MIT has developed infrastructures and areas to boost the movement of cargo through Panama as a logistic center for the Americas.
Investments in areas of added value for containerized cargo and heavy equipment allow shippers to establish distribution points from Panama to various countries to market their products efficiently and cost-effectively in the Caribbean and South America.
The MIT logistic park provides multinational companies facilities for sorting cargo, packaging, and re-packaging, labeling, storage, transit, and assembly
Logistic park customers benefit from the continuous movement of shipments from the container terminal to the logistic center within the same fiscal and customs zone, where merchandise inventories can be maintained in US dollars in a safe environment.
Panama's excellent multimodal infrastructure serves to support regional logistic operations by providing integrated rail, marine, and air facilities.
Panama's strategic location, which places us as the multi-line shipping hub of the world, as well as MIT's world-class productivity and its role as the trans-shipment hub in Latin America, make MIT's logistic park the right choice for supply chain management.
MIT has two areas especially designed to offer heavy equipment services to national and multinational companies interested in logistic solutions for both local cargo and transiting cargo.
These areas offer their customers a full operations infrastructure ranging from storage, maintenance, and repair of new or used units to include assembly of basic parts.
Each of these areas has a representative of the National Customs Authority on site to provide a more efficient handling process.
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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Compliance Statement
Effective Date: May 25, 2018
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