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200 ha agricultural park planned in Inner Mongolia

Over 200 hectares of greenhouses are to appear at a newly constructed agricultural industrial park in Inner Mongolia. With a total investment of 5 billion yuan and a planned total area of 3,088 mu (205.87 hectares), the park will focus completely on modern farming and growing tomatoes.

Project constructor Kingpeng says the project will bring the whole industrial chain together, from the preparation and maintenance of agricultural facilities and equipment to logistics, research, development, and demonstration activities, with events like exhibitions and tours. The growers will use big data to track farming.

"The ultimate goal is to establish a systematic, internally recyclable, sustainable, and integrated modern agricultural industrial park that harmoniously merges the three primary industries: industry, tourism, and health."

"As people's demand for food safety, environmental protection, and sustainable development grows, modern agricultural industrial parks are attracting more attention and favour due to their green, ecological, and efficient attributes", the team with project constructor Kingpeng says. "The modern park, which relies on the innovative industrial structure of 'agriculture + cultural tourism and health care complex,' strives to deliver mutual benefits to enterprises and the community, fostering a win-win situation for all involved. Its objectives include making regional agriculture more competitive, driving agricultural transformation and modernization, elevating quality and efficiency standards, elevating farmers' incomes, and ultimately spearheading rural revitalization."

Kingpeng is a domestically prominent and internationally renowned comprehensive service provider in high-tech horticulture, which has embraced technological innovation as the driver of its development. "We have created an optimal growth environment for plants through intelligent solutions."

As they adhere to the principles of "actions speak louder than words" during the construction process and focuses on establishing an operational framework that targets specific tasks, assigns projects, delineates responsibilities, and oversees performance evaluation. "We're committed to completing tasks with confidence and determination. We strive to expedite the commissioning and operational effectiveness of the project and have earned the recognition of our clients through our professional services."

For more information:
Beijing Kingpeng International Hi-tech Corporation
7th floor, Advanced Material Building, Feng Hui Zhong Lu
Haidian District, Beijing, China, 100094
Tel.: +86 58711536
Email: [email protected]

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