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Pyeongtaek City

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Business Location Conditions

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South Korea's no. 1 city for handling the import and export of vehicles for five consecutive years
Management Award winner in the category of the economy at the 2015 South Korean Local Governments Awards No. 1 city
in Gyeonggi-do for creating the largest area for industrial complexes Pyeongtaek creates new values and
attractions and a combination thereof, and offers an excellent business location environment and industrial infrastructure.

Industrial environment

  • World-class sophisticated industry production hub (currently housing the country's largest companies, including Samsung and LG Electronics)
  • Foreign business investment hub (exclusive foreign-invested industrial complex)
  • Development of Pyeongtaek Port's type 2 hinterland
  • Global business environment and best residential environment (Godeok International New City)
  • Complex global tourist resort (Pyeongtaek Lake Tourist Complex)
  • Provision of domestic and international land, sea, and air transport systems
  • Tailored one-stop business support service

Transport Infrastructure

  • 3 airports (Incheon, Gimpo, and Cheongju) within a 1-hour ride
  • 2 ports (Pyeongtaek and Incheon ports)
  • 5 expressways (Gyeongbu, Seohaean, Pyeongtaek-Jechon, Pyeongtaek-Siheung, and Pyeongtaek-West Suwon expressways)
  • 5 railroads (Suseo-Pyeongtaek KTX, Gyeongbu KTX, Subway Line 1, Seohaean double-track subway, and Poseung-Pyeongtaek Port industrial railroad)
  • 7 national roads (1, 38, 39, 43, 45, 77, and 82)

Pyeongtaek Port

  • Best global business investment location conditions in the Yellow Sea Rim
  • An average water depth of 14 m during the low tide enables 50,000 or bigger-ton ships to enter and leave the port.
  • The shortest distance from China's coastal industrial belts
  • Global waterways connecting with the world, and well-developed inland-connecting transport infrastructure
  • The current 62 wharves will expand into 79 by 2020
  • Largest increase rate of cargoes handled among South Korea's ports