Koh Kong Province, sharing a convenient border with Thailand and with easy access to Bangkok, is an attractive location for the manufacturing needs of international companies.

Japanese car parts supplier Yazaki Corporation, garment factory KKN, and sports goods manufacturing company MIKASA Corporation all call the Koh Kong Special Economic Zone (KKSEZ) home – as does South Korea-based motor company Hyundai. Such prestigious companies understand the value of locating their local production needs in Koh Kong, and many others are following.

Development & Location

Set up with an investment of USD $60 million and high quality construction to meet the standards of Asian ‘blue chip’ companies, KKSEZ is laid out on a 335 hectare estate that prioritises production efficiency.

Staff quarters are close to hand and local and international transport links are already established, offering employment and convenience for hundreds of local residents.

National Road 48 connects Koh Kong Province with the rest of Cambodia and Vietnam, while the nearby Thai border has excellent road links in Thailand. This road infrastructure, not to mention Koh Kong Port, make KKSEZ a strategic location that offers efficient and inexpensive transportation of raw materials and finished goods to intended markets.