“It is an excellent service; the lawyers show total commitment to the clients. They have in-depth knowledge of international business”. They continue: It is one of the best firms in international trade.
“It gives recognition to Araújo Ibarra for having obtained a good level of qualification (100/100) in the revaluation of goods and services provided to the CCB ”
He is in the vanguard, he is a visionary, always positive and energetic Interviewees go on to state: “He possesses super abilities on free trade zone structuring matters” “Highly experienced”
He is an expert in customs, his knowledge in remarkable and “He is extremely intelligent”
Patricia Mendoza de Galofre
"Their professionalism, support, support and collaboration allowed us to meet the dates established for the delivery of the feasibility study for the Frankfurt fair. We hope to continue working with you in the future".
Patricia Mendoza de Galofre
“We recommend Araújo Ibarra for the development of economic and market studies, for its vast international experience and the quality of the professionals assigned to the projects”
Patricia Mendoza de Galofre
The services provided by Araújo Ibarra, have been adjusted to the methodology and quality system for the design and organization of investment forums and business cooperation and have been rated as excellent.
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ARAÚJO IBARRA received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Minister of Foreign Trade of India, in recognition of its 25 years of efforts working on implementation and development of Free Zones.
Martín Gustavo Ibarra received the VOS (Life, Work and Services to Logistics) Distinguished Services Award from the Colombian Logistics Association (ACOLOG).
Martin Gustavo Ibarra received a recognition from the Colombian International Trade Association (ADICOMEX) for his work in International Trade and Free Zones.
Martin Gustavo Ibarra received an award for his invaluable contribution to the enhancement of the global trade competitiveness, from the Colombian Federation of Logistics Agents.
Chambers & Partners (ranking of the most outstanding law firms and lawyers in over 180 jurisdictions throughout the world) gave Araújo Ibarra the #1 position in Colombia 9 years in a row for international trade related topics.
Chambers & Partners recognized Martin Gustavo Ibarra as leading lawyer specialized in international trade in Colombia, 9 years in a row.
Chambers & Partners recognized Ricardo López as leading lawyer specialized in international trade in Colombia, 9 years in a row .
Araújo Ibarra is recognized for 9 consecutive years as a leading firm in Colombia in the practice of International Commerce in The Legal 500. As individual leaders, Martín Ibarra and Ricardo López and Rising Star highlights Olga Lucía Salamanca.
Araújo Ibarra is recognized as #1 Colombian company with regards to international trade matters.
Martin Gustavo Ibarra is recognized as best lawyer in international trade related topics in Colombia by Best Lawyers.
Martin Gustavo Ibarra received the title of Knight of the Order of Merit for administrating and coordinating the creation of the Ministry of Foreign Trade of Colombia and the tariff status. He is considered a mentor in foreign trade and international politics in Colombia. His efforts allowed to enhance competitiveness and growth of foreign trade in the country.