With 12+ years experience in cargo-terminal operations, Bruno is acting Managing Director at LATIN AMERICA CARGO CITY. Under his leadership, LATIN AMERICA CARGO CITY has positioned itself as a best-in-class cargo-terminal operator specializing in cold-chain management. He has led a company-wide transformation process including the development of state-of-the-art infrastructure, proprietary client-centric MIS, and the development of an executive and operational team that always maintains a client-first approach.
Bruno also acts as the Cargo Terminal Director for Corporación America’s global cargo operations where he has developed a global vision of the cargo business in Corporación America´s global network of airports.
He holds a degree in Industrial Engineering and a postgraduate degree in Business Administration
Senior Manager, Global Accounts
Hans brings 10+ years of experience implementing solutions for Fortune 500 on a global scale. He has worked closely with different corporate business functions throughout Lat Am, EMEA, APAC and the U.S. successfully designing and implementing service models tailored to organizational needs and country-specific cultural, economic and social conditions.
Prior to joining LATIN AMERICA CARGO CITY Hans led the expansion process of woOw!, the fastest growing e-commerce company in the region from the ground floor.
He holds a degree in Philosophy and International Business and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration.
Jose brings 16+ years of experience in planning and supply chain functions in highly dynamic environments. His vast experience working in multicultural environments and global implementations have provided him the insights needed to better understand both global and regional customer’s mindsets and perspectives. He is an Industrial Engineer and an MBA, a thorough academic background providing him with both the technical and business tools to design, implement and oversee successful regional operations.
Head of Quality Assurance
Karina comes with 8+ years experience in leadership roles overseeing industrial and logistic processes. She is responsable for ensuring the integrity of all cargo, as well as designing and implementing prevention and risk-management simulations and protocols.
She leads all certification processes ensuring compliance with the most demanding global standards in terms of infrastructure, internal processes and documentation.
Prior to LATIN AMERICA CARGO CITY, Karina lead all the thermical process activities at Laboratorio Tecnológico del Uruguay. She holds a degree in Food Engineering as well as a Master’s Degree in Business Administration.
Head of Operations Planning
Carla brings 5+ years experience in international freight management. As Client Advisor, Carla oversees initial stages of client engagements, ensurings all needs and requests are met on a timely basis. She has a key role liasing with Business Intelligence to ensure all operational data is readily available and works closely with other corporate functions to ensure timely communication with all clients and an above-par service delivery.
Previously Carla played key operational roles in organizations such as Lexmark and IFS Neutral Maritime Services. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations.
Head of Administration
As Head of Administration, Sebastian currently leads all administrative processes. In essence, his responsability is to make all administrative and billing processes seamless and cristal clear. Having been with the organization for 10+ years Sebastian knows the ins and outs of the business becoming a key asset in the organizational day-to-day.
His academic background lies in the Business Administration field.
Head of Client Advisory
Max brings 7+ years of experience in consultative sales and large-scale implementation. His background includes a wide range of industry verticals such as freight forwarding, IT infrastructure, software, fast moving consumer goods and logistics, providing an integral perspective for solution design. As Head of Client Advisory he is responsible for the solution design, project implementation and reporting of key accounts. His academic background lies in International Business Management.
Key Accounts Operational Supervisor
Inés Brazuna is the Key Accounts Operational Supervisor at LATIN AMERICA CARGO CITY. With over 7 years of experience in Quality Assurance, she is in charge of the daily supervision of all key accounts, providing a QA oriented vision in the field. She works closely with the Head of Operations Strategy and Planning in the implementation of SOPs, training on procedures and best practices and acts as the client first point of contact for operations-related communication. She has a background as a prevention technician and chemical technologist.
Santiago brings over 12 years of experience in Facilities Management, having begun his experience at the Montevideo International Airport in 2008. His initial roles entailed the supervision of electrical installations during the construction of the new airport premises, being subsequently promoted to Maintenance Supervisor of the airport terminal. He has also acted as Project Director for a large on-site construction process of a new reception terminal in 2018, and is currently the Facilities Manager at LATIN AMERICA CARGO CITY. He is an enthusiastic go-getter always willing to go the extra mile in the strive for excellence.
Head of BI
Leandro brings 8+ years of experience in the automation design and KPI implementation of key organizational processes. As Head of Business Intelligence at LATIN AMERICA CARGO CITY, he partners with internal functions to construct indicators for all critical company processes as well as structure reporting mechanisms for timely access to information by clients and internal partners. He is a Certified Public Accountant and currently undergoing studies as a Programming Analyst.
Client Advisory Executive
Noel brings over 8+ years of consulting experience in b2b consultative sales. Her focus is primarily set on the international business development functions as well as the development of global indirect marketing channels to enhance the Latin America Cargo City brand. She is also involved in the pre-implementation stages of new accounts and acts as the main point of contact once operations go live. Her academic background is in international relations.