Xuancheng, a city in East China’s Anhui province, situated a sci-tech innovation center in Shanghai’s Songjiang district on Wednesday.
Covering an area of 10,920 square meters, the Xuancheng (Shanghai) Sci-tech Innovation Center will open in March, 2021.
The center will guide Xuancheng-based enterprises such as auto parts makers, intelligent manufacturers and new energy suppliers towards setting up research and development (R&D) facilities in Shanghai.
It will also attract outstanding start-ups by offering them supportive policies and incentives.
The center is a major part of the industrial integration center of the G60 Science and Innovation Corridor, a high-tech manufacturing zone connecting Shanghai and eight other cities in the Yangtze River Delta including Xuancheng.
The industrial integration center of the G60 Science and Innovation Corridor is a landmark project under the Yangtze River Delta region’s integrated development strategy. It will allow enterprises in the G60 Corridor to set up their headquarters or R&D facilities in Shanghai and manufacturing divisions in their local places.