Partners from all four corners of the globe have come together to develop the largest infrastructure project on the planet in the form of The Port of the World or Puerto del Mundo in Hermosilla, Sonora, Mexico. We have been working diligently for the past several years to create a plan that is not only attractive but also realistic. We have sought the knowledge and experience of industry leaders from around the globe to create what will surely become the 8th wonder of the world. We invite you to digest the following information and present us with any questions or comments. Thank you in advance.
Charged with promoting the region’s aviation, maritime, commercial and industrial interests, the Port’s mission is to enhance the region’s economy and quality of life by providing efficient cargo and air passenger access to national and global markets. While the mission describes what the Port does, the vision is an aspirational statement of what the Port wants to become over the next 5 to 10 years. Supporting its mission, the Port’s vision is to be a prominent, innovative economic development engine while stewarding the region’s community and environmental best interests.
The Port of the World or Puerto del Mundo, "Mexico’s Port" and the premier gateway for international commerce, will be in Mexico on the Gulf of California just miles south of Tucson, Arizona. This intermodal seaport will not only create a global, competitive edge for Mexico with record-setting cargo operations, but it will also create groundbreaking environmental initiatives, progressive security measures, diverse recreational and educational facilities, and an emerging, world-class economy in the region. The Port of the World will encompass 9,353 acres of land along 7 miles of waterfront. That is 4 TIMES the size of the World’s current busiest port, The Port of Shanghai. It will feature dozens of cargo terminals, including automobile, break bulk, container, dry and liquid bulk, multi-use, refrigerated and warehouse facilities that will handle trillions of dollars’ worth of cargo each year. The Port of the World will be larger than all of Mexico's 5 major ports, The Port of Long Beach, The Port of Los Angeles and The Port of Seattle-Tacoma...combined. The Port of the World will directly employ approximately 3,000,000 people and create another 1,000,000 jobs in Mexico. The overall global impact will be approximately 5 million jobs!