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Updated: 2014-11-20

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Six industrial clusters in the Urumqi state high-tech industrial zone

Urumqi state high-tech industrial zone adheres to the strategies of transforming competitive resources and playing the role of a state high-tech industrial zone to promote and lead related industrial development. The high-tech zone will make use of their advantageous resources of coal, natural gas, petroleum, wind power, and photovoltaic power in Xinjiang. They will cultivate pillar industrial clusters for energy transformation and accelerate industrial restructuring to realize sustainable development. So far, it has basically established six major industrial clusters for new energy, new materials, bio-medicine, the petrochemical industry, mechanical and electronics and deep processing of characteristic resources.

New energy and new materials

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The high-tech industrial zone will strengthen utilization of new energy sources, including solar energy and wind energy. It will form an enterprise cluster on the basis of nanometer materials, composite materials, new building materials, and chemical materials. For example, the new energy company has constructed China’s largest 150kw photovoltaic power station in Beitashan, which exports over 90 percent of solar battery packs to Germany and other countries. So far, the company, with 49 patents, has been confirmed by the State Intellectual Property Office among the three state patent pilot companies in Xinjiang.

Bio-medicine

The high-tech industrial zone will develop bio-technology and utilize characteristic Uygur medicine resources to cultivate a bio-medicine industry. It has introduced 20 pharmaceutical companies to date, including the Xinjiang Jointown Pharmaceutical Company, Huashidan Pharmaceutical Co, Ltd, Tefeng Pharmaceutical Co, Ltd, Ciconhabo Uygur Pharmaceutical Company, Xiyu Pharmaceutical Co, Ltd, Snow Lotus Uygur Bio-medicine Co, Ltd, Qikang Pharmaceutical Co, Ltd, and the Tycoon Group.

Petrochemical

The high-tech industrial zone will rely on the competitive petroleum, coal and natural gas resources in Xinjiang to exploit the regional and policy advantages. It has attracted leading energy companies, including PetroChina, Sinopec and Chinaoil, to establish businesses in the zone. Meanwhile, it will attract Shenhua Group, Yankuang Group and Henan Coal Industry to develop a coal chemical business in the industrial park, and foster new energy industries, such as coal-to-power, coal-to-gas and coal-to-oil. It will work with Kelamayi city and Kuche county to explore ways to set up sub-parks and develop a petrochemical industry.

Mechanical and electronic

The high-tech industrial zone will vigorously develop electronic information and advanced manufacturing businesses, including auto manufacturing, component production, and instrument and meter production. It has successively introduced the YTO Group Corporation, China International Marine Containers Group, Zhongtong Bus, TBEA, and Tianshan Motor to gradually set up related industrial clusters.

Deep processing of characteristic resources

The high-tech industrial zone will exploit Xinjiang’s advantageous resources for profound utilization of tomatoes, red flowers, snow lotuses, lavenders, medlars, hops, wind energy and solar energy. For example, Xinjiang Xiehe Natural Products Co, Ltd develops snow lotus and apocynum. Xinjiang China Color Cotton (Group) Co, Ltd develops natural color cottons. Xinjiang Jiangyu Green Nutrition Resources Research Institute develops lycopene and Xinjiang Svit Biological Technology Co, Ltd develops lavender.