The Mauritius Freeport is a duty-free logistics, distribution and marketing hub for the region. Logistics and warehousing facilities are readily available for the transhipment, consolidation, storage and minor processing of goods.
A Freeport Company is incorporated and registered under the Companies Act 2001 and which holds a Freeport licence issued by the Board of Investments. The Company needs to have a minimum of one shareholder and no minimum capital is required for setting up the Company.
Freeport Companies must also be registered with the customs department at the computer section to submit electronic declarations for the movement of goods to and from Freeport zone
The excellent infrastructure and efficiency in customer relationship has played an important part in the continuing growth and success of the Mauritius Freeport.