The Multi Product Supervisor will oversee both the Air and Sea product team or a portion of the product teams for his/her assigned territory under the direct supervision of the Product Manager or District Manager, and be responsible for that territories product compliance, levels of working capital, quality outcomes to internal and external stakeholders, volume and revenue growth, yield, and operating efficiency.
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Mike Heard, Co-Founder 2170 Bobcat Ct., #124 Chula Vista, CA 91915 619-843-5091 [email protected] www.otaysystems.com
SUBJECT: Extension of Hazardous Material Cargo Processing for Otay Mesa
Scott Harris, Sales Executive 2850 E. Del Amo Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90807 310-912-2065 Phone [email protected] www.uwc-net.com
Francisco Turner, Director
8756 Sherwood Terrace
San Diego, CA 92154
OMG FREIGHT FORWARDERS LLC has the following open position:
- Minimum experience of 3 years.
- Bilingual fluent both ENGLISH-SPANISH
- Over 25 years of age preferred.
- Availability to work full time.
- Experience in Accounts Payable
- Excellent Customer Service skills.
- Basic Computer notions.
- Basic accounting notions.
They are looking for a responsible, highly energetic team player.
If you are interested and meet their requirements, please send a CV to this email:
Samuel D. Brotman, Tax Attorney 1455 Frazee Rd. Suite 500 San Diego, CA 92108 619-378-3138 [email protected] www.sambrotman.com
Estefany Becerril, Hispanic Community Development Executive 5469 Casino Way El Cajon, CA 92019 619-457-8412 Phone [email protected] www.sycuan.com
GSA has published a website – click here – that includes live updates on the I-5 realignment. Due to these closures, expect major delays crossing to Tijuana through Otay Mesa from September to Thanksgiving.
If you are interested in the presentation from GSA on this topic, download our webinar recorded on July 25 – click here
The San Ysidro Land Port of Entry (LPOE) is the busiest land border crossing in the Western Hemisphere; currently processing an average of 50,000 northbound vehicles and 25,000 northbound pedestrians per day.
After a united front of support and advocacy from several economic development and government organizations, funding was secured for a major expansion of the port. The scope includes the demolition and construction of the port, including primary and secondary inspection areas, administration and pedestrian buildings, and all other support structures. The project will expand pedestrian processing facilities including a new pedestrian crossing on the east side of the port that will connect with a new multimodal transportation hub in Mexico and expanded northbound inspection facilities. Additionally, there will be a new north and southbound crossing at El Chaparral/Virginia Avenue with an associated transit center.
Once completed, the new port will boast 62 northbound vehicle primary inspection booths, one dedicated bus lane and inspection booth spread over 34 lanes, as well as improved processing facilities for bus and Secure Electronic Network for Travelers Rapid Inspection (SENTRI) travelers.