Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Regional industrial park PKFZ secures RM734million

Regional industrial park, Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) secured a total of RM734million in total investment since November 2006. The regional industrial park PKFZ currently accommodates 43 tenants in its 1000-acre wide integrated commercial and industrial park in Pulau Indah, Selangor.

According to PKFZ director Tengku Zainal Rashid, PKFZ is now negotiating with 50 new potential investors amounting to RM610million in total investments. “While the shipping and logistics community is aware of PKFZ, there are still some sections in the manufacturing industry and small & medium enterprises (SME) that are not fully aware of the advantages of investing in the regional industrial park, PKFZ. We are now increasing our efforts to reach out to these groups,” he said.

The pullout of JAFZA international from PKFZ created awareness among PKFZ’s board of directors and they’ve been working hard to bring in potential investors to the regional industrial park. Tengku Zainal also acknowledged that there are much to be done to create greater awareness of the economic benefits of investing in PKFZ, which very much includes tax exemptions (duty free products and/or services), 100% foreign equity, export, R&D and training incentives, industrial allowances and 100% repatriation of capital and profits.

The integrated regional industrial park also sources government officials for quicker and smoother transactions – Businesses can now start within a week from the application submitted to relevant government bodies and parties in their new one-stop center. These eased systemized solution for new investors stroke a good impression on many potential foreign investors wanting to build a presence here in Asia.

'It just takes time to develop a new thing like this (regional industrial park, PKFZ). Dubai also took nearly 10 years to develop the Jebel Ali Free Zone (UAE). We are only two years old,' said Tengku Zainal.

For more information, click on Regional Industrial Park PKFZ or type www.pkfz.com.
Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Project PKFZ Second Stage: Off Page

Regional Industrial ParkThis is the second stage of the Project PKFZ. This is the part wherein we need to optimize the factors outside their website. We are doing link building techniques such as web directory submission, forum postings, and article submission in order for PKFZ's websites ranks with their target keywords.

This is one of our articles made by our in-house copywriters:

Asia’s Free Zone - Port Klang Free Zone, a capitalist port

Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) is a free port zone that offers 1000 acres of integrated free commercial and industrial zone in the Asia’s free zone area. PKFZ is situated in the straits of Malacca, one of the busiest straits in the world, next to Port Klang, Malaysia: the world’s 16th ranked port in 2006. Its eased integration of commercial and industrial parks has left PKFZ branded as one of Asia free zone’s best capitalist port. Better yet, it’s fully backed by the Malaysian government and supported Royal Malaysian Customs to ease import and export workflows in terms of customs checks and bureaucratic requirements.

In Asia, Port Klang Free Zone is an extraordinary project, differentiating itself from most of the other ports in Asia’s free zone – A mixed development comprising manufacturing activities complemented by amenities designed to facilitate the growth of regional distribution or international procurement centers. PKFZ’s competitive edge – Paperless transactions, zero customs duties for permitted products and services, full investment security and integrates both commercial and industrial parks.

In terms of investment incentives, PKFZ offers 100% foreign equity, 100% repatriation of capital and profits, duty & sales tax and service tax exemption, tariff extensions, R&D; transport; and training incentives and also industrial allowances. This enables businesses and investors to minimize costs and maximize profits – All for the better in export trades. Asia’s free zone, PKFZ, should be the place you’d want to check out for investing in manufacturing plants in Asia.

Because of this kind of link building techniques, we have top PKFZ's target keywords which is Asia Distribution Hub, Integrated Free Zone, Regional Industrial Park, Industrial Zone Asia and Asia Free Zone which targets Google Malaysia, Google India and Google UAE. We also included our keyword statistics below.

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We also drives more traffic than our previous posted analytics. Here's the updated one:

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Thursday, April 3, 2008

PKFZ – Asia’s Better Industrial Zone

Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) could be the next in line to Asia’s better Industrial Zone to invest in. Industrial zones in Asia are aplenty but advantageous ones are almost too rare. In many ways, PKFZ is a better Asia industrial zone to invest in simply because of business operations conducive to reaping high profits with low costs. Commercialized products and/or services can be manufactured and developed with ease without having to worry about stretching your budget.

Another point to consider before investing in Asian industrial zones – Many commercialized hubs in Asia offering industries to grow demand high bureaucratic requirements without much government backing. In PKFZ, there will be fewer hassles – Minimal bureaucratic requirements, full government backing, cheaper rental rates, tax exemptions, 100% foreign equity and strong & educated workforce, eased integration of commercial and industrial parks; all combined into a place which makes PKFZ a better industrial zone in Asia. And its strategic location – Straits of Malacca, the world’s busiest trading port.

Should any manufacturing and trade industry were to find a place to invest in Asia, PKFZ is the place. Nothing compares to Asia’s better industrial zone; great facilities, cheaper rates with bigger earnings.

For more information regarding Asia Industrial Zone, PKFZ, visit regional industrial park

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Project PKFZ

Project PKFZ or Port Klang Free Zone is an on going SEO project wherein we, from PDQ, are fixing their websites to turn into a search engine friendly site that is suitable for the title of the Asia’s largest regional industrial park.

To begin with the said project, let us first define PKFZ’s nature of their business.

Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) is an integrated free commercial and industrial zone wherein they are inviting large companies particularly from China, India and Europe for them to take advantage PKFZ’s tax free status in setting up their business centers within PKFZ’s place. Their target companies are ranged from manufacturing, textiles, electronics, automotives and Halal hubs. Port Klang Free Zone also target supporting companies such as hotels, financial services and transportation and logistics service sectors.

Now that we have defined their nature of business, we now can easily determine what kind of viewers they want. Now our next task is to determine their current status, so we now requested Port Klang Free Zone to install statistic tool like Google analytics to let us help determine their current status. But based on the result of Google Analytics, we found out that it does not have any viewers from February until now. We were alarmed when we saw this report. It is either they have input wrong syntax or they only have one visitor. Anyways, it is not important whether PKFZ has only one visitor for now, the more important is how we can manage to drag large companies into their website and sign up for their tax free industrial zone.

Taken from Google Analytics. It shows that there is only one viewer on February 28, 2008.

We are now doing link building for them to increase their viewers especially to their targeted companies. We will update you on these every week on how Project PKFZ’s status.

Sunday, February 17, 2008

Port Klang Free Zone

One good example of regional industrial park was Port Klang Free Zone that was located at Port Klang Malaysia. As a firm that has a title being a regional industrial park, Port Klang Free Port Zone ranked the world's 16th port in 2006 in terms of throughput volume. They offers facilities where factories and logistics company can be located in the same zone as Port Klang Free Port Zone as to allow for easier co-ordination and smoother supply chain management.
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