Industrial parks and free zones are specific types of economic zones that are designed to attract and facilitate investment in manufacturing, logistics, and other industrial activities. Industrial parks typically consist of a designated area of land where multiple industrial companies operate in close proximity to each other. They provide a range of services and infrastructure, such as factories, warehouses, offices, and transportation networks, that help industrial businesses operate more efficiently and cost-effectively. Free zones, also known as free trade zones, are designated areas where goods can be imported, exported, and manufactured with reduced or eliminated customs duties and taxes. They are promoted by governments to attract foreign investment and stimulate international trade. Free zones typically offer investors a range of incentives, such as exemption from certain taxes and streamlined customs procedures. They provide a unique environment that is conductive to international trade and investment by offering a range of benefits that are not available in other areas.