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Seletar Aerospace Park is a 300-hectare aviation hub - a strategic development that will launch
Singapore's goal to become a global aviation hub, where maintenance, repair and overhaul
(MRO) services are provided in an environment surrounded by world-class aerospace
companies and facilities.
Singapore’s aerospace industry has soared to new heights with an average growth rate of 13
per cent since 1990. The industry employed some 19,000 people and contributed S$6.9 billion
in output in 2007. Fuelling the industry’s growth, Seletar Aerospace Park will add new market
segments such as narrow-body and smaller aircraft to Singapore’s already strong MRO industry
of commercial wide-body aircraft. By laying a strong foundation for Seletar Aerospace Park,
Singapore will attract emerging companies looking for cost-competitive and reliable
manufacturing locations to produce and assemble aerospace components.
Seletar Aerospace Park will host a wide range of activities, including:
• Manufacturing and assembly of aircraft engines, components and small aircrafts
• Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul of aircrafts & components
• Business & General Aviation
• Training and R&D
Companies at Seletar Aerospace Park benefit from synergies in this integrated environment that include
economies-of-scale and increased efficiency. There is also significant scope for new industry collaborations
– alliances brought about by the Park’s shared infrastructure, and close proximity to suppliers, customers
and partners within the tight-knit aerospace community.
Singapore’s offshore and marine industry has weathered many storms and demonstrated
resilience in achieving its current position. The industry started off modestly in the 1960s as part
of Singapore’s industralisation plan but has seen significant growth over the last 40 years. It has
evolved from a small regional ship repair and building centre into a world-class offshore and
marine hub with a wide range of capabilities, from rig building, ship-repair and FPSO conversion,
specialised offshore vessel construction, offshore and marine supporting services, and oil and
gas equipment manufacturing.
Today, Singapore has achieved global leadership position in the construction of jack-up and
semisubmersible oil rigs. We are also one of the world's leaders in the construction of specialised
or customised vessels like anchor handling tugs or offshore support vessels providing supporting
services to offshore and marine operations. Singapore is also the leading location in the Asia
Pacific for the manufacturing of oil and gas equipment and there have been numerous world
renowned companies who have established sophisticated and state of the art manufacturing
Singapore's offshore and marine sector has been growing at a compound annual growth rate of
almost 30% since 2004, making it one of the fastest growing sectors in Singapore's economy in
the last few years. As at 2008, 7.3% of Singapore's total manufacturing output and 9.3% of the
manufacturing sector’s VA could be attributed to the offshore and marine sector. The industry
employed close to 70,000 people of which 12,000 are skilled workers.
Singapore aims to be a global hub in the development and manufacture of clean technology
products. This promising new industry – the cleantech cluster – is expected to contribute S$3
billion to Singapore’s gross domestic product and create 18,000 jobs across a broad range of
areas, including renewable energy, water and environment technologies, energy efficiency by
To grow the cleantech industry, the government has mapped out a blueprint comprising five key
pillars: R&D, manpower development, grooming of Singapore-based enterprises, branding of the
industry and nurturing a vibrant industry eco-system.
JTC has been working together with other government agencies to develop a CleanTech park
catering to companies focusing on R&D, test-bedding and prototyping activities into clean
Singapore’s vision is to be the Biopolis of Asia, a leading international biomedical sciences cluster
advancing human health by achieving excellence across the entire value chain. The Government has
invested in more than S$5billion in building up industrial, human and intellectual capital and remains fully
commited to developing this sector.
Biopolis is a biomedical R&D hub at one-north, purpose-built to house key public and private biomedical
research institutes and organisations. It is also the first major development in one-north.
As a premier biomedical manufacturing centre in Asia, Tuas Biomedical Park (I and II) provides excellent
infrastructure and opportunities for businesses to flourish. JTC's biomedical parks have already attracted
world-renowned players in the biomedical field such as MSD, Pfizer, Wyeth, Ciba Vision, GSK Biologicals,
Novartis, Lonza Biologics and Abbott Nutritionals.
