Adones Carmona has been reelected president of Chamber of Customs Brokers, Inc. for the 2021-2023 term
Also reelected are Armando Chan as executive vice president, Florecita Tagle as vice president for internal affairs, and Reffy Gorre as vice president for government affairs
Adones Carmona has been reelected as president of the Chamber of Customs Brokers, Inc. (CCBI) for the term 2021 to 2023.
Carmona, who was president for the term 2019-2021, was reelected on April 7 among the new set of CCBI directors.
“The present CCBI will proactively address the problems that affect the practice of our profession, especially on issues with regards to regulations and legal matters. The infusion (in)to the Board of Atty. Castillo and Atty. Calderon is valuable… considering their experiences handling cases of affected and aggrieved members,” Carmona told PortCalls in a text message.
He was referring to new vice president for international affairs Norberto Castillo, who served under a previous CCBI board, and new director Alex Calderon, a legal counsel of the Aduana Business Club, Inc.
Also reelected to their previous positions are Armando Chan as executive vice president, Florecita Tagle as vice president for internal affairs, and Reffy Gorre as vice president for government affairs.
Dexter Pedreza is the new vice president for professional development; Wilfredo Caingcoy, secretary; Jill Tolentino, treasurer; Levy Adrian Zapata, auditor; and Maria Theresa Santos, public relations officer.
Directors for the two-year term include Sunny Aguila, Julius Basas, Calderon, Anthony Cristobal, and Henry Villa.
The new board of directors was elected by members last March 12 to lead the accredited professional organization of customs brokers from 2021 to 2023
CCBI has around 3,000 practicing members and chapters in Manila, Batangas, Clark, Cebu, Subic, Davao, Cagayan de Oro, General Santos, and Zamboanga. – Roumina Pablo