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SEZ stands for Special Economic Zones.

The Special Economic Zones are the future of the Mezzogiorno production facilities: connected to the territory that generates them, they dialogue on an equal footing with the European and non-European economic realities, ready to welcome medium to large settlements. Two such areas have been identified in Puglia: Ionian Zones and Adriatic Zones. Setting up your company in a SEZ means taking advantage of advantages and benefits.

Single Authorization

Single Authorization

Unified procedures, administrations gathered in a service conference, an extraordinary Commissioner: only one authorisation to set up the company.

'SUA'

'SUA'

The Sportello Unico Amministrativo (one-stop administrative services desk) to ensure a single access point for businesses, not offices, spread across the territory.

Fast and peremptory deadlines

Fast and peremptory deadlines

The administrations involved in the procedures have a non-extendible time limit to express their opinion. After which the principle of tacit consent applies.

Tax Credit

Tax Credit

Up to 100 million, including for the purchase of real estate.

Investments

Investments

Cumulative with tax credit for investments in capital goods 4.0

IRAP<br />
(Regional Income Tax)

IRAP
(Regional Income Tax)

Remodelled for companies investing in the area.

Incentives

Incentives

Each region provides incentives for entrepreneurs who invest in SEZ.

Adriatic Interregional SEZ

The Adriatic interregional SEZ includes, on the Puglia side, the ports of Bari, Barletta, Brindisi, Manfredonia, Molfetta and Monopoli and the production areas grouped around the main production centres of Bari, Brindisi, Lecce, Foggia and Barletta. Also other logistics infrastructures, such as the airports of Foggia, Bari and Brindisi, the regional freight terminal of Puglia and the logistics platform of Incoronata.

Ionian Interregional SEZ

The Ionian interregional SEZ covers a total of 2,579.41 hectares, of which 1,518.41 in Puglia. For the Puglian part, it focuses on three main logistical hubs: the port of Taranto, Grottaglie airport and the intermodal centre in Francavilla Fontana.