Camara Nacional de Despachantes de Aduana (CNDA)
The National Chamber of Customs Dispatchers - CNDA is a non-profit civil law association, founded in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, on May 1, 1977, with legal personality recognized by Supreme Resolution No. 190070 of May 9 of 1979, currently protected by articles 21.4 and 52 of the Political Constitution of the State.
The National Chamber of Customs Dispatchers, is formed by collective persons constituted by the Regional Chambers already created and those that may be created in the future.
The National Chamber of Customs Brokers is affiliated with the Association of Professional Agents of Customs of the Americas (ASAPRA), Confederation of Private Employers of Bolivia (CEPB), and depending on their interests may be affiliated with other entities and national and international organizations related.
According to the provisions of the Statute of the National Chamber of Customs Dispatchers, among its objectives are:
Exercise the representation and defense of the interests of the affiliated Chambers and, as of this, of the Dispatch Agencies and Customs Dispatch Agencies.
Unify the Regional Chambers and through them all authorized Customs Brokers (legal representatives of Customs Brokerage Agencies) and the Customs Brokerage Agencies associated with the Regional Chambers.
Promote the diversification of the activities of the Customs Dispatcher, stimulate and enhance its functions and ensure its prestige and professional dignity.
To cooperate jointly with its affiliates in faithful compliance with tax and customs regulations and those that correspond.
Act as a friendly compounder in disputes that arise between its affiliates, Dispatchers and / or third parties, when required.
Make technical publications of general information and disclosure of their activities.
Promote the improvement and technical-scientific updating of the Customs Dispatchers through conferences, courses, seminars, forums, debates, workshops and others.See more