Pacific Infrastructure is a holding company specializing in the development of port, transportation, and storage assets. Pacific Infrastructure aims to capitalize on infrastructure investment needs across multiple sectors in the Colombian market including: oil, hydrocarbons, mining, and general cargo.
Pacific Infrastructure was founded in 2008 to meet Colombia's growing need for advanced infrastructure development.
Colombia is a rising star in the Latin American economy. Colombia's pro-business environment makes it a stable place to invest. Colombia is a CIVETS country – a country that economists have described as a promising emerging market, favoured for its diverse and dynamic economy and young, growing population.
Puerto Bahia and Olecar are meeting unsatisfied demand. Puerto Bahia is the only publically accessible, large-scale port terminal in Colombia capable of handling the import and export of crude oil and derivatives. The 130 km Olecar crude pipeline connecting Puerto Bahía's facilities with Colombia's principal crude export terminal in Coveñas will reduce current oil transport bottlenecks, and allow for uninterrupted supply of crude oil for export.
Pacific Infrastructure and its affiliates promote a culture of integrity and commitment to governance processes.