The region of Madrid is a perfect hub for monitoring the Iberian, (Spain and Portugal), European and North African markets, countries with high consumption potential and steady growth. Madrid has access to a potential market of 1.3 billion people: EU (500 million), Mediterranean (450 million) and Latin America (600 million).
Madrid is also the preferred location within Europe to do business with Latin America and to manage Latin American companies in Europe. 25% of the flights between the EU and Latin America originate, or arrive and depart from Adolfo Suarez-Madrid Barajas airport.
Spain is the second largest investor in Latin America, just behind the US; and 90% of Spanish multinationals operating in this part of the world are based in Madrid.
Madrid is at the center of a network of roads and railways that connect the entire Iberian Peninsula, and the rest of Europe, by land.
Barajas, located just 12 km from the capital and very well connected by subway, is the largest Spanish airport in cargo and passenger transport (ranking fourth in Europe in number of passengers, currently 53 million, and capable of handling up to 70 million).
Madrid has the largest inland maritime customs port in Europe, the Dry Port of Coslada, which facilitates the distribution of goods to the main maritime ports on the Iberian Peninsula. Thanks to intermodal transportation, many logistics companies in Spain are based in Madrid and currently represent more than 80% of the national turnover.