Luis Martínez Leon

Luis Martínez Leon

Chief Commitment Officer and President BLK Global Logistics

Luis Martinez-Leon is a Transformational Technology Executive with a broad, technical, functional & business background. Luis is an expert in Technology as a support to Supply Chain, especially in Transportation and
International Trade. Luis has lived across different continents where he implemented complex projects with International footprints. Luis has authored corporate Supply Chain IT strategies in support to major
corporations.

Luis holds an MBA from the University of Dallas, a Master of Science in Information Technology from the Catholic University in Caracas, Venezuela, an Electronic Engineering degree from the Venezuela Navy Academy and a Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification. Luis is currently the Chief Commitment Officer (CCO) & President of BLK, a Global Logistics service provider and an active member of the Project Management Institute (PMI®).

Mexico's Leading Logistic Conducting Organization meets the needs of Companies with Mission-Critical Logistics. 

We assesmble Teams of experts from multiple Discipline - transportation, global trade, inventory, rigging/lifting and risk management - and orchestrate their performane to help our customers produce the outcomes they desire according to their strategy. 

Our Teams are built to increase our customers capacity to coordinate multiple configurations of Logistics Networks for Continuous Flow, Maintenance Repairs and Overhauls (MRO0, Project/Campaign and Emergency Response. 
Services and Disciplines Model:
  • Logistiks Conducting
  • Regulatory Compliance in Global Trade
  • Transport Services
  • Rigging & Lifting 
  • Warehousing Management 

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Wednesday 09/10/2019

From 13:30 To 14:30

10/09/2019 13:30 10/09/2019 14:30 Regional Project Forum: LATAM

Identifying Project Potential in LATAM Markets

Despite some less than positive indicators, project business is looking up in Latin America. The region’s diversity, resources and sheer size combine to create significant capital project market potential. These factors also make it difficult to identify where the next opportunity – or risk – might arise.

Our experienced panelists from a regional cross-section including Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico will discuss:

  • What projects are in the pipeline for infrastructure and mining? What about oil & gas – anything new of note?
  • In the forecast for capital projects, where are the regions to watch? Who is leading the pack?
  • Venezuela: how (and when) can it rebuild from an oil & gas base?
  • How will planned changes in government involvement affect capital project development?
  • What role will the EXIM bank play in organizing new projects?
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"Regional Project Forum: LATAM"

Leandro Brusque Luis Martínez Leon Spencer Nicolary Tony Duncan
Time and date

Wednesday 09/10/2019

From 13:30 To 14:30

10/09/2019 13:30 10/09/2019 14:30 Regional Project Forum: LATAM

Identifying Project Potential in LATAM Markets

Despite some less than positive indicators, project business is looking up in Latin America. The region’s diversity, resources and sheer size combine to create significant capital project market potential. These factors also make it difficult to identify where the next opportunity – or risk – might arise.

Our experienced panelists from a regional cross-section including Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico will discuss:

  • What projects are in the pipeline for infrastructure and mining? What about oil & gas – anything new of note?
  • In the forecast for capital projects, where are the regions to watch? Who is leading the pack?
  • Venezuela: how (and when) can it rebuild from an oil & gas base?
  • How will planned changes in government involvement affect capital project development?
  • What role will the EXIM bank play in organizing new projects?
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