Carlos T. freelancer experto en Traducción al Español, Análisis de Negocios, Derecho Mercantil

Carlos T.

Translator, foreign trade professional

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MX$ 60,00

Redacción y Traducción

Sobre mí
Seasoned foreign trade professional with experience in logistics, import and export procedures at Mexican customs and regulatory procedures with different Mexican Ministries (Economy, Treasury, Health, Defense).

Experienced translator and proofreader. I have translated documents dealing with finance, business (general), pharmaceutics, energy and engineering.

Third-party trainer recognised by the Mexican Ministry of Labour (STyPS) in the areas of foreign trade, environmental and ecological economics and sustainability.
Historia laboral
May 2016 - current        Samsung Engineering and Construction
    Translation of different documents relating to construction, oil and gas: standards, procedures, drawings, contracts, etc.
    Languages translated: English to Spanish and Spanish to English

Apr 2016 - Apr 2016        Landsteiner Scientific
    Translation of diverse materials to comply with foreign trade regulations in the pharmaceutical sector: GMP certificates and audits, Free Sales Certificates, etc.
    Languages translated: English to Spanish and Spanish to English

Feb 2013 – Jul 2015        Albion Language Solutions, S.C.
Translator – Project Manager
    Translations of diverse materials to comply with foreign trade regulations in the pharmaceutical sector: GMP certificates and audits, Free Sales Certificates, Visit Reports to manufacturing facilities of pharmaceutical companies in Europe, Asia and the US, Certificates of Analysis.
    Translations of documents for the following sectors: oil, gas, renewable energy, banking, business, finance, accounting (call for biddings, manual, internal procedures, financial statements, business proposals, international tenders).
    Languages translated: English, French, Italian to Spanish
    In May 2014 I was promoted to the position of Project Manager, being responsible of getting new clients for the company. I generated over 2 million pesos in sales to companies from different industries: oil exploration, energy, finance, and infrastructure.

Feb 2011 – Aug 2012        Absoluto México, S.A. de C.V.
Import Co-ordinator
    Tariff classification and compliance with tariff and non tariff regulation; customs clearance and logistics co-ordination.
    Changes were introduced to keep track of costs and customs clearance times per operation.
    Average customs clearance time per customs office and origin (days): India (5), USA (3), Europe (6), Israel (9), China (12); Veracruz (6), Nuevo Laredo (3), AICM (6), Manzanillo (12).
    Mean costs (freight, duties and customs clearance as % of invoice value) per origin: India (19.5%), USA (11.61%), Europe (18.2%), Israel (19.98%), China (14.33%).

Oct 2005 – Jun 2007    Serv. Corp. Control, S.A. de C.V.  (Woolworth)
Import Regulation
    Tariff classification and compliance of tariff and non-tariff regulations.
    Request, follow-up, administration and revision of payments to international suppliers (Letters of credit)
    Paperwork to comply with non-tariff regulations is done with the relevant authorities: Secretary of Economy, Secretary of Health, Secretary of the Treasure, Customs Administrations, to state the most important.
    Savings of more than 1 million dollars were achieved through the application of the so-called “Producto Exclusivo” mechanism.
    Import tariff cuts were obtained for the companies of the group for imports to the northern border and region borders, meaning savings of 10% of the commercial value of imports to those regions.
    Service applications for revision of labelling NOM (Mexican Official Standards) dropped from 73 in season 2005 to 9 in season 2006 and 3 in 2007.

May 2004 – Jul 2005        SGS Liaison Office Mexico
Data Analyst
    Issuance of inspection orders for the ValuNet program.

Mar 2003 - Oct 2003    National Bank for Foreign Trade (Taipei Office)
Trade Associate – Internship
    Execution of two projects in the Taiwanese market: Chocolate and Tequila.
    Support in the promotional activities of the office: market research and visit to potential importers in Taiwan.
    Due to high logistic costs the companies were not able to export to Taiwan.

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