Mazatlan industrialists trained on benefits of the USMCA


CANACINTRA is carrying out highly specialized workshops for the agro-export, automotive, multi-sector, and textile sectors.

Mazatlán, Sin.- Upon entering into force of the treaty of Mexico, the United States and Canada, the National Chamber of the Transformation Industry has implemented highly specialized training workshops to access the benefits of the implementation of this new agreement.

The president of CANACINTRA Mazatlán, Helena Larsen Ayala, explained that these courses are aimed at current and future exporters and the supply chain.

She explained that on July 7 the agro-export sector was carried out, this Friday it will be the automotive-auto parts, next Tuesday the multi-sector continues, to close on Thursday with textiles and clothing.

Helena Larsen Ayala speaking at Mazatlan USMCA

Training workshop is focused on the USMCA 2020 and how companies can take advantage of and make use of this treaty

Helena Larsen Ayal

She advanced that the multisectoral agenda general data on the structure of the treaty, chapter related to trade in goods, market access, tariff preference, customs clearance law, and other dissipations.

In addition, Larsen Ayala added on rules and procedures related to origin, as well as customs administration and trade facilitation.


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