Working meeting leaders of the CMA-CGM shipping company with the Sub-Committee on Promotion of the Lázaro Cárdenas Port

Members of the Subcommittee on Promotion, headed by the Integral Port Administration of Lázaro Cárdenas, held a working meeting with leaders of the CMA-CGM Mexico shipping line in the capital of the country.

During this meeting, the operational advantages, projects and realities for the improvement of port infrastructure, the quality of services, rail and road connectivity, the efficiency and security offered to the foreign trade of the Port Lázaro Cárdenas were presented, as well as the results obtained during 2018 and the development expectations for this year.

The main objective is an approach to customers to meet and promptly meet the needs and concerns in order to increase transfers, since it is the line of business in which it has grown the most, in order to increase the transfer in both terminals The managers showed their satisfaction for the first level port infrastructure and the wide range of services that has positioned Lázaro Cárdenas on the international map of the port sector.

In addition, this port area stands out as the gateway for products from Asia to Mexico, the United States and Canada. It has a good connectivity with 15 states of the country. It is the fastest growing container port in Mexico and the USA. UU., Close to the main poles of economic activity.

The General Manager, the Operations Director, the Intermodal and Logistic Services Manager, Transportation Supervisor and Supply Manager of CMA-CGM were present on the line.

The members of the Subcommittee on Promotion who attended this important meeting were led by Mr. Raúl Antonio Correa Arenas, General Director of APILAC; Accountant Alfonso Pérez Martínez, Marketing Manager of APILAC; Juan Carlos López Flores of the Association of Customs Agents of Lázaro Cárdenas (AAALAC); Abelardo Lozano Herrera of the Association of Federal Freight Carriers of Lázaro Cárdenas (ATLAC); Yamile Sánchez of the company APM Terminals; Elias Chiprout Torres of the company Hutchison Ports LCT and Ana Laura Salazar Tello of the Kansas City Southern company in Mexico.

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