The 250ha Caracol Park is designed as a globally competitive industrial space addressing the impediments that deterred investment and business growth in Haiti in the past. The Park will provide:

  • Factory shells at competitive rental rates built to international standards
  • Efficient private management, but secure ownership by the Haitian Government
  • A dedicated onsite power plant with sufficient backup capacity to ensure consistent power supply at competitive tariffs
  • Adequate quantity and quality of water to support the needs of industrial laundries and fabric dye houses
  • A state of the art waste water treatment plant built to the highest environmental standards
  • Engagement by the ILO's "Better Work" initiative to ensure labor rights are protected
  • The Haitian Apparel Center with capacity to train 2,000 sewing operators per year
  • A new highway to connect ports and nearby cities in Haiti and the DR
  • Modern telecommunications infrastructure
  • 5,000 new homes in surrounding communities in convenient commuting distance of the Park
  • Modernized port facilities that meet the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS) and offer short transit times to the U.S. of 3-4 days.
  • The International Airport at Cap Haitian with daily flights to Port Au Prince and Santo Domingo and four flights weekly to Ft Lauderdale and Miami.
  • Industry experts in apparel manufacturing, sourcing and supply chain management to consult with retailers' sourcing departments and answer technical questions
  • A new university under construction three miles from the Park