Aparecida de Goiânia is a logistical boon for traders and shippers, thanks to its central location and four industrial clusters
The city and municipality of Aparecida de Goiânia is conveniently situated in the center of Brazil and serves as an ideal interregional connection point just 135 miles from the national capital of Brasília.
It boasts four main industrial clusters offering ideal storage and distribution points, namely the Distrito Agroindustrial de Aparecida de Goiânia (Daiag), Distrito Industrial (Dimag), Polo Empresarial Goiás (Goiás Entrepreneurial Center) and Cidade Empresarial (Business Park).
All four hubs are located along the BR-153, the north-south highway that connects the Brasília to São Paulo in the south and also to the northern port of Belem 1,250 miles from the capital, both cities in turn providing highly developed connections to all regions in the country.
The Aparecida de Goiânia stretch of the BR-153, which is also known as the Rodovia Transbrasíliana (Transbrazilian Highway), is a midway point for anyone travelling cross-country in almost any direction.
The exceptional geographical position of Aparecida de Goiânia is good news for businesses competing in any market, as having a base there means companies are only a few hours or days away from the consumers in all 5,560 municipalities of the nation.