Llaxon Tuanama Mozombite, Supervisor of Warehousing and Imports at CLDP
What is your job title and location?
Supervisor of Warehousing and Imports at ContiLatin del Peru—Lima, Peru.
How long have you been employed with ContiLatin del Peru?
August 18, 2003.
What is your history/career path prior to ContiLatin del Peru?
I started working in 2002 for the TREBOL factory in the sanitary polishing area for approximately three months. In February of the same year I was presented with the opportunity to work in quality control for the company Fumigaciones Lossio. From that moment, my journey and my experience in fumigation began. After about seven months my boss told me that he recommended me for a job in Contilatin del Perú where they were looking for a person who had knowledge in quality control and grain fumigation. Thanks to God and my previous training, I started working in one of the most recognized companies in Peru; starting as Field Assistant under the Supervision of Engineer Aurelio Uribe.
What are your current responsibilities?
– Coordinate and execute transport logistics, as well as supervise the unloading of ships nationwide.
– Supervise and control the merchandise stored nationwide.
– Manage the Grano de Oro (Lima) and CLDP Matarani (Arequipa) warehouses (with approximately 17 employees).
What do you enjoy most about working for CLDP?
I enjoy when there are things to do and ways to improve. I enjoy staying active and am always looking for and executing solutions that in the end have good results.
What’s your favorite story/memory about working for CLDP?
I am a person that has always liked to perform operative tasks. For that reason, a memory I consider as one of my favorites is a time when I was working in the quality control area and I detected live insects in the product. I then proceeded to perform the fumigation of this product.
In addition, I have trained other employees who have come to CLDP and they now support my team in this work.
I also really enjoy calculating the tonnage stored per lot just by looking at it.
What important values do you think CLDP delivers on?
Solidarity, fellowship and trust.
What surprised you most about the job or its location?
I was surprised but grateful for so much trust. They have chosen me to perform so many tasks that required great responsibility. Thanks to this trust, I have grown significantly as a professional and as a person.
How do you spend your free time? What do you like to do in the city where you live?
I enjoy spending time with my family. However, I spend a lot of time on work because there is always a weekend to coordinate or solve issues regarding the unloading of ships.
What is your hidden talent? Or something most people don’t know about you?
I believe I have the talent, but also the vocation, to care for crops and livestock.