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DICEX at the forefront of International Trade

Friday, February 8, 2019

Proudly Mexican and with more than 30 years of experience, DICEX offers innovative solutions for foreign trade. With 16 active customs patents in Mexico and the US and 29 offices, they have the capacity to provide a comprehensive service at all ports of entry.

Thanks to its six business units (Customs, Logistics and Transport, Distribution, Consulting, Information Technology and a trading unit, MexBuy) operating together under the motto INTEGRAL TRADE, they provide each of their clients with value added services to the supply chain, guaranteeing experience and confidence.

Combining ethical values ​​with the integration and improvement of processes is one of the main challenges in international trade; explained Luis Javier Cendejas Meneses, director of Institutional Relations of DICEX, to the students of the Faculty of International Trade of UPAEP.

Attending over 1,543 companies from all commercial sectors in Mexico and the United States, Cendejas Meneses mentioned the importance of not only ensuring the exchange of merchandise, but also of generating added value and guaranteeing quality to its customers. He stressed that in addition to mastering the procedures, the counselor in International Trade must be a professional who acts honestly and attentively with his client, so that more than an advisor, he becomes an ally for his business.

At the conference, the importance of strengthening International Trade in Mexico was also discussed as a way to contribute to the development of the country, favoring the commercial exchange between Mexico and other countries and attracting more foreign investment. Cendejas Meneses, stressed that one should not neglect the logistics of the sector, which admitted, every day incorporates greater challenges.

Some of the challenges for this and the next years are the use of new transport, overcoming risks such as robberies and customs reforms, including the provisions of the Trade Agreement between Mexico, the United States and Canada (USMCA), said the graduate in International Trade from UPAEP and Master’s degree in Administration and Senior Management from Universidad Iberoamericana in Monterrey.


Source: El Sol de Puebla