Shanghai Chemical Industry Park

    Shanghai Chemical Industry Park (SCIP) lies at the north coast of Hangzhou Bay with the total planning area of 29.4 square kilometers. SCIP is one of the industrial projects with the largest investment in China during the 10th Five-year Plan. Its Phase 1 investment totaled RMB150 billion. It is the first industrial zone specialized in the development of petrochemical and fine chemistry businesses, and the southern center of Shanghai’s six industrial bases. The industrial output of SCIP will achieve RMB100 billion when all approved projects are put into operation. SCIP is known as the "Wing of Industrial Take-off of Shanghai".

    Built with the advanced “integration” conception adopted by the world’s largest scaled chemical parks, SCIP provides investors with best investment environment by integrating production projects, public utilities, logistics, eco protection and administration services. So far, many well-known public engineering companies have set up plants here, including BP, BASF, Bayer, Degussa, Huntsman, SUEZ, Vopak, AIR LIQUIDE, Praxair, etc. SCIP aims to be one of Asia’s largest and most advanced petrochemical bases.

    SCIP is located in the south of Shanghai, on the boundary between Jinshan District and Fengxian District. With the A4 Expressway that connects Shanghai-Nanjing and Shanghai-Hangzhou Expressway network, it is only a 45-minute drive, or 50 kilometers, away from downtown. There are railway sub-lines for its exclusive use connecting to the 113-kilometer-long Pudong Railway (Fengxian-Pudong Airport-Zhangmiao). The park is connected to Huangpu River and Yangtze River water system via dredged inner river channel system. Apart from an exclusive port, SCIP is only 55 kilometers away from the Yangshan Deep Water Port (10 million standard containers). The park is only 50 kilometers away from Pudong International Airport and Hongqiao International Airport. In short, transportation here is very convenient, be it by sea, by land or by air.