Currently the Gary J. Magrino Industrial Park is home to Custom House Brokerages, logistic based companies and both freezer and dry storage facilities. The Industrial park, in its final design has parcels as small as 1.0028 acres (Lots 8-13 that run N/S on Ave D to the East side of the Park) up to 14+ acre parcels located in the southeast corner. This design was purposefully done to attract larger, mid size and smaller scaled businesses that operate in the realm of trade, imports and exports whom utilize San Luis II to do so.
Weather you are in need of a warehouse facility on 5 acres or are an expanding custom brokerage and require solely an office with enough room to park your customers rigs, the Greater Yuma Port Authorities Economic Development strategy was an inclusive to various scales.
Recently, there has been an increased request for warehouse space with loading docks as well as open air storage. Ideally, a distribution facility would benefit from the Commercial Port's proximity due to the ease of access and facilitating travel for CBP should a Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) be required. Currently, Greater Yuma Economic Development Corporation facilitates and established the Foreign Trade Zones in the Yuma area. You can reach Greg LaVann, VP of The Greater Yuma Economic Development Corporation here.
Location is key when it comes to logistical routes and overall efficiency, this was a deciding factor to develop an Industrial area near the San Luis II Commercial Port of Entry when the idea and the need came to light in the late 1990's. Upon exiting the Commercial Port of Entry, drivers drive North on Avenue E and can either head east via SR-195 to reach the Araby Road Crossing allowing immediate access to I-10 or if the driver heads west, through Juan Sanchez blvd. will lead them through the town of San Luis and access to Highway 95 and Somerton. Both routes have access to the City of Yuma and are within vicinity of commercial fueling locations such as Loves , Cocopah Korner and RC Fueling.