Ordos Hi-tech Industrial Park celebrates five years of achievements
Updated: 2021-03-02 (chinadaily.com.cn) Print
Ordos Hi-Tech Industrial Park [Photo/Ordos Release]
Ordos Hi-Tech Industrial Park made significant achievements during the 13th Five-Year Plan period (2016-20).
Comprehensive strengthen improves
Over the past five years, the high-tech industrial park completed a total of 3.15 billion yuan in fixed-asset investment, an average annual increase of more than 15 percent.
The sales revenue increased from 520 million yuan to 2.78 billion yuan, an average annual increase of 86.9 percent.
The number of registered enterprises increased to 737. The growth rate of the number of market entities remained above 25 percent for five consecutive years, and the park cultivated 16 new high-tech enterprises.
Development position is clearer
The industrial park has built an industrial development framework with cloud computing big data, energy conservation, environmental protection and new materials as the leading industries and new energy, biomedicine and health industries as potential industries.
It is committed to building a national-level cloud computing center with a complete domestic professional infrastructure, the lowest operating cost, the most open development platform, the most diverse industrial forms and a complete industrial ecology.
Industry cultivation makes achievements
In the past five years, the industrial park has introduced more than 150 industrialization projects around its five leading industries and implemented more than 110 projects.
Several cloud computing big data projects have been completed and put into operation, and the actual operation of standard servers reached 219,000 sets.
Innovative development makes progress
The park has built the Ordos technology innovation and commercialization center, one autonomous region-level key laboratory, eight autonomous region-level enterprise R&D centers, three autonomous region-level inspection and testing institutions, two scientific and technological service demonstration institutions and 20 innovative carriers.
A total of 50 new technology-based small and medium-sized enterprises were cultivated, more than 600 new intellectual property rights were added, and nearly 400 new authorizations were added.