Huizhou Zhongkai High-tech Industrial Development Zone was established in 1992 and is located in Huizhou City, Guangdong Province, China, with Shenzhen and Hong Kong to the south. It covers an area of about 500 square kilometers and has a resident population of nearly 500,000, with a GDP of 64.33 billion yuan in 2019.
The nearly 30 years of development has resulted in the mature industrial ecology of Huizhou Zhongkai High-tech Industrial Development Zone. The development zone has created multiple clusters ranging from flat panel displays and automotive electronics to LEDs and new energy, etc. Companies are willing to base their businesses here including LG, TCL, Sony, Asahi Glass, Bridgestone, Coca-Cola and other Fortune Global 500 companies from more than 10 countries and regions around the world, with a total of more than 3,000 companies.
Huizhou Zhongkai High-tech Zone ranked 13th among the 147 high-tech zones nationwide this year in terms of internationalization and global competitiveness, and the overseas direct investment of domestic holding companies ranked second.
About the industry
With its focus on high-tech industries, Huizhou Zhongkai High-tech Zone has attracted enterprises from across the world in smart terminals, emerging displays, modern services, artificial intelligence, new energy and semiconductor fields. By introducing and cultivating technology companies in the fields of chips, software and panels, Huizhou Zhongkai High-tech Zone has become one of the industry chain regions that has equipped the most complete substrate-panel-module machines in China.