Mexican Import Process
Duration: 60 Minutes
Since the implementation of NAFTA, Mexico has become a major market for USA exporters. This course will provide an in-depth explanation of the Mexican importing process, including specific rules and documentation. The webinar will also discuss what impact local government and private resources will have on the exporter's transaction process when it comes to tariff costs in this trading environment.
Objectives of the Presentation
Why should you Attend
- When should the importer register?
- What is a non-commercial import?
- Importer and customs broker liability
- Invoice requirements
- Timeframes for duties and tariffs payment
- Customs clearance process
For USA companies seeking business in Mexico, it is important to understand, not only the market and their clients needs; but also how they need to support them in order to facilitate the import process. The document requirements, the legal liability and the customs clearance process in Mexico differs from the USA. Being aware of such differences is a big factor for a longer and prosperous commercial relationship.
Who will Benefit
- Who can import to Mexico: Importer's register
- The role of the Customs Broker
- Documents required
- Customs regimes
- Tariffs and applicable duties
- Countervailing and antidumping duties
- Free Trade Agreements application
- Non-Tariff Barrier's
- Customs Inspection
- Sales Director
- Purchasing Director
- Logistics Coordinator
- Import/Export Supervisor
- Customs Brokers