ScandAsia Magazine – Newsletter

Magazine covering Scandinavian residents in Southeast Asia. The magazine is distributed free of charge in the entire region to all Danish, Swedish, Norwegian and Finnish companies on their business address and individuals and their families on their home address.


Suzhou Industrial Park – SIP – Suzhou

Located in Suzhou, a city known as “the paradise on earth”, China Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park (SIP) is an important economic cooperation project between Chinese and Singapore government. It’s around 80km from Shanghai and has been well linked by highway and railway. The jurisdiction area is 288 sq km with a planned residential population of 1.2 million. Up to now, SIP has attracted more than 4900 foreign-invested enterprises, including 86 Fortune 500 MNCs investing 137 projects and over 18000 domestic companies. Danish companies in SIP: Asia Base, Carl F. International, GPV, Grundfos, Heco, Nilfisk, Rosti.

Xuzhou (National) Economic and Technological Development Zone (XEDZ)

Xuzhou is located in the northwestern part of Jiangsu Province with 2 1/2 hours with high speed rail to either Beijing or Shanghai and 1 hour to Nanjing. XEDZ boasts among equipment manufacturing, alternative energy, bio-pharmaceutical and electronic industries. International companies established in XEDZ are Caterpillar, Saint-Gobain and ThyssenKrupp. Danish companies established in XEDZ: Vestas, Jensen, Haarslev and Vink.

Nordic Industrial Center – NIP – Ningbo

Ningbo is located 2 1/2 hours drive south of Shanghai across the Hangzhou Bay Bridge. NIP consist of both NIP assambly facilities and NIP Business Center. Being a full service and facility provider they support Nordic businesses entering China. With a combined management experience of more than 40 years NIP has supported more than 50 international companies establishing themselves in China and starting-up operations here. Danish companies establised in NIP: Atlas Incinerators, Barker Joergensen, Dali, Den-Jet, Hagens Springs, Hentech Solutions, Lemvigh-Muller, Logitrans, Mita Teknik, Naesby Maskinfabrik/NMF, AH Industries, Invactor, NCO, RMG Steel, Tajco and Union Engineering.

Foreign Economic and Trade Cooperation Bureau of Haiyan

Haiyan County locates in the southeast of Changjiang Delta – app. 100 km away from Shanghai. After more than 20 years development, Haiyan industry economy has formed a local-featured systematic economy full of many different enterprises, ranging from mechanical components, textile, paper kating, electronic metering to new construction material and other key industries. International companies established in the area are: Shide Incorp, Ji’an Paper, Sanderan Fasteners, Krause Maffei and Pacific Power. Danish companies established in Haiyan: Danfoss Group

Danish-Chinese Business Forum

Danish-Chinese Business Forum (DCBF) is an independent, executive, non-profit organisation based in Copenhagen, Denmark that aims to strengthen commercial ties between Denmark, Southern Sweden and China. They acts as enabler of knowledge exchange among companies and organisations with a common interest in Chinese business relations.