The country’s economic zones, road network and the Port of Cotonou are key enablers of trade flows across the region, offering access to the sea for many neighbouring landlocked countries (Burkina Faso, Niger, Mali & Chad).
Glo-Djigbe Industrial Zone (GDIZ) is a 1000-Hectare Industrial Zone owned jointly by the Government of Benin and ARISE IIP and dedicated to the local processing of agriproducts.
The industrial park is just 45 Km from Cotonou and is being developed on the model of an integrated business city and concept of WORK – LEARN- LIVE & PLAY.
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