Key Industrial Areas | Industrial Malaysia
Balakong: A Growing Industrial Area Beyond Cheras
Once surrounded by rubber plantations and agricultural lands., Balakong is a township located near to Cheras which consist of retail and commercial areas.
Semenyih: Robust Development in Hulu Langat
Semenyih is strategically located south of Kuala Lumpur. It is well known to nature lovers for its recreational forest and scenic waterfalls. In terms of industrial activities, there are many building & construction companies as well as manufacturing companies
Shah Alam Seksyen 31, 32, 33: Strategic For Logistics and Manufacturing
Shah Alam Seksyen 31, 32 and 33 were initially under the Klang District. It was then re-delineated into the Shah Alam city council (MBSA) in the mid-1990s.
U10, Shah Alam: Hidden Gem between Setia Alam and Bukit Jelutong
U10, Shah Alam, is located strategically between Setia Alam and Bukit Jelutong. Many new housing developments near the Shah Alam–Batu Arang Highway connect Bukit Jelutong to Ijok.
Pulau Indah: Developed for Heavy Industries and Halal Hub
Many people know about Pulau Indah because of Westport. Pulau Indah is an island in Klang.
Westport: Seaport that Handles Cargo
Westport is located southwest of Pulau Indah. It is one of the largest seaports in Malaysia, ranked second busiest port in Southeast Asia, and ranked 12th busiest port globally based on containers handled.
Telok Gong: Well Connected And Within Port Klang
Telok Gong is situated within Port Klang, Selangor. It is located to the south of Klang town and it is to Pandamaran town — or a short drive from Bandar Bukit Tinggi 2 and Bandar Botanic.
Sungai Buloh: Surrounded by Notable Industrial Parks
Sungai Buloh is a town, mukim and parliamentary constituency in the northern part of the Petaling district of Selangor. It is located 16 km northwest of downtown Kuala Lumpur and 8 km north of the Subang Airport. Sungai Buloh is located at the borders of Damansara, Kepong and Kuang.
Subang Jaya: The most sought-after landmark for industrial properties
Subang Jaya is known for its mature residential area, vibrant township, and commercial and educational hubs. Over time, due to the increase in population, the area has become an alternative town for industrial developments. Its population has exceeded 650,000 people.
Shah Alam - ‘Silicon Valley’ in Selangor’s Golden Triangle
Shah Alam is the capital of Selangor. It is famous for its oil palm and rubber trade with a thriving population that has grown exponentially from 40,000 to over 600,000 people.
Rawang: A Growing Industrial Activities Area
Rawang is a town and mukim located in the Gombak District of Selangor, Malaysia. It is approximately about 23 km northwest of the city centre of Kuala Lumpur. In the early days, Rawang was famous for its tin mining activities. The population in Rawang is about 120,447 people.
Puchong: A growing town
Puchong has witnessed tremendous development for the past two decades.