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Gangadhar Shetty elected new president of customs brokers association

Published On : 04 Dec 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews network


Mangaluru: The Mangalore Customs Brokers Association had their annual general body meeting at Hotel Moti Mahal recently.

New office bearers were elected for the term 2017-19.

Office bearers elected for the new term are:

President: Gangadhar Shetty of M/s Amogha Shipping Agency
Vice-president-1: M Shareef of M/s Hasan Hajee & Co
Vice president-2: Karunesh Shetty of M/s Puy Vast Co
Secretary: Philip C C of M/s Pee Jay Ar Enterprises
Joint secretary: Sandeep Kottary of Cargo Links
Treasurer: Ganesh Bhat of M/s Shanker Agencies
Joint treasurer: Sukesh Shetty of M/s Dix Shipping
Immediate past president: Edward Coelho J of M/s Aspinwall and Co Ltd

The executive committee members are:

Sudharshan Shettigar of M/s Sri Ganesh Shipping
Vasanth of M/s Alvares & Thomas Cochin Shipping
Praveen Bangera of M/s Seaways Shipping
Narrendra Shenoy of M/s Jay Narayana Shipping
Manoj A Pai of M/s G A Pai & Co
Venu of M/s G Narayana & Co
Vinod Kumar of M/s J M Baxico

Advisors (Past Presidents):

Nagaraj Shetty Sri Ganesh Shipping
M Shekhara Pujari Aspinwall and Co Ltd
Balakrishna J Kottary Export Tradelink Agency
B N Malli Sree Sai Shipping

The Mangalore Customs Brokers Association is affiliated to Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations in India, the apex body of customs brokers in India who take care of promotion of EXIM trade business in India.

 







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