Raymar Rodriguez has been involved in the trade and logistics industry since 1991. He fell into international logistics after selling a small factory and agreeing to help arrange transport from Miami, Florida to Belize City, Belize. After the completion of the sale of the business, he was hired by a local steamship line. Raymar Rodriguez served as coordinator, sales manager, pricing manager, and finally as a general manager of a regional steamship line.
After several years, he left the transportation end of the business to start a business importing goods from Central America, India, and China. During this period, he worked on several projects importing new and used building materials, scrap metal, furniture, home accessories, and pottery. After selling the import/wholesale business, he worked in Banking for 12 years. In 2010, he returned to the industry to work for an international export packer on cargo projects, industrial export packing, factory relocations, large-scale crating, and warehousing.
Since 2012, he has been working on developing logistic projects and logistics training programs with Miami Dade College (Trade and Logistics Advisory Board), Florida Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Association (educational committee), The Port of Miami, The Beacon Council (one community one goal initiative), The Foundation for Democracy in Africa, and Miami International Airport.
He has authored several books on finance, including The Little Green Book of Financial Happiness; LIFE AFTER PRISON, The Little Red Book of Financial Happiness; and Money for Future Adults.