Customs House Brokerage in Mexico

Our Customs House Brokerage services can help you with the complexities of border controls and customs regulations. For import and export cargos. At both - origin and destination.

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Import customs clearance

Import Customs Clearance is a government requirement to introduce cargo in to the country, that involves the "clearing" of goods before the customs (Customs Authorities), at the port of entry. Formalities may vary according to the traffic mode and applicable customs regime. It must be process by the Customs Broker or Customs Broker Agency.

Export customs clearance

Export Customs Clearance is a government requirement to extract cargo out of the country, that involves the "clearing" of goods before the customs (Customs Authorities), at the port of entry. Formalities may vary according to the traffic mode and applicable customs regime. It must be process by the Customs Broker or Customs Broker Agency.

Transit Documents (in bonds)

In bond is the authorized customs regime to transport the cargo from the customs of entry to an internal custom, without completing all the formalities. Cargo travels under customs control and the customs clearance is completed at the destination customs.

Additional Custom House Brokerage services

Cargo Review at origin

Review at origin process allows the importers to complete a full validation at origin and expedite the cargo release at customs, by completing the cus-toms clearance with the information from origin. This process is allowed for importers with a govern-ment authorization.

HTS Classification

HTS Classification process determines the correct HTS code.

Non-Tariff Regulations (NTR) obtainment

Based on the HTS code, specific Non-Tariff Regula-tions are required (i.e. Health and environment authorizations, national standards, etc.)

Note: Maersk does not facilitate clearance on personal effect shipments.

What is required to complete Customs House Brokerage?

  1. Import

    • Padron de importadores (Official Register of Importers)

      The importer must complete the “Padron de importadores” subscription before the customs authority.

    • Encargo conferido (Power of attorney)

      The importer must authorize trough “encargo conferido”, the customs broker to act on his behalf to complete Import CHB.

      Mandatory documents required:

      • Commercial invoice(s)
      • Packing list(s)
      • Cargo description to complete Classification Number / HS code

      Additional documents (where applicable) *

      • Copy of the Bill of Lading
      • Licences
      • Non Tariff Regulations Certificates
      • Certificates of Origin
  2. Export

    • Signed Direct representation letter Power of Attorney (POA)

      Signed by the Trader on Company Letter Headed paper. This grants permission for Customs Broker to complete CHB on behalf of the Trader, and provides the required details to enable internal account creation.

      Mandatory documents required:

      • Fiscal /Commercial invoice(s)
      • Packing list(s)
      • Cargo description to complete Classification Number / HS code

      Additional documents (where applicable) *

      • Copy of the Bill of Lading
      • Licences
      • Health Certificates
      • Preference Certificates
      • VGM certificate

      *Originals to be submitted to Maersk where necessary.

For Abbreviations & Explanations, please check shipping terms.

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