Capin-Vyborny Participates in Sonora’s Infrastructure Update

Capin-Vyborny had a briefing with important logistics leaders, including Sonora’s governor, to talk about the various infrastructure renovations that will take place throughout this year in Sonora. A Mexican state which borders Arizona and New Mexico. CV was invited to give our opinion on how this remodeling could affect the customs and brokerage industry.

These updates to improve border crossings include the construction of a new customs office and the renovation of the current one in Agua Prieta, among other projects. By accomplishing this, they promise to attract new investments and generate better jobs, changing the face of the city and representing an improvement in the quality of life of Sonora’s citizens.

Capin-Vyborny is proud to be invited and participate in these information sessions to give our professional opinion. We see it as an opportunity for local governments to listen to our professional voice as a leading company.

Having a good relationship with the states that border our country is very important to Capin-Vyborny, mainly because they are a key factor in the industry in which we work and North American manufacturing. We strive to show our interest in the updates that are made in the customs field, to provide our customers with the best and most up-to-date service. As John Paul Vyborny, one of our co-founders said, this personalized attention is at the core of who we are.


Capin Vyborny Customs Brokerage & Logistics is a nationally licensed broker who serves clients from North America, Asia, Latin America, and Europe. With ability and experience providing service and transport through any U.S. Customs port of entry. Capin Vyborny’s physical presence across the entire southern U.S. border provides specialized help and relationships for cross U.S.-Mexico trade. For any questions or inquiries please contact us at 520-281-2066 or

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