Jamaica Logistics Hub: Leveraging the Power of Speed and Connectivity


By: Ainsley Brown

With a geo-strategic location, English speaking population, natural maritime endowments and robust digital infrastructure Jamaica is ideally suited as a global logistics hub.

Situated, as it is, at the center of the Western Hemisphere, as the closest English speaking country to the Panama Canal, and being traversed by several air and sea trading routes, Jamaica is well placed in the Hemisphere to offer a speedy north-south-east-west connectivity to access the global supply/value system. Coupled with its readily trainable populous, many deep water harbors, aviation and digital infrastructure; Jamaica stands ready to leverage the power of speed and connectivity.


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About Ainsley Brown

Ainsley Brown is currently working as the Director of Trade, Regulatory, Analysis & Policy for the Jamaica Special Economic Zone Authority (JSEZA) and is called to the Bar of Upper Canada (Ontario), Canada. His primary role is to provide technical advice on regulatory matters and trade matters to the CEO and team at JSEZA. He holds a LLM in International Commercial Law (with Merit) from the University of Westminster, having earned a diploma in law from London Metropolitan University and a BA (Hons) in Political Science from the University of Western Ontario. Ainsley is the Administrator of Commercial Law International and has an avid interest in logistics, global value chains; economic development; trade; commercial awareness; green energy; rugby; etc.
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