Posted on 2017-04-24
The Tocumen International Airport Free Zone is designed to serve as a port of import, export and transit of high value merchandise
The air freight transport in Panama is becoming more consolidated, so the administration of the Tocumen International Airport, today launches its new development proposal called "The Multimodal Zone".
With an initial investment of $ 11 million, the main goal of 'The Multimodal Zone' is to reinforce the components that make up the country's logistics platform, offering an efficiently coordinated service to global commerce. This Multimodal Zone is characterized by making available to users an efficient operating complex that includes a Logistic Zone under the Free Zone regime, allowing logistic and industrial activities of added value; In addition to the modernization in the services and infrastructure of the current Cargo Terminal.
The increase in operations at the Tocumen cargo terminal, the excellent connectivity and high passenger traffic registered by the Hub of the Americas; Together with their geographical location, shape the Multimodal Zone as the integral solution for national and international companies that require first-class infrastructures and services for their logistics and manufacturing operations. The Tocumen International Airport Free Zone is designed to serve as a port for the import, export and transit of high value merchandise, including technology equipment, pharmaceuticals, perishable goods, parts and spare parts. Nature need to be transported in the shortest possible time.
With profitability ranging from saving costs, increasing productivity and operational efficiency of users. In addition, this Zone offers tax, labor, migration and business stability benefits.
Source: Revista SummaTweet
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