Zhongshan, called Xiang Shan (which means fragrant hills) in ancient times, is the hometown of Mr. Sun Yat-sen, a great revolutionist in modern China. Located in the south-central Pearl River Delta, Zhongshan covers an area of 1783.67 square kilometers with a resident population of 3,142,300 and over 800,000 overseas Chinese.
In 2011, Zhongshan government commemorated the 100th anniversary of the Revolution of 1911, and put forward a plan to establish the Tsuihang New Economic District in Mr. Sun Yat-sen’s hometown. In March, 2013, the new district was officially established.
In July, 2013, Zhongshan Sino-Swiss (European) Industrial Park (SSIP) was set up. The core section of the industrial park locates in the starting area of Tsuihang New District, with a planning area of about 7 square kilometers. SSIP will be an innovation driven, technology oriented, cultural integrated and ecological demonstrated platform, and aims at cooperation with Swizerland and other European countries in business and park construction
By July, 2106, SSIP has already introduced 18 projects, including SSM Textile Machinery, Globalglobal Certification Limited (Britain), PoolPak (US), and Angxin Technology. There are 8 European and American projects under discussion, covering fields including fields of healthcare technology, new energy, advanced equipment manufacturing, high-end electronic and information technology and modern services.
Sino-Swiss (European) Industrial Park
SSIP Innovation Center