Gerardo Caballero Montoya, new president of the Local Association of Customs Brokers of Ciudad Juarez
As of August 1st, 2017, Luis Ernesto Rodriguez Gil was appointed as the first vice president of the Confederation of Associations of Customs Agents of the Mexican Republic, a highly relevant position within the structure of the National Executive Committee.
In his new position, he collaborates with Ricardo Zaragoza Ambrosi, customs agent of Nuevo Laredo and president of the Confederation of Associations of Customs Brokers of the Mexican Republic.
“He started this new stage of the confederation under the leadership of Ricardo Zaragoza and we joined customs agents from all over the country in the Executive Committee to support it in its projects during the following years,” said Luis Ernesto Rodriguez Gil.
He indicated that a reform to the Customs Law is in plans, that will enter the Legislative Power and where the customs agents has much to contribute, besides the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement, of which they are part of the called “Next Room” to comment on all issues related to customs and regulations in Mexican customs.
By CAAAREN statutes, Luis Ernesto Rodriguez Gil will not continue with his position of president of the Local Association of Customs Brokers of Ciudad Juarez, reason why the first vice-president, Gerardo Caballero Montoya happened to occupy the presidency of the customs agents in Ciudad Juarez.
“I am adapting myself to the position and following up on what Luis Ernesto Rodriguez Gil implemented during his term. I will give continuity to the work done so far and hope that all the objectives are met as planned. I will work for the common good of the customs agents,” said Gerardo Caballero Montoya.
Carlos Yates, director of ProMexico in the State of Chihuahua, emphasized that they will continue working together with the Cluster of Logistics and Foreign Trade of Chihuahua, now headed by Gerardo Caballero Montoya, new president of the Local Association of City Customs Brokers Juarez.