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Warri Industrial Park

The WARRI INDUSTRIAL PARK will be a modern environment friendly mixed-use industrial park covering an area approximately 300 hectares in total size. The park will provide a range of services for both industrial and service companies.

The public presentation of the draft master plan for Warri Industrial  Park was held on the 18th of February 2010, at the government house annex, Warri, Delta state.

The Warri Industrial Park described as the Touchstone of the industrialisation programme by the Delta state Governor is expected to impact on the economy of Delta and the country. The underlying vision for this park is to ensure that impediments and constraints businesses face are reduced.

The project will adopt the model of creating or facilitating industrial and business clusters, and seek ways to encourage greater efficiency and maximization of resource management. The availability of common services in the park from sewage, power, water supply and other infrastructure will reduce cost.

 The other benefit of building a Park such as this is that it will create employment opportunities for the people. Employment, from the highly skilled to semi-skilled are created. So there will be something for people to do, from the construction to final opening of the place. It’s not just employment that will come out of this, new towns will be created, and existing businesses will find they have new and sophisticated clientele to service. This project will stimulate rapid development in the city which might pose the additional challenge of a further expansion of the level of infrastructure.

Delta state government having been able to achieve peace in the region, with the amnesty in place,  programmes like the Warri Industrial Park will give hope to the  young people and  end  their feeling of despair, that  government  want to develop their  communities and grow the  economy .The people of Delta should  give Peace a chance. Because it is only when there is peace that business and investors can feel safe to come and be part of the community.

The project is expected to cost N 100 billion, the state government is scarcely in a position to fund this project alone and it is not even planning to do so. The private sector has a vital role to play, they are expected to be co investors and drive the project. The federal government will also play a major role, investing in it and granting several incentives and support. The International community, the International Oil Companies can be and in fact should be part of this; because they now have a programme that has a direct impact on the lives of the people and the communities in their area of operations.

The governor reiterated that if they want stability, security and progress in the Niger Delta region; they should invest in the Warri Industrial Park. The beauty of this initiative is that it has great possibility of succeeding and has the potential to give impressive returns to investors. Building this park and other supporting infrastructures is in the governments view the right way to achieve the aims of harnessing other resources available in Delta state. The vision of building a Delta without oil is an irreversible curse.

WIP will offer unique investment opportunities in free market environment. Incentives will be available to local/foreign investors.

See the Video below for a presentation on the industrial park :

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Find more details about the Warri Industrial Park at : http://warriindustrialpark.com http://warriindustrialpark.com

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