On behalf of the 15 ports, the Executive Council of the Florida Ports Council and the Coordinator of Ports and Merchant Marine of Mexico will sign a Letter of Intent to promote international trade and economic development, in a ceremony to be held on Wednesday, November 20, open to the press.

 By Miami Diario Newsroom

The Coordinator of Ports and Merchant Marine is an agency of the Secretariat of Communications and Transportation of Mexico whose objectives are to strengthen the international development of ports, promote exports, trade and the Mexican market.

During the summer of this year, the Florida Ports Council and Enterprise Florida, with the support of the Consulate General of Mexico in Miami, led a delegation of port representatives that participated in a trade mission to Mexico City, in order to to promote maritime routes between the ports of Florida and Mexico, which led to the determination to sign a Letter of Intent.

Signing of Letter of Intent between Florida and Mexico  


John Kuryla

Director of the Port of Miami and President of the Board of Directors of the
Florida Ports Council

Ing. Hector Lépez Gutiérrez

General Coordinator of Ports and Merchant Marine of Mexico.

Jonathan Chait Auerbach

Consul General of Mexico in Miami

  1. Joe Kulenovic

Vice President of International Operations for Enterprise Florida 


November 20th 2019

 At 2: 00 pm


Hotel Intercontinental

Godfrey Room

100 Chopin Square


Press release

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