The Dominican Association of Free Zones (ADOZONA) is the business association that represents industrial parks and free zone companies in the Dominican Republic. It is a non-profit non-governmental entity, made up of Special Free Zones Companies, Associations of Free Zones Companies and Operators of Private Industrial Parks, located throughout the national territory.

Free Zone businessmen interested in having an Institution that is responsible for representing and defending the interests of the sector in search of an adequate climate for their development joined on August 8, 1988 to form the Dominican Association of Free Zones, Inc., recognized by Decree No. 579-88 of December 18, 1988.

The Association is directed by the General Assembly of Partners and administered by the Board of Directors composed of 15 members and advisors elected every 2 years, which is assisted in its functions by an Executive Vice Presidency and by the Economy and Project Development, Legal units and Administrative.


Represent the country’s free zone companies, promoting their development and their competitive insertion in international markets.


To be the leading private sector organization that positions free zones as the main economic sector of the country and that contributes significantly to placing the Dominican Republic as an ideal destination for the investment and production of goods and services.




In order to preserve the interests of its members, ADOZONA is an active part of the following Joint and Private Councils of governmental institutions and national and international business associations: