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Find out how to save your company time and money when exporting to Mexico by learning how to avoid the most common customs mistakes made by U.S. exporters.

There is a webinar series targeting at clients who have never exported before or who have exported before, but for whom Mexico is a new export market.

Webinar

Description

Mexican Import Process

Learn if you client in Mexico is able to import and how the import process works in Mexico. Learn other options and alternatives to sending your products to clients in Mexico.

Harmonized System Code Basics and Special Certificates

Learn about the shipment compliance requirements requested by Mexican Authorities and the importance or proper classification to avoid fines.

How to Settle Disputes with Mexican Customs

Understand the controversies and misunderstandings about Harmonized System codes assignation, permits and requirements. The viewer will understand the U.S. and Mexican customs laws when exporting products into Mexico and the tools needed to solve any disputes at the Mexican customs.

INCOTERMS Review and INCOTERM Common practices in Mexico

Learn why Incoterms are important and what each Incoterm means. You will understand the most appropriate Incoterm when exporting to Mexico.

Getting your products through Mexican Customs – “Five most common mistakes to avoid for new exporters to Mexico”

Learn how to save your company time and money when exporting to Mexico by learning how to avoid the most common customs mistakes and issues for U.S. exporters.

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Previous Webinars

The Mystery of the Temporary Imports vs Definitive Imports in Mexico

Temporary imports are a twilight zone for U.S. exporters. In this session our experts are going to provide information on how Mexican customs and Mexican importers handle the temporary imports and why they are overseen by Mexican customs while explaining when an import is consider definitive.

Date: Wednesday April 20, 2016 2:00 pm EST

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The Basics: Essential Preliminary work for successful exports to Mexico

The Basics: This topic is a great introductory session for new importers, and an excellent refresher for experienced importers. Our trade experts will provide you all the paperwork and information needed before you send your shipment to Mexico. They will provide an explanation of the types of merchandise, how to obtain the HS code, the taxes and tariff applicable to US products as well as the permits and labeling requirements to rank the complexity of importing your product. This explanation looks to ensure your goods arrive in Mexico without delay. We’ll discuss the information you need to complete your shipping documents accurately and error free. We’ll cover the ways you can take advantage of NAFTA.

Date: Wednesday January 27, 2016 2:00 EST

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Requirements for Exporting to Mexico: Creating a Mexican company to export from the U.S.

Under certain scenarios, U.S. manufacturers may want to export to Mexico without leaving their Mexican clients and distributors with the burden of becoming importers of record, with all the legal, requirements and tax implications that this implies. Unfortunately making a door to door export or delivery elevates costs, but there is a solution that can help the U.S. Exporter. What it is? Our experts are going to detail this effective solution as a win-win scenario for U.S. exporters and their Mexican clients.

Date: Wednesday February 24, 2016 2:00 OM EST

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The Automotive Import Process under the NAFTA

Learn how easy the import process can be to supply this important industry as well as the complexity of the sector, the advantages, and programs crwated for automotive manufacturers.

Date: Wednesday March 16, 2016 2:00 PM EST

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Through these 60-minute monthly webinars, we intend to set you up for success in Mexico by providing you with important information and resources in a simple, clear, and concise manner, so that you have more time to focus on your business.

For more information about these webinars, please contact:

Manuel Velazquez – Monterrey, Mexico

manuel.velazquez@trade.gov


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