Export to Mexico
Basics steps to consider when exporting to Mexico.
Mexican Customs regulations may be consider complicated for first timer exporters. Even with a NAFTA agreement all commercial shipments coming from Canada or USA must comply with the basic regulations and are subject to 16% of IVA (VAT), except food or medicine or some agriculture commodities;
The basic steps that exporters need to consider are:
- Make sure your customer is an “active importer”, otherwise you will need to contract a “Third Party Importer“ services
- Before shipping to Mexico, make sure to have a reliable Mex CB (Mexican Customs Broker) agency.
- To have your customer/importer authorize upon customs regulation your Mex CB agency.
- To send to your Mex CB the shipments paperwork: Commercial Invoice, Packing List, BOL and NAFTA Certificate
- Declare commercial Values, even if they’re samples.
- Be prepared to pay in advance, before clearing customs, 16% IVA and other Rights or Duty if apply
- If you’ll be responsible for the Mexican freight or transportation, to get an insurance policy to protect your goods, in Mexico, carriers are not liable for any cargo’s damage or looses.
- If you’re planing to export any “trade mark” products to have proper Trade Mark licenses
Our company has the experience and knowledge to handle your shipments properly, we’re the best choice in Mexican Customs. We would appreciate any opportunity you give us to assist your Exports to Mexico; we’re specialized on Industrial and Commercial cargo.
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Mex Customs Brokerage
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