We innofacture a vision of industry that’s much more than what can be imagined today.
The ever-evolving economic environment creates opportunities to reposition HKSTP’s Industrial Estates (IEs), established in the 1970s to serve as a manufacturing base for industries that needs larger footprints. As old businesses scale and move their manufacturing activities to other cities in the region, and new businesses invest and grow in Hong Kong, the IEs hold fresh potential and huge economic opportunities. By focusing on Hong Kong’s competitive strengths and attracting high value-added, high technology content, and advanced processes, HKSTP seeks to revitalise the industrial community in the Industrial Estates, securing long-term sustainability and wider benefits for Hong Kong by repositioning Industrial Estate as InnoPark.
InnoPark champions all the cutting-edge work to realise local research and development (R&D) into economic output. Positioned to capture the exciting and lucrative opportunities of digitalisation and Industry 4.0—the latest industrial revolution powered by advanced technology—we manufacture innovations that usher in a digitally progressive and future-ready Hong Kong.
InnoPark is where we imagine, design, and make possibilities happen. Committed to Innofacturing Tomorrow, we take and build on today’s ideas to forge new paths for “Innovated, Designed, and Made in Hong Kong” creations to proudly take shape and change the world. Here, we provide a place to manufacture the future using data and technology, propelling success for Hong Kong’s top skilled workers, startups, and I&T community.
As Hong Kong’s premier innovation and technology hub, HKSTP actively bridges research and development with end-to-end Innofacturing facilities all situated within our premises. Our land resources* and multi-storey industrial spaces support tech-driven R&D and smart manufacturing activities for a wide range of forward-looking industries. Together, they will be creating values to Hong Kong’s economy, bridging Hong Kong’s advanced technology know-hows with the global manufacturing value chain, and contributing to both the local and international markets.
“Innovated, Designed and Made in Hong Kong” conveys trust and quality. Industrialists can ride on this strength to enter the Greater Bay Area and the world markets with confidence. In support of the Government’s “new industrialisation” vision advocated in the Hong Kong Innovation & Technology Development Blueprint, we are aiming for innovation and technology-driven projects to be established in the InnoParks that promote the following:
1. Output as to economic value-add contribution
2. Investment in CAPEX for equipment together with fit out or building construction
3. High-skilled employment creation
4. Product/Service Technology – Advanced technology content or novel application in the respective products or services
5. Advanced process applied in the manufacturing of products or delivery of services
6. R&D activities and capabilities
7. Local consumption for stable supply chain
8. Sustainability in terms of business, environment or resources
These principles set the direction of supporting the upgrade and/or transformation in the existing operations of companies in the Innoparks, creating the fabric necessary to enable the productisation of new technologies and world-class manufacturing of high value products, thereby generating new business opportunities, high-skilled employment and a brighter future career for the young generation.
The 75-hectare Tseung Kwan O Industrial Estate, now repositioned as Tseung Kwan O InnoPark, has a specialised waterfront area for marine access / marine access-related projects. With berthing facilities, this site is well suited for heavy industries, as well as lighter commercial manufacturing and IT / ICT-related services.
Tseung Kwan O InnoPark is located at the south-eastern part of Tseung Kwan O New Town. Lohas Park MTR Station is just 2km away from the Estate, which is connected to East Kowloon via Tseung Kwan O Tunnel.
Key projects include:
This 67-hectare Yuen Long Industrial Estate, now repositioned as Yuen Long InnoPark, caters to a wide range of industries including pharmaceutical and biomedical production.
Its proximity to Shenzhen Bay Port and Lok Ma Chau Control Point makes Yuen Long InnoPark ideal for companies engaging in cross-border business. With a direct connection to Kwai Tsing Container Terminal via Route 3 and Tuen Mun Highway, the Estate is a hive of production activities.
The town centre of Yuen Long, which is connected to Kowloon by the MTR West Rail Line, is just 1km away from the Estate.
Key project include:
Primarily for companies in the areas of food manufacturing, media services and lifestyle goods, the 75-hectare Tai Po Industrial Estate, now repositioned as “Tai Po InnoPark”, is currently home to local and international brands.
Just 1.5km from the Tai Po town centre, Tai Po InnoPark is accessible via the MTR East Rail Line and Tolo Highway.
Key projects include:
If you are interested to
Please complete and send us your “Expression of Interest”, or check out our Tender Notices to view the available premises.
Please contact our teams for any questions related to the Government’s “new industrialisation” initiative or the InnoParks.
*Land in Industrial Estates (now repositioned as InnoParks) have the following characteristics: