Manzanillo International Terminal – Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives

Manzanillo International Terminal (MIT) is a transshipment container terminal serving Panama and the world, dedicated to container handling and storage. MIT contributes to business and environmental sustainability through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). We invest in the growth of our human capital and the development of the community. We align our business strategy and operations with the principles of universal sustainability, interconnecting Social, Environmental, and Governance Practices.

MIT has a Corporate Volunteer Program where employees serve their community, with opportunities to improve their quality of life. Since MIT began operations in 1995, has believed in Colon and its people, not only by recruiting and training residents but also by investing in their well-being and social welfare. We are considered an organization dedicated to generating prosperity and sustainable values.

At MIT, we have a corporate governance system that allows us to implement the 10 principles established by the United Nations, and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, through which initiatives, policies, programs, and projects are developed and incorporated into the business strategy. The efficiency of our services, high productivity, and our commitment to service our stakeholders are driving forces behind our business towards social responsibility.

MIT is an integral part of the Colon community and, due to its commitment to significant social changes in the region, continuously contributes alongside strategic allies to the development of Colon society. Contribution includes areas such as Education, Health, Sports, Culture, and the Environment.