Power Progress with Manufacturing Ventures

Boasting sound infrastructure, strategic locations, and seamless logistics, Sabah’s industrial parks beckon visionary investors. Sabah is in the midst of a significant expansion of its port infrastructure, leveraging its strategic position within the Brunei Indonesia Malaysia Philippines-East ASEAN Growth Area (BIMP-EAGA). This strategic move opens new vistas of opportunity, allowing Sabah to service the broader Asia-Pacific production base.

Tropical Climate

Abundant Natural Resources

Key sectors, including oil and gas, palm oil, timber, and minerals, present a rich trove of natural resources to fuel downstream processing.

Investors can harness these abundant resources as prime feedstock, opening doors to a world of manufacturing possibilities.

Tropical Climate

Industrial Parks

Within Sabah’s strategically located industrial parks, get access to purpose-built zones to support a variety of sectors.

Tropical Climate

Tax Incentives

  • Investment Tax Allowance of 100% for 10 years which can be offset 100% against statutory income,
  • Investment Tax Allowance of 100% on qualifying capital expenditure for 5 years, or
  • Full tax exemption on statutory income for 10 years

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Perfect for Eco-Tourism

Ready-to-use Manufacturing Facilities

More than 240 companies have established operations in KKIP spanning various activities including.

  • food products,
  • processing of wood, rubber, plastic and metal materials,
  • electronics and electrical manufacturing,
  • automotive parts,
  • construction materials,
  • logistics and warehousing.
Perfect for Eco-Tourism

Oil and Gas Investment

Sipitang Oil and Gas Industrial Park (SOGIP) is the central area for oil and gas investment within Sabah, Brunei and Labuan economic centres. Petronas established its operations at SOGIP in 2016 investing USD $1.9 Billion to develop the Sabah Ammonia Urea (SAMUR) and granulation plant.

Perfect for Eco-Tourism

Department of Industrial Development and Research (DIDR)

The Department of Industrial Development and Research (DIDR) was established in 1977 by a State Cabinet directive and placed under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Industrial Development and Entrepreneurship. DIDR is entrusted with the responsibility of promoting and coordinating Sabah products in both domestic and international markets, as well as conducting economic research and studies in the manufacturing sector.

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