As an area undertaking the national mission of developing a group of emerging industries that are strategically important to China, Lingang is also home to a variety of technology-intensive industries including new energy, power equipment, large ship equipment, automobile and parts, offshore engineering, logistics engineering, construction equipment, civil aviation equipment as well as equipment remanufacturing. The total area is 65 sq. km. Currently, clusters that congregate leading companies, many of which are on the Fortune Global 500 list, from both home and abroad have already shaped in the Heavy Equipment Manufacturing Zone.
Shanghai Automobile Industry Corporation, or SAIC, has allocated the manufacturing of its two brands of Morris Garage and Roewe in the Zone. Shanghai Electric and SIEMENS are working on new energy equipment including nuclear power equipment and wind mill spades. CSSC-MES and VOLVO are working on ship engine development while Kalmar is making port machines. The Zone is also home to remanufacturing leaders including Caterpillar.