Access to global market from an ideal location

  • Top 4 connectivity in the Latam Region, with direct flights to over 100 cities around the world
  • Direct flights to more than 100 cities worldwide
  • Ports with the capacity to move 4 million TEU´s per year

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Geographic location

Strategic location in the Caribbean

Strategically located in the midst of the American continent’s global maritime trade, with world-class logistics infrastructure and privileged air and sea connectivity, its central location is perfect for international corporations seeking easy access to the Americas, especially the United States.  Manufacturing and trade-oriented companies can reach the United States in 3 days by sea and 2 hours by plane. Additionally, service-oriented businesses benefit from being in the same time zone as the US East Coast (EST).

World Class Logistic Hub

With Free Trade agreements with 48 countries, including the United States and the European Community, the Dominican Republic is the ideal location to become the regional distribution center for local and multinational companies.

Business Process

Logistics Infrastructure

The Global Competitiveness Report, published by the World Economic Forum, has ranked the Dominican Republic as having the #1 Transportation Infrastructure in the LATAM Region.

Located on the Punta Caucedo peninsula, 25 Km east to Santo Domingo, and next to Las Americas International Airport, Multimodal Caucedo has become one of the most important ports in the Americas region.

Owned and operated by DP World, it is an international redistribution port, specialized in containers, with an area of influence that covers the entire Caribbean region.  Due to its strategic location on the north-south maritime routes, it connects North America with the east coast of South America, and the east-west routes, connecting the Pacific with Europe and the Mediterranean.

Among these facilities is the first logistics center located within a port terminal in the Caribbean region, as well as a free zone industrial park.

DP World Dominicana offers 3PL services, warehousing, manufacturing, logistics, a port terminal and airport facilities to provide efficiency, traceability, and global connectivity to its clients.

HIT (Haina International Terminals) is the port operating company that manages and develops the Río Haina Port.

Puerto Río Haina is a world-class, multipurpose port that manages logistics processes related to loading, unloading and dispatching of all types of merchandise in containers, break bulk, as well as solid, liquid and gas cargo.

The high levels of security, the privileged geographical location, the infrastructure improvements, combined with specialized and dedicated customer service, have allowed HIT to develop a unique offer for the Dominican Republic.

The HIT Logistics Center is conveniently installed in Rio Haina Port, enabling a perfect operational ecosystem for the development of the Dominican logistics epicenter.

Located in Santo Domingo, at 32 Km from the city center, Las Americas international airport (SDQ) is the main airport in the country and the busiest cargo hub in the Caribbean and Central America.

Since 2016, Aeropuertos Dominicanos Siglo XXI (AERODOM) has been part of the VINCI Airports global airport platform.  It manages and operates six airports in the Dominican Republic, under a concession contract granted by the State, which extends until 2030.

In 2023, AERODOM airports recorded 10.4% growth in passenger traffic, transporting 6.59 million people, and handling more than 193 million pounds through its cargo terminals.

Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ) is owned and operated by Corporación Aeroportuaria del Este, a private corporate international airport operated by Punta Cana Resorts & Club.

During high season, PUJ handles more than 500 weekly flights, occasionally exceeding 100 international flights during weekends, making it one of the most accessible destinations in the Caribbean.

Air Cargo Hub, operated by DP World Logistics, is in the Punta Cana Free Trade Zone at the Punta Cana International Airport.

The Cibao International Airport (STI) is 15 minutes from the bustling city of Santiago de los Caballeros, the second largest city in the Dominican Republic. It provides easy access to the nearby cities of La Vega, Jarabacoa, Constanza, San Francisco de Macorís and Moca, as well as the free zones industrial parks located in the northern region of the country.

It is currently the third most crowded airport in the Dominican Republic, after Punta Cana and Santo Domingo airports, handling over 1,900,000 passengers per year.