Lilly Releases White Paper "Panama’s Colon Free Zone: Challenges and Opportunities of a Logistics Hub"

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Shippers have long been hearing (and gearing up for) the massive expansion of the Panama Canal, known as the “Third Set of Locks.” As shippers continue to optimize their supply chains, many are discussing the plausibility of Panama as a warehousing and distribution hub.

As a result of the questions our customers we are hearing from our customers, we are excited to announce the release of Lilly & Associates International’s white paper “Panama’s Colon Free Zone: Challenges and Opportunities of a Logistics Hub.” The research explores the geography, international trends, Panama’s political and economic climate, unrest and inequality, infrastructure, economic fundamentals and labor force trends and laws.

The Panama Canal is gearing up for the expansion to accommodate larger vessels

Lilly & Associates International is no stranger to the subject; the Miami based freight-forwarder has found a niche in Latin American distribution. With a 100,000 square foot warehouse in the Colon Free Zone, the company coordinates global distribution to and from Colon, Panama.

To download the white paper, please click on the following link.


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Ashley has worked in the George W. Bush Presidential Administration in both the White House and DHS. She later worked as a policy advisor in the Senate and representing top retailers to the federal government at the premier retail trade association. Currently, she is the Head of Business Development at ShipLilly ensuring exceeded growth annually.

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