Lebanon’s strategic location, free market economy and liberal financial environment have played a big role in attracting people to invest and opening businesses.

Lebanon is bordered by Syria from the north and east, while Cyprus is west across the Mediterranean Sea.
Its location at the crossroads of the Mediterranean Sea and Arabian hinterland helped it gain a key position in reference to the surrounding countries

Lebanon has a refined history with a special cultural identity of religious and ethnic diversity.

Beirut Port is one of the largest and busiest ports in the middle east. It is considered one of the most important shipping and container terminal in the region.

As well as, POB supports more than 50 countries in the world. It is well equipped with advanced machinery that facilitate the incoming and outgoing of cargo.

Also, POB is a HUB in the middle east. Meaning that, mother vessels arrive to Beirut port, unload the cargo and from there load them into feeders that distribute them to other countries.