Logistics Assets

The port conglomerate at both entrances of the Canal allows the movement of millions of TEUs annually through the most important shipping lines, connecting the five continents. In recent years, a robust air transport platform has been developed, attracting numerous players from the transportation and logistics industry, who have established large-scale operations using Tocumen International Airport as their cargo and passenger hub. Currently, numerous expansion projects are underway with the purpose of further expanding and enhancing the network of airport services, both internationally and domestically. These projects aim to strengthen the airport’s infrastructure and capacity, ensuring its position as a strategic point in global connectivity.

Colon Free Zone and Panama Pacifico Area are two examples of Special Invesment Regimes dedicated to merchandise reexporting and promoting high-tech activities leveraging the transport connectivity to other countries and a variety of fiscal, migratory and labor benefits.

These logistics nodes interact among them and facilitate the flow of goods and passengers by using the existing local network that includes a railroad and a road and highway system.

The logistics assets are initially categorized in few groups: seaports, airports, special economic zones, logistics parks and railroad.