Is a Federal Government entity and represents the sectorial authority, responsible for promoting adequate transport and communications networks to contribute to services accessibility, and cope with globalization trends.
SCT unit responsible for guaranteeing a modern and adequate maritime transport growth
Determines Mexico’s port policy, and issues concessions, licenses and authorizations related to Mexican ports, including constructions and dredging Works.
Unit responsible for developing and implementing policies required to provide adequate and secure maritime transport, and foster Mexico’s merchant navy consolidation.
Coordinates and promotes an efficient management and the profitability of the different port administrations to foster the consolidation of Mexico’s port system.
The Ministry of Finance is the Federal Government entity responsible for preparing, implementing, and controlling Mexico’s economic policy, related to financial, fiscal, expenditure, revenue, and public debt matters, to consolidate the country’s sustainable economic growth.
The Mexican Navy is a permanent National Military Institution, whose mission is to use the naval power of the Federation for foreign defense and contribute to the country’s internal security; in the terms established by the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States, the laws that derive from it, and international treaties.
Private and/or public concessions to whom the planning, programming, development and other related activities of a specific port are conferred for the exploitation and delivery of services. As of December 2016, Mexico has 25 port administrations: 16 federal administrations, 6 state administrations. 1 private administration, and 2 administrations granted to Fonatur.
The Harbrormaster is the maritime authority in each authorized port that exercises the powers that the laws and regulations confer on it.
They aim to provide classroom and online educational models, innovative and aligned to the national digital strategy, integrated into the education, production and service sectors, to provide human capital to merchandise distribution chains and meet the demand of world trade, privileging the geographic location of Mexico.