On September 26, 1996, after having held several preparatory sessions, a group of businessmen decided to establish the Honduran Association of Cargo Agencies (AHAC) under the leadership of Lic. Roberto Reyes Silva. Made up of 15 cargo agencies from San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa, it was created with the objective of regulating the exercise of the profession of cargo agent in Honduras, proposing and coordinating the most appropriate measures for the defense and protection of the rights and interests of its members both in Honduras and abroad, collaborate with the authorities among others.
Being granted Legal Status by the Government of Honduras through resolution 286-98 on December 14, 1998 and establishing the City of San Pedro Sula as domicile. On October 21, 2004, the amendment of the Association’s statutes was approved and, in turn, the amendment to the name of the Association, which will be called the Honduran Association of International Freight and Logistics Agencies (AHACI).
Currently, the Association has 37 active members, and is a founding member of the Central American Federation of Freight and Logistics Agencies (FEDECARGA), an active member of the Federation of Professional Associations of Latin American Freight Forwarders (ALACAT), of the International Federation of Freight Associations. Freight forwarders (FIATA), the Chamber of Commerce and Industries of Cortés (CCIC) and the Honduran Council of Private Companies (COHEP).
The Honduran Association of International Freight and Logistics Agencies (AHACI) is an entity with its own legal personality, non-profit and without political or religious purposes, aimed at promoting the spirit of union and solidarity among logistics operators and promoting the development and competitiveness of logistics activity in Honduras, providing knowledge and good operating practices through advice, liaison, dialogue, dissemination of standards, organization of conventions, seminars, forums and workshops, aimed at improving the technical and professional level of human talent that is performs in the sector to fully satisfy the needs of its customers. Thus generating value to its associates and the country and promoting its integration with national and international organizations representing and defending the interests of the Sector.
To be in 2025 the association of the logistics union recognized for its leadership and vanguardism that best represents the logistics activity in Honduras, being able to provide data and information of the sector, recognized as the main manager of logistics development and growth and as a representative entity; generating actions and the necessary strategic alliances that allow us to fulfill each of the specific objectives defined in the statutes, always aiming for the benefit of our associates.
AHACI is the Honduran Association of International Freight and Logistics Agencies, an entity with its own legal personality, non-profit and without political or religious purposes, aimed at promoting the spirit of union and solidarity among logistics operators and promoting the development and competitiveness of the activity logistics in Honduras.