Logistics parks in Panama have experienced development driven by both local and international investors, who have capitalized on the advantages of existing multimodal facilities and the country’s outstanding connectivity with various regional markets. The strategic selection of locations for these parks has been based on accessibility to ports, special economic zones and airports, ensuring favorable conditions to carry out key activities such as the distribution and storage of products.
The logistics park market in Panama is predominantly characterized by the presence of warehouses and warehouses. According to the Colliers Report corresponding to the second quarter of 2023 for the industrial, market, there are around 70 logistics parks, including those under special regimes such as ZLC (Colón Free Zone) and Panama Pacifico, among others, with a total inventory which exceeds two million square meters.
Regarding active construction, the data reveal that the sectors of Pacora (27%), Tocumen, Mañanitas (23%), and Juan Díaz (24%) in the East, as well as Panamá Pacífico (19%) in the West , concentrate 91% of the inventory in development. This geographical distribution reflects a clear trend towards the expansion and consolidation of logistics parks in strategic areas of the country, highlighting the importance of these logistics nodes for the efficient management of supply chains and commercial activities in the region.