Ninestar Spends Millions on Employee Residential Project
Ninestar has signed an agreement with a world-class developer to construct its employee residential project.
Country Garden, the developer and operator of residential communities is ranked among “The World’s 500 Largest Public Companies” according to Forbes. In 2016, Country Garden’s residential property sales exceeded USD43 billion, covered approximately 37.47 million square meters, and ranked among top three real estate enterprises globally.
Back on December 24, 2019, Ninestar spent RMB¥634 million (US$91.95 million) on buying land with an area of 78,084.21 square meters in Pingsha Town, Zhuhai dedicated for employee residential use. The land is only 3.5 kilometers away from brand new Ninestar’s high-end Printer Manufacturing Base and is expected to shorten employees’ commuting time to just 10 minutes.
The construction of the employee residential project will commence on September 1, 2020.
Cost of living often is top of mind for talents considering locating for work. Ninestar’s development on this project aims at attracting and retaining more talents by providing them with satisfactory and affordable housing. Ninestar hopes this would result in the company’s sustained success and more happy staff.
The Ninestar Corporation celebrated its twentieth birthday on June 28, 2020, and claims it is using this anniversary to not only be recognized as the leading firm in the third-party supplies industry but to also be a leader in caring for its staff
Ninestar’s G&G-branded products are recognized around the world for their superior performance and reliability, environmental benefits thanks to its investment in its loyal employees.
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