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List of industrial parks by size

List of industrial parks or estates by land area:

  1. Khalifa Industrial Zone, Abu Dhabi (Kizad), United Arab Emirates. When completed, the 418-square-kilometre (161 sq mi) Kizad site will become one of the Middle East's largest industrial free-trade and non-free trade zones[1]
  2. Alberta's Industrial Heartland, Edmonton Capital Region, AB, Canada – 78,550 acres (318 km2)[2] (planned use)
  3. KAEC Industrial Valley, King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC), Saudi Arabia. The new logistics and manufacturing hub on the Red Sea and the new gateway to the GCC and East Africa, spreads over 55 square-kilometer. [1]
  4. Nisku Industrial Park, Leduc County, AB, Canada. 2,044 hectares (20.44 km2; 7.89 sq mi) (over 400 businesses and more than 6,000 workers)[3]
  5. Cedar Crossing Industrial Park 15,000 acres, in Houston, TX[4] 15,000 acres.
  6. Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center 15,000 acres, in Reno, NV[5] 15,000 acres.
  7. MidAmerica Industrial Park 9,000 acres, near Tusla, OK[6] 9,000 acres, located near Tulsa, OK.
  8. Great Southwest Industrial Park 7,000 acres, in Arlington, TX and Grand Prairie, TX[7] 7,000 acres
  9. KHEDCITY, Pune, Maharashtra, India – 4200 acres (16 km²)
  10. Burnside Industrial Park, Dartmouth, NS, Canada – 3,500 acres (14 km²)
  11. North West Industrial SDA, Saskatoon, SK, Canada – 3,350 acres (13.6 km²)
  12. Pureland Industrial Complex, Logan Township, NJ, USA – 3,000 acres (12 km²)[8]
  13. Trafford Park, Manchester, United Kingdom - 3,000 acres (12 km²)
  14. Lakewood Industrial Park, Lakewood, NJ, USA – 2,200 acres (8.9 km²)
  15. CenterPoint Intermodal Center, Elwood, IL, USA – 2,050 acres (8.3 km²)
  16. Parque Industrial Pacifico, Tijuana, BC, Mexico – 1,350 acres (5.4 km²)
  17. Cherry Hill Business Park, New Lenox, IL, USA – 1,000 acres (4.0 km²)
  18. Cabot Business Park, Mansfield, MA, USA – 900 acres (3.6 km²)
  19. Bin Qasim Industrial Park, Karachi, Pakistan – 900 acres (3.6 km²)
  20. Caracol Industrial Park, Caracol, Haiti – 600 acres (2.6 km²)
  21. Team Valley Trading Estate, Gateshead, United Kingdom – 650 acres (2.7 km²)
  22. Slough Trading Estate, Slough, United Kingdom – 600 acres (2.6 km²)
  23. Industrial Park Nitra-North, Nitra, Slovakia – 540 acres (2.2 km²)
  24. Green Valley Industrial Park, Naco, Santa Barbara, Honduras – 500 acres (2 km²)
  25. Chittagong Export Processing Zone, Chittagong, Bangladesh - 453 acres[9]
  26. Green Grove Industrial Park, Mtsensk, Orlovsky District, Russia – 347 acres (140 ha)
  27. Electronics City, Bangalore, India – 330 acres (1.3 km²)
  28. Korangi Creek Industrial Park, Karachi, Pakistan – 300 acres (1.2 km²)[10]
  29. Karnaphuli Export Processing Zone, Chittagong, Bangladesh - 222.42 acres[11]
  30. Technopark Kerala, Trivandrum, India – 180 acres (0.7 km²)
  31. Rachna Industrial Park, Lahore, Pakistan – 174 acres (0.7 km²)
  32. Marble City, Lahore, Pakistan – 174 acres (0.7 km²)
  33. Genesis Industrial Township, Palghar, Maharashtra, India – 150 acres (0.6 km²)

References

  1. ^ [2]
  2. ^ Alberta Industrial Heartland
  3. ^ "About Leduc County".  
  4. ^ http://www.cedarcrossingtexas.com/
  5. ^ http://www.tahoereno.com/overview/
  6. ^ http://www.maip.com/overview.php
  7. ^ http://www.bizjournals.com/dallas/blog/2012/11/great-southwest-leads-list-of-biggest.html
  8. ^ http://www.purelandindustrialcomplex.com/history.htm
  9. ^ "Chittagong Export Processing Zone". BEPZA. Retrieved 10 January 2013. 
  10. ^ "National Industrial Parks Development & Management Company, Pakistan". 
  11. ^ "Karnaphuli Export Processing Zone". BEPZA. Retrieved 10 January 2013. 

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