The Mexican economy is outpacing some of the faster growing regions in the world-such as Russia-and it is estimated that Mexico will be the eighth largest economy in the world by 2050.
The Logistics & Manufacturing Association of Port Laredo is the successor to the Laredo Manufacturers Association and the Laredo Transportation Association. These two associations merged in February of 2007 and is structured and organized as a viable resource to the manufacturing and transportation communities of Los Dos Laredos.
The membership is active in various committees. These committees include: Communication, Customs/Transportation, Education, Environmental, Government Interface, Maquiladora, Membership and Scholarship.
Our membership interfaces with other civic organizations such as the Laredo Chamber of Commerce, Laredo Development Foundation, Customhouse Brokers Association, Transportation Association and local, state and federal agencies and officials.
This synergism has provided the membership and our business community with better answers and solutions to common problems.
Arturo Samaniego & Felipe Duran
Guillermo Garcia & Joe Flores
The Laredo Development Foundation in coordination with the Logistics and Manufacturing Association, Port
Laredo, City of Laredo, Association of Laredo Forwarding Agents, Inc., Laredo Licensed U.S. Customs Brokers
Association, Inc., Laredo Community College, and Texas A&M International University will host the 20th Annual
â€œLogistics and Manufacturing Associationâ€ Symposium on September 24-25, 2013.
Laredo among three top 10 Customs districts to recover fully from the global recession in import-export trade and set a record in 2010.
Front Row: Lucy Wright, John Adams Jr., Charla Griffin, Martin Siordia, Thomas A. Tomko
Back Row: Larry Shaw, Bill Green, Ed Sherwodd, Tom Wade, Javier Garza, Mark Pease, Frank Vida, Joseph Martinez
LMA is the brainchild of our former Mayor, the late Aldo Tatangelo, a man of great vision who adopted Laredo as his hometown, leaving his mark on our community because of his friendliness, his innovative mind and his progressive spirit. Among other things, he was a successful businessman and an entrepreneur in every sense of the work.
To receive a copy of the new "25th Anniversary Edition" Membership Directory, fill out the order form below.Â Your directory will be mailed to you.Â To cover the cost of printing and shipping, please donate $10.00.Â You can do this through PayPal on this website by selecting the "Donate" button, or mail a check to LMA P.O. box 451391 Laredo, Texas 78045.Â Your directory will be mailed to you.
The Logistics & Manufacturing Association presented a $5,000 check to TAMIU'S Yes Camp. At our April Breakfast meeting held,Â April 16th, at the Embassy Suites, LMA President Javier Garza presented Jesse Gonzalez with a check for $5,000.Â The LMA has been a supporter of this program since it's inception.Â YES Camp is a youth entrepreneurship summer camp and is designed to give students an opportunity to explore their entrepreneurial interests.