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PDC and TNB collaborate to strengthen infrastructure readiness

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Penang Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow expressed his hopes for the Penang Development Corporation (PDC) to continue collaborating with state and federal government agencies to create an environment conducive to the industrial ecosystem. He aims to ensure the development of more industrial parks equipped with high-quality infrastructure, positioning Penang at the forefront of investment value and maintaining its status as a key driver of national economic growth.

Speaking at the Hari Raya Aidilfitri open house event organized by the Penang Development Corporation on Thursday, Chow emphasized the pivotal role of PDC as the primary development agency of the state, particularly in providing ample industrial land.

Under the recently launched ‘2024-2028 Strategic Blueprint’, a major focus is the anticipated RM3 billion investment to acquire 3,000 acres of land in Seberang Perai for the development of new industrial parks to meet the growing industrial demands.

Chow highlighted PDC’s commitment to enhancing the quality of its existing industrial parks, particularly the Batu Kawan Industrial Park Phase 3 (BKIP 3) and the Batu Kawan Technology Park (BCTP), adopting the concept of ‘Infrastructure Ready’.

In pursuit of this goal, PDC has closely collaborated with Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) to realize this new concept of infrastructure readiness.

During the event, the Chief Minister also officiated the launch ceremony for the second phase of the Taman Cassia Cempaka project, featuring double-storey semi-detached homes.

According to PDC Properties Sdn Bhd, the project includes the construction of one double-storey detached home priced at RM1,786,076 and 26 semi-detached units ranging from RM941,043 to RM1,189,346.

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