Sime Darby Property Unveils Hamilton City In Nilai

28 Oct 2021

Sime Darby Property Unveils Hamilton City In Nilai

Sime Darby Property Bhd launched Hamilton City in Nilai, Negri Sembilan as part of its efforts to develop the new growth corridor within Malaysia Vision Valley 2.0 (MVV 2.0).

A full-fledged managed industrial township, Hamilton City will span 2,723 acres and will be developed in four phases, reported The Sun Daily.

Phases 1, 2 and 4 will focus on medium and heavy industrial activities, while the township’s Phase 3 will be developed specifically for light industry comprising semi-detached and detached factories with a managed industrial park concept.

The series of mixed industrial developments would cater to different businesses, helping drive the creation of thriving industry-led communities. Sime Darby also expects it to create job opportunities for the 740,000 population living within and around the township.

MVV 2.0 is an integrated economic region that complements the development of Greater Kuala Lumpur and National Conurbation. It is identified as one of the 17 Promoted Development Zones which are prioritised under the National Physical Plan.

Aimed at positioning itself as a global industrial player, MVV 2.0 is spurred by four economic drives – wellness tourism, high technology manufacturing, specialised services and skill-based education and research.

Datuk Azmir Merican, Group Managing Director of Sime Darby Property, believes Hamilton City’s location within Nilai positions it as an attractive option for businesses in search of efficient warehousing and production options outside the Klang Valley since it is linked to essential infrastructure like major expressways.

“We continue to grow the company’s industrial and logistics development segment by leveraging on rising global e-commerce trends and the market’s demand for better industrial warehousing products. Hamilton City features convenient access to the North-South Expressway and NSE Central Link, as well as the Nilai-Labu Expressway which will be opening in the future,” he said as quoted by The Sun Daily.

“These expressways will connect Hamilton City to major logistics hubs such as the Kuala Lumpur International Airport and Port Klang, a signature of Sime Darby Property Industrial products located in City of Elmina, Bandar Bukit Raja and Serenia City, among other locations.”

Image source from Sime Darby Property


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