The Mexican Association of Protected Horticulture's (AMHPAC) Pedro Borboa Salas Steps Down; Gustavo Robles Balderramma Appointed as Director of Execution and Compliance
MEXICO - Two distinguished leaders have recently taken the next step in their tenured careers, as The Mexican Association of Protected Horticulture (AMHPAC) announced that Pedro Borboa Salas will be stepping down from his position as Director of Enforcement and Compliance of the Tomato DUMPING Suspension Agreement. As he makes his departure, Gustavo Robles Balderramma will be taking over as the new Director of Execution and Compliance.
Robles has served for years as an External Advisor to AMHPAC in legal matters, according to a press release, which he will continue to do as he takes on his new role. Optimizing his vast experience in the industry and admirable professional strength, Robles will look to take the association to a new level of growth.
Balderramma steps into this new position following the departure of Salas, who officially stopped working with the organization as of July 23.
Salas served as Director of Enforcement and Compliance of the Tomato DUMPING Suspension Agreement for a little over a year, during which his professionalism and efforts delivered excellent results for AMPHAC.
As it undergoes these leadership changes, AMPHAC will continue to work closely with its sister organizations and government authorities to continue offering a quality service in favor of the DUMPING Tomato Suspension Agreement.
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