An industrial park built by Sonadezi Corporation in Châu Đức District, Bà Rịa-Vũng Tàu Province. — Photo sonadezi.com.vn
HÀ NỘI — The Việt Nam Rubber Group (VRG) has enjoyed the most income from leasing unused facilities and residential areas among all listed industrial zone developers.
Việt Nam’s largest rubber corporation logged a total of VNĐ9.28 trillion (nearly US$400 million) from leasing its properties to companies, ndh.vn reported.
The figure included VNĐ257 billion worth of short-term leases and VNĐ9.03 trillion worth of long-term leases, according to the firm’s third-quarter financial report.
VRG owns 16 industrial parks with a total area of more than 6,500 hectares. In 2021-25, the group plans to raise the total area of industrial parks to 15,000 hectares.
Idico Corporation earned nearly VNĐ6.2 trillion from receiving pre-payments from customers to use its facilities in Phú Mỹ, Nhơn Trạch, Mỹ Xuân and Quế Võ industrial zones.
Idico is developing a plan to deploy 10 industrial parks nationwide with a total area of 3,270 hectares, most of which are located in the southern region.
Other listed industrial zone developers such as Sài Gòn VRG Investment Corp, Sonadezi, Nam Tân Uyên and Viglacera also posted big gains from leasing unused industrial parks’ facilities.
Sài Gòn VRG Investment Corp saw its leasing revenue up 11 per cent year-on-year to VNĐ5.93 trillion from VNĐ5.32 trillion, while Sonadezi raised leasing income by 8 per cent year-on-year to VNĐ4.26 trillion.
Companies seeking vacancies at industrial parks often make full pre-payments for their entire terms to ensure their operations at the parks are stable, according to ndh.vn.
Therefore, leasing incomes will be definitely recorded and declared in the industrial park developers’ quarter-end financial reports.
Listed industrial park developers have seen their share prices rocket in recent weeks on expectations foreign companies will move their plants to Việt Nam amid the US-China trade war.
Since July 31, VRG shares – listed on the Hồ Chí Minh Stock Exchange (HoSE) as GVR – have increased by a total of more than 110 per cent to VNĐ20,050 apiece on Friday.
Sonadezi shares – traded on the Unlisted Public Company Market (UPCoM) as SNZ – have soared more than 42 per cent since late July to end last week at VNĐ30,800 apiece.
Nam Tân Uyên shares (UPCoM: NTC) surged nearly 112 per cent in the same period to VNĐ256,800 apiece ending last week.
Viglacera stock (HoSE: VGC) jumped nearly 48 per cent in the same period to VNĐ27,800 per share on Friday. — VNS