The park is expected to create over 10,000 direct and indirect job opportunities in the logistics sector while strengthening Jeddah Islamic Port’s pivotal position as a major maritime hub delivering top-tier services and increased throughput capacity, according to Mawani.
The logistics park spreads over 3 million m² and comprises three zones that include shared warehouses, medium-sized storage yards and single warehouses, and large storage yards and on-demand warehouses.
The park offers move-in-ready warehouses, storage yards, re-export zones, custom storage, logistics amenities, commercial units, residential units, and staff accommodation in addition to infrastructure like roads and green spaces as well as a host of other essential services.
Moreover, the various zones fulfill importers’ and exporters’ requirements of stocking multipurpose cargo, chilled and frozen goods, food commodities, and fragile goods.
The facilities also maintain high standards of safety and efficiency in addition to housing dedicated areas for administrative, commercial, and residential use as well as a one-stop services center.