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Whether you’re thinking about moving your company’s manufacturing to Mexico or want to learn more about our Mexico Imports and Exports Services, it’s important that you first understand the various customs and compliance regulations in Mexico. In order to increase business growth, various companies have moved their production to Mexico. However, moving production to Mexico requires knowledge about the various import and export regulations involving Mexico, the U.S., and other countries. Read on to learn about customs compliance regulations and how NAPS can help your business streamline Mexican imports and exports.
The passage of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in 1994 dramatically increased trade, especially in the manufacturing industry, between the three NAFTA nations, Mexico, U.S. and Canada. While we all await the future of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), Mexico’s IMMEX program (formally known as the “Maquiladora” program) makes it possible for companies to import most components and raw materials into Mexico from around the world duty-free, which can in turn be exported, also duty-free, for sale to the U.S. and other countries. However, operating under IMMEX requires companies to comply with strict customs and border regulations, such as Type 86 or Section 321, from the Mexican and U.S. governments, including electronic documentation, inventory control via specialized software, and database management for import/export in Mexico.
Managing Mexican imports and exports can be stressful and time consuming. Especially when overseeing and facilitating shipments across international borders, leveraging multi-country and global trade agreements with varying government entities. Our Mexico Import/Export Program and Services can help reduce costs and risks associated with the financial and operational offshore manufacturing by ensuring 100% compliance. We’ll help streamline your process, manage all necessary documentation/permits, and help avoid shipping delays.
At NAPS, we go above and beyond for our clients. Our Mexico Import/Export Services meet and exceed the government requirements. This allows us to maximize the benefits of the trade agreement and avoid shipping delays whether your exporting to Mexico or importing into the U.S. Our program ensures compliance on both side of the borders, which helps avoid unnecessary fees and other taxes. There are many leading industries and manufacturing companies in Mexico that have had success moving their manufacturing to Mexico.
NAPS’ full-service Administration and Compliance Management Program ensures companies adhere to all IMMEX import/export regulations in Mexico, the United States and virtually all other countries around the world. NAPS is responsible for managing all southbound (raw material, components, etc.) and northbound imports from Mexico (finished goods) shipments to and from its client’s Mexico manufacturing facilities. The following are just a few examples of the import / export services provided by NAPS:
The import / export department at NAPS consists of more than 50 customs professionals to assist the movement of goods and materials throughout Mexico and around the world. Partnering with NAPS for manufacturing in Mexico will allow your company to achieve economic growth, while shifting 100% of the administration and compliance management to us. We remain focused on the compliance and regulation aspects of your imports and exports, so you can focus on the core manufacturing and development of your product.
Contact us today or call us at 800-551-8581 to learn more about NAPS import and export services for Mexico manufacturers.
Let us show you why NAPS has earned a superb reputation as a leading administrative compliance management service provider.