This is the biggest Freezone in South America. It covers 240 hectares, full of warehouses for the storage of the many varied goods which are sold here.
There is also a mall for the retail purchase of perfumes, electrical appliances, electronic goods, computer equipment, cigarettes, toys etc.
There are around 500 shops offering these products, and many others which are for sale both wholesale and retail.
It was opened on June 25, 1975, in order to create a center which would support the economic development of the area, particularly in generating employment and achieving economic integration.
It has become a location for nearby communities to exchange foreign goods which are also sold in Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay and Peru.