Malaysia - Taman Perindustrian Demak Laut
Demak Laut Industrial Park was established in a number of phases starting in 1988. The park is in Sarawak, Malaysia and is around 20 kilometres from Kuching.
The industrial estate was set up for various kinds of businesses, with a particular focus on manufacturing and services. The one in Sama Jaya was slated for electronics while Samalaju up in the state’s north is for energy-intensive industries,” Julaihi said, adding that the setup of these areas would further boost the state’s economy by way of providing prospects for local businesses and creating employment opportunities.
The size of the areas developed are as the following – Phase 1 covers 420.5 hectares, Phase 2A at 219 hectares, Phase 3 at 187 hectares: and Phase 4 at 71.6 hectares.
- Total area: Phase IV 58.7 hectares (other phases 816 hectares)
- Land tenure: Leasehold 60 years
- Year opened: 1988
- Key industrial sectors: Food & Beverages - Plastics - Metal & Machinery - Fabricated Metal Products, Wood & Wood Product
SMI Industrial Park Ready Built Facilities in Demak Laut Industrial Park
The SMI Industrial Park is one of the biggest industrial parks specifically designed for the small and medium industries with zoning for food and non-food related industries. It is your ideal business location for light medium industries such as food and beverage, motor related, steel, aluminium, plastic, logistic, cargo handling, packaging, etc.
The SMI Industrial Park is strategically located within the highly successful Demak Laut Industrial Park in Kuching. The SMI Industrial Park will have a total of 339 units of the following types of building.
(a) 298 units of 2-storey semi-detached industrial buildings
(b) 10 units of 2-storey detached industrial buildings
(c) 30 units of 3-storey shophouses (SMI Commercial Central)
(d) one food court
Prime industrial area within Demak Laut Industrial Park, Kuching
Well planned zoning for food and other industries
Practical modern design
Affordable & attractive pricing
5-minute drive to Senari Port, 10-minute drive to Pending Port, 3-minute drive to the Kuching City Extension project
Potential high investment return