The Laredo Licensed U.S. Customs Brokers Association, Inc.
ByLaws - Nominating
Bylaws committee is responsible for the creation and maintenance of the organization’s bylaws, which are the set of rules that guide its operations and activities. The bylaws include the number of directors the organization will have, the roles and responsibilities of the directors and the number and frequency of board meetings.
Customs Committee provides advice, addresses issues related to international trade and works directly with CBP on getting issues resolved in the best interest of the stakeholders.
The primary role of the Education Committee is to help members keep abreast of the ongoing changes in our industry through education as well as offer training to member's employees, by organizing seminars and training programs.
FDA & PGA
FDA & PGA Committee interacts with FDA and other Participating Government Agencies to advice on polices and procedures that affect our members.
Government Affairs Committee serves to represent, promote, and advocate the information policy interests of the Association regarding policies, laws, regulations and other developments that may affect the Association.
Legal Committee is principally responsible for advising the Board of Directors and Committees on legal matters which they believe are deserving of the expenditure of Association time, effort and funding.
Membership Committee leads the club's membership efforts, by recruiting new members.
MX Brokers Liaison
The Committee serves as a liaison with Mexican Customs Brokers and their forwarding agents to address common issues or concerns of interest to the trade community and our associations.
Senior Counselors are Past Presidents and serve as advisers to the President and Board of Directors using their vast experience and knowledge.
Web - Social Media