The Indonesian Delong Industrial Park, is a ferronickel and stainless steel industrial park developed by China's Jiangsu Delong Nickel Co., Ltd., with a planned area of 2,200 hectares and an output capacity of 3 million tonnes of ferronickel and 2.5 million tonnes of stainless steel . The industrial park was inaugurated in 2014, with two plants in Kendari and one in Morowali . The first and second phases of the project have been incorporated into the China-Indonesia "Belt and Road Initiative" key project list and the Indonesian national strategic project list . Phase one includes 500 hectares of land valued at US$1 billion, phase two project including 700 hectares of land and valued at US$2.5 billion of investment. The third phase of the project plans to build a ferronickel production line that is expected to process 13 million tonnes of nickel ore per year and has 1.8 million tonnes annual ferronickel production capacity, along with captive power plants, docks and other auxiliary facilities . In December 2021, Indonesian President Joko Widodo inaugurated the third phase of the project, the $2.7 billion ferronickel plant of PT Gunbuster Nickel Indonesia, a subsidiary of Jiangsu Delong Nickel Industry Co. Ltd. , . It was reported that the industrial park has provided 30,000 jobs for local people, accounting for 80 percent of the staff .