Fast Facts on Jurong Island
Information Directory Telephone Operation Hours
Emergency Command Centre
6268 1076 6268 1020
Monday - Sunday
Visitors Pass Office
Monday - Sunday
ChemGallery @ Jurong Island
6262 5070 /
Monday - Friday
9.00am - 12.00pm
1.00pm - 5.00pm
Jurong Island Fire Station
Acumed Medical Group 6261 7177
Monday - Friday
8.30am - 1.00pm
2.00pm - 5.00pm
8.30am - 12.00pm
Acez Instrument (S) Pte. Ltd 6867 7600
Monday - Friday
8.30am - 5.30pm
8.30am - 1.00pm
One Family Food Centre 6268 3872
Monday - Friday
6.00am - 7.00pm
6.00am - 6.00pm
6.00am - 4.00pm
Sakra Minimart 9639 3593 Monday - Friday
10.00am - 5.00pm
La Vela Restaurant & Café 6266 1933
Monday - Friday
9.00am - 4.30pm
New Developments @ Jurong Island
Towards a Smoother Traffic Flow at Jurong Island Checkpoint
In anticipation of the increase in traffic into Jurong Island due mainly to the various expansion and
construction projects, JTC had embarked on various traffic measures leading through the Jurong Island
Checkpoint. These measures aim to provide smoother traffic without compromising on security of Jurong
Island and safety to the motorists. Some of the measures include :
· Introduction of Reversible Flow for inbound traffic at Jurong Pier Flyover
· Conversion of existing Checkpoint Vehicular Outbound Lanes to cater to Reversible Flow
· Conversion of part of Jurong Island Highway (immediately after the Checkpoint) to cater to Reversible Flow
· Conversion of the Departure Hall area into both Arrival and Departure
· Construction of additional bus alighting and boarding bays
· Addition of 11 security clearance turnstiles at Arrival Hall
· Relocation of the Long Term Pass Office to 20 Jurong Pier Road
JTC will be implementing the reversible flow traffic scheme with effect from 28 Oct 2008, with operational
hours between 6:30am and 8:30am.
If you require any clarifications or assistance, please feel free to contact the Emergency Command Centre at
62681020. Thank you and we look forward to your continued support.
Wafer Fabrication and Advanced Display Park
Singapore’s semiconductor industry began in the 1960s, with the introduction of early assembly and testing activities.
Based on a report by the Strategic Marketing Associates in 2006, Singapore is ranked No. 2 by city after Hsinchu in
Taiwan and No. 6 by country after Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, US and China in terms of wafer fab production capacity.
The wafer companies in Singapore accounts for about 10% of the world’s foundry wafer output and holds 5% of worldwide
wafer fabrication capacity. In 2007, the semiconductor cluster generated S$36.2billion (US$24 billion) semiconductor
manufacturing output with a value-add of S$9.7billion (US$6.4 billion) and employs around 40,000 people.
The industry is currently supported by a vibrant ecosystem with 40 integrated circuit design companies, 20 chip
assembly and test plants, 8 Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMs) /Compound /Epitaxy Wafer Fabs, 14 silicon
wafer fabrication facilities as well as research Institutes and supporting industries.
There are 4 wafer fabrication parks and 1 advanced display park in Singapore. They are located in Woodlands, North
Coast, Tampines and Pasir Ris and occupy a total land area of 252.48 hectares.
Tampines Wafer Fab Park
Located in the eastern region of Singapore, near the Tampines Regional
Centre, this park benefits from the excellent road and rail links provided by the
Tampines Expressway and Tampines MRT station.
42.78 hectares of the 79.95 hectares of total land available in the park has
already been taken up by semiconductor companies like Chartered
Semiconductor Tampines (CSM Tampines), Singapore, Siltronic Singapore,
Siltronic Samsung Wafer, Formfactor and Qimonda.
Pasir Ris Wafer Fab Park
Situated in the eastern region of Singapore, this park is conveniently located close to the Tampines Re
is easily available, given its proximity to the Tampines Expressway and Pasir Ris MRT station.
Currently, about 18.88 hectares of the 59.63 hectares site has already been allocated. Established
Silicon Manufacturing and Soitec..
Woodlands Wafer Fab Park
This park is located in the northern region of Singapore, near the Woodlands
Regional Centre. It enjoys excellent connectivity to the city and airport via
the Marsiling MRT station and Bukit Timah Expressway.
About 28.33 hectares of the 48.5 hectares site has been allocated.
Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing, our home-grown semiconductor
company is an anchor tenant in the park, with five wafer fabrication plants on
site. The other occupants include TECH Semiconductor Singapore and First
DCS, which provides chilled water to the wafer fabrication companies in the
North Coast Wafer Fab Park
Located in the northern region of Singapore, the North Coast Wafer Fab
Park is situated close to the Woodlands Regional Centre, Admiralty MRT
Station and the Bukit Timah Expressway.
Out of the 21.0 hectares of total land available at the park, 0.67 hectares has
been allocated to Avago and 11.92 hectares has been allocated to IM Flash
Singapore, a joint venture between Intel and Micron.
Advanced Display Park
This park features a 35.0 hectares site dedicated to supporting the
advanced display industry. It is home to AFPD, which is fully-owned by
Toshiba and operates Singapore’s first Thin Film Transistor (TFT) – Liquid
Crystal Display (LDC) plant. The park is located in the vicinity of the
Tampines Regional Centre, Tampines MRT station and the Tampines
Fusionopolis @ one-north is envisioned to be a vibrant hotspot for R&D in the Infocomm and Media (ICM),
Science and Engineering industries. The 30-ha cluster, to be developed in phases, will be the catalyst for a
dynamic public-private partnership in these key disciplines. Fusionopolis will serve as the cradle of
knowledge where next generation applications are incubated and test-bedded.
With a vision on integration and fusion of industries, the ICT, Media, Science and Engineering industries
have been strategically housed within Fusionopolis, a world class research infrastructure and network. At
Fusionopolis, multidisciplinary research and partnerships will thrive in a mutually rewarding environment,
allowing scientists across industries, research institutes and businesses to collaborate in research projects
to pioneer the development of technology products and solutions. It is also the first work-live-play-learn
development in one-north. Residents can enjoy the benefits of living in chic and cosy apartments, excellent
connectivity with the one-north MRT station, one-stop entertainment hub with themed restaurants, a fitness
club as well as lifestyle retailers all under the same setting.
Phase 1 of the Fusionopolis is a 120,000 sqm development designed by internationally renowned Japanese
architect, the late Dr Kisho Kurokawa. The two-tower cum podium complex is the first integrated work-live-
play-learn development in one-north. It showcases work-live apartments, a state-of-the-art Experimental
Theatre (Genexis), the one-north gallery as well as amenities such as food and beverage and retail outlets,
a fitness club and a roof top swimming pool. Equipped with facilities like broadband connectivity, satellite
access and IT infrastructure, Phase 1 provides an ideal environment for both public and private research
institutes. Phase 1 is also an eco-friendly development which comes with a total of 13 sky gardens or "green
Fusionopolis Phase 1 was officially opened on 17 October 2008. Its tenants include the research institutes
under A*STAR (Science & Engineering Research Council (SERC), Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R),
Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC) and the Data Storage Institute (DSI)), the Media
Development Authority, SPRING Singapore, AFC Network Pte Ltd, Autodesk Asia Pte Ltd, Thales
Technology Centre (S) Pte Ltd, Vestas Technology R&D Pte Ltd, Seiko Instruments and Ubisoft Singapore
Phase 2A will yield 103,600 sqm of business park and R&D space, when it is completed in 2012. A massive
test-bed for new technologies, Phase 2A is designed to house dry and wet laboratories, clean rooms and
vibration sensitive test-bedding facilities. It will also see the setting up of Singapore's largest R&D clean
Phase 2B is a 50,000 sqm development designed by renowned "green" architect, Dr Ken Yeang. This green
and sustainable development will provide business park and laboratory space to house agencies and
companies that would form synergistic collaborations with those from Phases 1 and 2A when it is completed
A place where the finest in the media industry can thrive and grow. A place where content,
services and collaborations can be financed, produced, developed and traded to international
markets. A place where new media tools and applications can be created, tested and launched
to the world stage. It all begins here - Mediapolis @ one-north. Mediapolis is a unique
collaboration between four government agencies – the Media Development Authority, JTC
Corporation as the master developer, Infocomm Development Authority and the Economic
Development Board. When completed, Mediapolis will be a vital piece of Singapore's media
ecosystem and help elevate Singapore into a Trusted Global Media Hub.
