Reynaldo Serrano Carreño – Operations Manager
Reynaldo has over 26 years of experience in the Maquiladora Industry, working for large companies generating sales for more than 600 million dollars a year, as well starting his own manufacturing facility with two employees, giving the experience and knowledge for the startup operations of any size.
Bilingual / Bi-cultural Management Professional with broad experience in the Medical, electronic, and wood furniture manufacturing industry. Strong leader possessing a unique combination of people, business and technical skills. Recognized for commitment to safety, quality and continuous improvement. A team builder with broad experience in managing diverse manufacturing environments, administrative, Import-Export, and all the regulatory of US and MX laws to ran a business in compliance.
- Specializes: Contract manufacturing
- Startup Operations
- Project Management
- Supply Chain Management
- Strategic Planning
- Lean manufacturing
As a Business Administrator with many years of experience in operations, Reynaldo’s knows and understand manufacturing environment running operations with full responsibilities Operations, Quality, P&L goals and objectives, understanding the ultimate goal of a Cost Center (Maquiladora) efficient and profitable.
Luis Enrique Gonzalez, Controller
With over twenty-six years of experience in the Maquiladora sector, Mr. Gonzalez is a well-seasoned Mexican CPA. He is responsible for providing you with information and financial status reports on your Mexican operation, as well as ensuring compliance with all fiscal and legal regulations in Mexico. Mr. Gonzalez is also bilingual and a member of the CPA’s Association of Tijuana.
Esther Hernandez, Director, Import/Export Department
Ms. Hernandez has extensive experience in U.S. and Mexican Customs issues and provides you with your SECOFI Permit and any subsequent amendments. She also supervises Certificates of Origin, Cost Reconciliation, and other Customs related issues. Her goal is to assure that your shipments cross in a timely manner and in compliance with appropriate U.S. and Mexican government agencies.
Monica Arriaga, Manager, Environmental Services
Ms. Arriaga is a native of Tijuana and fully bilingual. As a former employee of the Procuraduría Federal de Protección al Ambiente (PROFEPA) -the agency responsible for enforcing compliance with Mexican environmental law- she brings inside knowledge of what auditors are looking for when conducting Environmental Impact studies. She can therefore assure that you comply with all rules and regulations while still meeting your production needs.
Karla Jacques, Manager – Human Resources
Over 15 years in Maquiladora Human Resources Administration. Experienced in Payroll, Payroll taxes, Benefits, Social Security, Safety, Hygiene and Training, as well as Legal and Labor Law matters.
B.S. in Business Administration
Employee since 2005
Rebecca Sanchez, Manager – Accounting and Financial Services
Over 22 years experience in Maquila Accounting functions, with broad knowledge in Shelter operations as well as Corporate taxes and internal audits.
Employee since 2004
Jesus Zatarain, Manager IT
Throughout the years, we have become fully computerized in all aspects of our Administrative Service programs, from payroll to import-export issues.
Mr. Zatarain is responsible for ensuring smooth operation of our internal computer and information systems as well as maintaining online communication with our customers to ensure faster, more accurate flow of information. He’s got 5 years of experience in:
- Server, computers and Information Systems
- Application Packages (MySQL, DELTA, TRESS, Different Accounting Softwares, Backup Systems)
- Computer Network Maintenance
BS in Business IT Administration
Employee since 2010
Our team has the experience, infrastructure and talent to separate fact from fiction and decipher regulatory meanings, in order to present you with the best available service.
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Industry Involvement in the U.S.
We go the extra mile to ensure that we are up to date on the latest rules and regulations. We also foster the appropriate government and industry related relationships to lobby on your behalf when needed. Made In Mexico, Inc. is an active member in the following associations and organizations in the U.S.
- Border Trade Alliance (BTA)
- County of San Diego Regional Economic Task Force
- Organization for Women in World Trade (OWIT)
- Otay Mesa Chamber of Commerce The commercial U.S.-Mexico border crossing is located in the city of Otay Mesa
- U.S.-Mexico Chamber of Commerce
- Western Maquiladora Trade Association (WMTA)
Industry Involvement in Mexico We go the extra mile to ensure that we are up to date on the latest rules and regulations. We also foster the appropriate government and industry related relationships to lobby on your behalf when needed. Made In Mexico, Inc. is an active member in the following associations and organizations in Mexico.
- Asociación de Maquiladora (AIM) Tijuana’s Maquiladora Association
- Consejo Nacional de la Industria Maquiladora de Exportacion (CNIME)
- Mexico’s National Maquiladora Association
- CPA’s Association of Tijuana
- Desarrollo Economico de Tijuana, A.C. (DEITAC)
- Tijuana Economic Development Corporation
- Asociacion de Recursos Humanos de la Industria en Tijuana, A.C. (ARITAC)