MXFGIS™ Welcomes Ruben Eduardo Gimenez S.

Ruben Eduardo Gimenez S. appointed Business Director Mexico.

Ruben has over 38 years of experience in the marine and inspection industry and has a thorough knowledge about logistics, import and export business as well as domestic trade.
From main chief surveyor for Mexico and the Caribbean to Chartering and Marine consultant, Ruben possesses the skills and know how to get the job done.
Ruben holds a master’s degree in marine business administration and a B.S. aircraft-naval engineering.

MXFGIS ™ will service a wide variety of National and International clients active in the Agricultural Industry.
It’s focus will be on all major Ports, Domestic Production and (border) Trade. It will further strengthen the presence in Central and South America with services already in existence and will assist in the development of new programs specifically needed for these regions. 

MXFGIS™ can offer the following services and cover the below mentioned ports in Mexico.

Marine surveys, i.e. draft, condition, off/on hire, bunker, cargo surveys, supervision of loading and/or discharge, for the ports of Altamira, Tampico, Tuxpan, Veracruz, Coatzacoalcos, Dos Bocas, Ciudad del Carmen, Seyba Playa, Progreso, and Puerto Morelos on the east coast. Mazatlan, Manzanillo, Lazaro Cardenas, Salina Cruz, and Puerto Chiapas, Ensenada, Guaymas and Topolobampo on the west coast.

Fumigations and Agricultural Surveys. Our fumigator is fully licensed fumigator and is a registered Agriculture Surveyor with the Secretary of Agriculture of Mexico. Our crew complies with all the requirements set by the Mexican Agricultural Authorities and can issue official certificates which will be accepted by the Federal Agricultural Authorities. MXFGIS covers the ports of Manzanillo on the West Coast, and Altamira, Tampico, and Tuxpan on the East coast. Fumigations for all other Mexican ports can be arranged upon request. As a licensed Agricultural Surveyor, we can also certificate agri-products within the country for chemicals, quality, etc.

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