Born in Colima, Mexico, has a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. As well as a Bachelor’s degree in economics from the Universidad Autonoma de México, where he was awarded with the "Gabino Barreda" medal for obtaining the highest average of his generation.
Currently he serves as Chief Executive Officer of the Port Administration of Tampico since 2015. Previously he was Chief Executive Officer of the Port Administration of Manzanillo in 2013. In 2011 He served as Secretary of Finance and Administration for the Government of Colima State. In 2009 he acted as General Secretary of the Government of Colima State. In 2000 he was Federal Congressman, in 1994 he acted as Senator. In 1992 he was elected as Mayor of Colima City. In 1989 he served as General Manager of the Maritime Customs Office in Manzanillo. In 1979 he acted as General Coordinator of the Planning Committee for the development of Colima State.
Derived from an analysis of the 6 issues to consider for the contribution and based to the context in which the Port of Tampico is living in relation to the integration of the Port with the City, it has chosen the point number 4 related to "Urban and Port planning joint to facilitate the next Economy", exposing the case of remodeling the Port and City interface, and this is the theme that is closest to the requested guidelines and in relation to the experience gained from the Port of Tampico projects to implement in short and medium term for the integration of a Tourist - Commercial Port.
Being Tampico, the second oldest Port in Mexico, and under the reality that this Port is immersed within the city, it will be a success to guide the port into a commercial and tourist immersion, the port is facing the challenge of designing a new feature to balance commercial cargo together with adaptation and participation of tourist, culture that prevails in this region. Which will tell briefly in the following sections.