Mediapolis is strategically located within one-north, a 200-hectares innovation and R&D hub. Mediapolis will be
a self-contained center of expertise that will house a media ecosystem comprising incubators, R&D activities,
content development, digital production, broadcasting, industry-responsive education, intellectual property and
digital rights management. These will be anchored by shared facilities such as sound stages, advanced digital
screen studios, sound recording studios and motion capture studios and services.
Mediapolis will focus on the development of high quality digital media content as well as R&D in interactive
digital media. It will be supported by a strong and robust IT infrastructure and a synergistic business
A 19-hectare plot within one-north has been earmarked for the development of Mediapolis. The development
will be demand driven by the industry and will be carried out in phases. When fully developed, there will be
business park space to house quality digital production and post production facilities. R&D laboratories located
within Mediapolis will also play a key role to boost R&D efforts in digital media technologies to capture the
increasing demand for innovative applications, services and devices. The master plan for Mediapolis @ one-
north was unveiled in December 2008.
Strategic location, efficient 24/7 operations, reliable physical and IT infrastructure, and excellent connectivity have made
Singapore a compelling global logistics hub and supply chain management (SCM) nerve centre. With over 3000
international and local logistics companies already located in Singapore, we are a key logistics hub in the Asia Pacific.
The logistics service sector is enjoying healthy growth from the continued development of the local manufacturing industry
and newly-identified high growth industry clusters in the biomedical and chemical industries.
Our position as Asia's leading distribution hub is supported by the presence of a myriad of companies that have
established regional distribution centres (RDCs) in Singapore, and our steadfast commitment to the industry continues
with investment in an integrated IT platform to support our world-class port and logistics hub
Supporting Singapore's goal to become the region's premier logistics hub, JTC has gone beyond providing mere
space for logistics businesses. A new generation of business solutions have been tailored for third party service
providers (3PLs), chemical logistics companies and companies requiring general warehousing. JTC aims to help
realise Singapore's vision as the leading integrated logistics hub in the Asia-Pacific region by providing best-value
industrial facilities, and facilitating value-creation in the industry through fostered partnerships.
Airport Logistics Park of Singapore (ALPS)
The 26-ha ALPS was officially opened in 2003 and is Singapore's first logistics
park with Free Trade Zone status. Leveraging on the excellent connectivity and
handling efficiency of Changi Airport, lessees and tenants in the park enjoy quick
turnaround for time-sensitive products and services. It also offers reduced cycle
times, administrative and manpower costs associated with import and export
procedures. Since its launch, an increasing number of logistics players in the
industry are recognising the advantages of locating in ALPS. To date, 18-ha of
land has been allocated. ALPS is currently home to world-class logistics players
like Menlo Worldwide Forwarding Inc, Bax Global Pte Ltd, Nippon Express
(Singapore) Pte Ltd, UPS SCS (Singapore) Pte Ltd and DHL Exel Supply Chain
Singapore Pte Ltd.
ALPS won the "Logistics Park of the Year" award at the Asia Logistics Awards
2006 ceremony held on 5 October 2006. The Asia Logistics Awards is an annual
event organised by Lloyd's Freight Transport Buyer Asia (FTB Asia) and aims to
recognise the leading players in various sectors such as freight transport, logistics
and supply chain management. Nominees for this award were judged based on
the following criteria: quality of park management; level of customer service;
location and access to transportation; park infrastructure; costs and tax
incentives. Although ALPS was up against strong contenders like AMATA and
Jebel Ali FTZ, it was selected as "Logistics Park of the Year" by an independent
panel of leading executives in the logistics industry.
Banyan and Meranti LogisPark
Located on Jurong Island, Asia-Pacific's premier integrated chemicals hub, Banyan
LogisPark and Meranti LogisPark provide a full spectrum of integrated logistics and
supply chain support for companies on Jurong Island.
For more information on the chemical logisparks on Jurong Island, please click here.
JTC also offers a wide array of land sites at various locations around Singapore.
Our sites are available in various sizes and are well served by infrastructure such as
power, water supply, sewerage system, telecommunications and an efficient
network of roads.
For more information on the various logistics parks, please click Changi, Toh Tuck &
Toh Guan and Clementi West.