Today, JTC constantly breaks new ground with pioneering projects that address and anticipate future industry needs.
The Jurong Rock Caverns look to subterranean depths to optimise land use; Seletar Aerospace and Tukang Innovation Park support the growth of new industry clusters in aerospace and promote innovation activities; CleanTech Park, Singapore's first eco-business park, offers unique clean technology features and serves as a "living lab" for the development of green technologies and sustainable urban solutions.
The Jurong Island Version 2.0 initiative aims to cut carbon emissions and enhance the competitiveness of the chemicals hub.
Even as JTC continues to transform the industrial landscape of Singapore, the organisation itself is ever changing. More than forty years after its establishment in 1968, JTC now manages 43 estates that cover 6,600 hectares of land area, providing 3.4 million square metres of ready-built space for 5,600 customers.
And that's just the first four decades. Moving on, JTC's tradition of excellence will be carried into the future and beyond.
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Moving into the Future
We constantly expand our innovation capacity so we can offer infrastructure facilities of a calibre that sets our city-state apart as an investment location.
Leveraging on the strengths of our industries, JTC hones Singapore’s competitiveness in the global setting by concentrating related businesses, suppliers and services in the same place, and providing access to highly-specialised economic inputs, thereby ensuring prompt speed of project implementations.
We take the lead in land optimisation methods, promoting cutting-edge projects and sustainable development initiatives, to secure a safe environment for future generations.
Moving into the future, JTC will continue to position itself as an industrial infrastructure innovator that creates value for its customers by developing the innovative and sustainable infrastructure solutions that they require.