuan, and industrial output of 7.1 billion yuan with leading industries accounting for 71.2%.
Fengyang Silicon Industrial Park
Fengyang Silicon Industrial Park (Ningguo Modern Industrial Park) was established with the approval of Anhui provincial government in December 2009. With an approved area of 9 square kilometers, the park boasts leading industries of silicon and modern logistics. In the year 2015, leading industries accounted for 87% of all industries in the park with 21,500 employees; its GDP was 2.9 billion yuan and industrial output was 7.714 billion yuan which accounted for 40.69% of that of the whole Fengyang County whose industrial output was 15.47 billion yuan; and the tax revenue was 588.9 million yuan.
Mingguang Economic Development Zone
Mingguang Economic Development Zone was approved to establish in 2006 with a jurisdiction area of 509 hectares and an approved area of 850 hectares by Anhui provincial government. The zone boasts comprehensive infrastructure such as water supply, electricity, gas, communications, heating, broadband, and cable television and land leveling. The sewage treatment plant already built is capable of treating 50,000-ton sewage per day. The leading industries in the zone refer to mechanical electronics, food and beverage and household chemicals, which account for 80.6% of all the industries. The GDP of the zone in 2015 reached 1,866.44 million yuan and the industrial output reached 7,579.5 million yuan which accounted for 55.6%.
Laian Economic Development Zone
Laian Economic Development Zone, with a planed area of 10 square kilometers and 19,900 employees, was approved to start construction by Anhui provincial government in August 2006. In the year of 2015, the industrial output reached 10.03561 billion yuan, accounting for 42.8% of that of the whole county; the GDP reached 2.82343 billion yuan; and the tax revenue reached 0.46 billion yuan. The top three leading industries all realized an industrial output of 7.50664 billion yuan, accounting for 74.8% of all industries in the zone. In addition, stationery industry sector was honored as a demonstration area of stationery industry in China by the Light Industry Council in June 2012.