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Kingston Free Zone

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150.0万元/亩
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0.2km²
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National
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主导产业High-end Equipment Manufacturing,Logistics And Storage
园区电话:400-618-9895
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Price of land:150.0 million US$/k㎡Subsidy on land: - million US$/k㎡
Environmental protection requirement:No Tax on land: - million US$/k㎡
Factory rental price range:0.64 ~ ? US$/month•㎡Factory sale price range:222 ~ ? US$/㎡
Office rental price range:22 ~ 15 US$/month•㎡Office sale price range:321 ~ ? US$/㎡

Intro

Kingston Free Zone位于27 Shannon Drive,Kingston 15 , Jamaica。

园区主导产业为High-end Equipment Manufacturing,Logistics And Storage。

整体占地0.2k㎡,

园区本地人口约为0.666 million persons、流动人口约为 - million persons, 区内教育资源丰富,拥有HEART College of Beauty Services,每年毕业人数为: - thousand persons。

除了园区生活配套设施丰富之外, 园区周边交通极其方便——7km to Clicksend Courier ,7.8km to Railway Station,8.7km to Kingston Harbour,24.1km to Norman Manley。

区内厂房出售价格222 US$/month•㎡起, 出租价格0.64 US$/㎡起。

写字楼出售价格321 US$/month•㎡起, 出租价格22-15 US$/㎡起。

Kingston Free Zone欢迎您的入驻,如想了解更多园区详细信息,可随时致电或留言。

Kingston Free Zone期待与您共创辉煌!

Cost

Water:1.3 US$/m³Commercial electricity tariff:0.19 US$/kWh
Heavy industry electricity tariff:0.19 US$/kWhIndustrial electricity tariff (peak):0.38 US$/kWh
Industrial electricity tariff (off-peak):0.1 US$/kWhIndustrial electricty tariff (average):0.19 US$/kWh
Natural gas:No US$/m³Water treatment: - US$/t.
Minimum wage:281 US$/monthOrdinary worker:420 US$/month
Land value tax: -

Facilities

Distance to freight station:7km to Clicksend Courier Distance to railway station:7.8km to Railway Station
Distance to habor:8.7km to Kingston HarbourDistance to airport:24.1km to Norman Manley
Introduction of district:Kingston is the capital of the island of Jamaica, lying on its southeast coast. In the city center, the Bob Marley Museum is housed in the reggae singer’s former home. Nearby, Devon House is a colonial-era mansion with period furnishings. Hope Botanical Gardens & Zoo showcases native flora and fauna. Northeast of the city, the Blue Mountains are a renowned coffee-growing region with trails and waterfalls.
Roads logistics:The St William Grant Park (Parade) in the heart of downtown Kingston is the starting point for three of Jamaica's four A roads, namely the A1 (Kingston to Lucea), the A3 (Kingston to Saint Ann's Bay) and the A4 (Kingston to Annotto Bay), while the city itself is provided with a dense network of trunk, main, secondary and minor roads.
Railway logistics:The now disused Kingston railway station served the Kingston to Montego Bay main line with branches from Spanish Town to Ewarton, Bog Walk to Port Antonio, Linstead to New Works and May pen to Frankfield.
Residential housing price in this city:1300 US$/㎡
Support for residing in Park: -
Living environment: -
Access to supermarkets:Loshusan Supermarket,John R Wong Supermarket,Brooklyn Supermarket
Commerical enviornment: -
Access to shopping malls:Portmore Mall,Pavillion Mall,Sovereign Centre,State Mall Plaza
Access to hotels:Knutsford Court Hotel,Kingsworth Hostel,Knuts ford Court Hotel
Access to leisure and entertainment:Emancipation Park,National Heroes Park,Saint William Grant Park
Access to healthcare:Kingston Public Hospital,Andrews Memorial Hospital,University Hospital of the West Indies
Access to education:Best Care Special Education School. Quality Academics,RE School of Education & Technology

Plan

For several decades Jamaica has utilized the regime of the Jamaica Export Free Zone Act 1982 (amended 1996), now repealed by the Special Economic Zone Act (SEZ) which became effective on August 01, 2016. This in an effort to accommodate international investments seeking to locate operations to a pro-business destination. One of the primary medium through which this takes place is the Kingston Free Zone (KFZ), an extra territorial facility located adjacent to the Port of Kingston.

 

KFZ operates within the policy framework of the Government of Jamaica. Its functions are therefore in harmony with Government policies and programs in the areas of investments, Commerce and Information Communication Technology/Business Process Outsourcing (ICT/BPO), as articulated by the Government’s medium term Policy Framework document – VISION 2030.

 

Initially this regime has had a positive impact on the economic development of Jamaica, creating employment opportunities, generating foreign currency inflows as well as enhancing trade. However, with the passage of time, the regime has served to limit the country’s ability to adapt to changes in the global production and market conditions that are opening opportunities for the country to actively participate in the global value and supply chains. To address this issue, the country implemented the SEZ regime. This is geared to stimulate wide scale economic activities, especially in new and emerging sectors. It also brings the country in line with the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures.

 

Investors are invited to grasp the opportunity to pursue a more flexible and integrated development of their business activities and enjoy the incentives being offered under the SEZ regime. The KFZ provides physical facilities and services for manufacturing and production, warehousing and distribution.

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Kingston is the capital of the island of Jamaica, lying on its southeast coast. In the city center, the Bob Marley Museum is housed in the reggae singer’s former home. Nearby, Devon House is a colonial-era mansion with period furnishings. Hope Botanical Gardens & Zoo showcases native flora and fauna. Northeast of the city, the Blue Mountains are a renowned coffee-growing region with trails and waterfalls.
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Introduction

For several decades Jamaica has utilized the regime of the Jamaica Export Free Zone Act 1982 (amended 1996), now repealed by the Special Economic Zone Act (SEZ) which became effective on August 01, 2016. This in an effort to accommodate international investments seeking to locate operations to a pro-business destination. One of the primary medium through which this takes place is the Kingston Free Zone (KFZ), an extra territorial facility located adjacent to the Port of Kingston.

 

KFZ operates within the policy framework of the Government of Jamaica. Its functions are therefore in harmony with Government policies and programs in the areas of investments, Commerce and Information Communication Technology/Business Process Outsourcing (ICT/BPO), as articulated by the Government’s medium term Policy Framework document – VISION 2030.

 

Initially this regime has had a positive impact on the economic development of Jamaica, creating employment opportunities, generating foreign currency inflows as well as enhancing trade. However, with the passage of time, the regime has served to limit the country’s ability to adapt to changes in the global production and market conditions that are opening opportunities for the country to actively participate in the global value and supply chains. To address this issue, the country implemented the SEZ regime. This is geared to stimulate wide scale economic activities, especially in new and emerging sectors. It also brings the country in line with the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures.

 

Investors are invited to grasp the opportunity to pursue a more flexible and integrated development of their business activities and enjoy the incentives being offered under the SEZ regime. The KFZ provides physical facilities and services for manufacturing and production, warehousing and distribution.

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