One and a half years into the lockdown, the industrial lands in Malaysia’s most industrialised state, Selangor, are still in good demand. One of the prominent industrial anchors, the District of Klang, has a long tradition as the country’s leading maritime player. Port Klang (formerly known as Port Swettenham) is at the forefront of shipping since the colonial days. Since then, more ports were built to cater for the increased demand of import and export activities, namely the Northport, Southpoint and the Westport.
One of the areas in the district, Pulau Indah, is the place to be now and in the future. Although this was a swampy backwater land since time immemorial, it was turned into an industrial area by the state government some years ago and is now showing a sterling performance. With the lure of the maritime capabilities of Port Klang (named the 12th busiest world port in 2018), Pulau Indah houses some of the most significant industrial facilities, such as shipyards and fabrication yards, as well as the manufacturing companies. Further, the district is the home of the country’s major glove manufacturers. Some are arguably among the biggest globally and are seeing a steady performance of industrial land sales amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
This article was written by Irhamy Ahmad, Founder and Managing Director of Irhamy Valuers International.
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