The Western Sydney Aerotropolis must be getting worldwide interest as another major international company signs up to be part of the project. Japanese giant and world’s largest company Hitachi based in North Ryde signed on with the NSW Government at a recent ceremony in Parliament House.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian joined senior Hitachi representatives at the ceremony, pleased with the support it can throw behind the Western Sydney Airport.
“Hitachi is one of the world’s largest companies operating across energy, construction, water and railway systems to defence, digital system, healthcare, technology and more,” Ms Berejiklian said.
“The Aerotropolis is a highly attractive investment opportunity and Hitachi is keen to participate.”
Minister for Western Sydney Stuart Ayres said getting Hitachi on board was another big coup for NSW which last month signed MOUs with two other Japanese giants, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and the Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group.
“Getting these big Japanese multinationals with their global networks is a major step in our efforts to help develop industry precincts around Western Sydney Airport,” My Ayres said.
Original article: ‘Hitachi joins an impressive list’ | Western Sydney Business Access, Parramatta (Dallas Sherringham), January 1, 2019
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