Taichung, July 28 (CNA) The total revenue of all factories in the Central Taiwan Science Park (CTSP) rose to NT$522.1 billion (US$16.8 billion) last year, setting a new record high, CTSP Administration Director General Wayne Wang (王永壯) said Monday in a ceremony marking the 12th anniversary of its establishment.
The Central Taiwan Science Park has five parks including three fully developed parks in Taichung (台中), Houli (后里) and Huwei (虎尾), another park under construction in Erlin (二林) and the Advanced Research Park in Nantou (南投), occupying a total area of 1,708 hectares.
As 92% of the total land available in the three developed parks has already been rented, the supply of standard factory buildings in the CTSP is unable to meet the demand, according to the CTSP Administration.
In the ceremony, the CTSP Administration granted awards to those manufacturers that excelled in innovation and advanced high-tech development last year. [FULL STORY]