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Mexico Import and Export Management Services

Mexico Import and Export services offered by The Offshore Group make it one of the top service providers in the country.  The superior quality of the services rendered by the company is due to the significant technical and training resources that have been invested in this highly critical area.
Mexico border crossing times, costs, and compliance are essential to maintaining a competitive manufacturing in Mexico In 2007, The Offshore Group’s Mexico Import and Export Management Service organization and infrastructure moved over $1.8 billion USD of Client goods across the U.S.-Mexico border.  Over fifty thousand Customs declarations were produced. Two hundred and fifty thousand freight pieces were handled, all with a regulatory track record for which The Offshore Group has achieved the privileged status of “certified importer” or empresa certificada.  This means that, when there are delays at the border, Offshore Group client company shipments take precedence over those of companies that do not hold such status.

Mexico Import and Export Management staff at The Offshore Group are cross-trained and are provided continual and ongoing education to ensure compliance with Mexican Customs laws and regulations.

The Offshore Group Mexico Import and Export Management Services staff understand that time is of the essence, and works in an attentive manner with client company staff to ensure that no undue delays occur in moving goods across the Mexican border.  Staff adheres rigorously to time-lines to make sure goods move and clear customs in a timely manner. The backbone of the Mexico Import and Export Management Service’s effectiveness is its people and systems. The focus, day-in and day-out, is clear: To move Offshore Group client goods as quickly as possible across the border, at the lowest possible cost, and without compromising Mexican Customs regulatory compliance.

Mexico Import and Export Management Services

  1. Deliver start up training for new clients
  2. Maintain and upgrade cross docking facilities & equip. in the U.S.
  3. Devise cross docking processes and controls
  4. Train cross dock staff in materials handling techniques
  5. Tracking freight on a per piece basis
  6. Provide damage notification & disposition
  7. Provide Customs research services
  8. Manage Mexican Customs broker inspections
  9. Document inbound customs information
  10. Document outbound customs information
  11. Border crossing coordination
  12. Manage Mexican customs brokers
  13. Execute in-Mexico transfers
  14. Classify goods for Mexican Customs
  15. Determine Mexican import duties (when applicable)
  16. Ensure Mexican trade agreement compliance
  17. Manage Mexican Customs systems and data
  18. Manage Mexican permits and certifications
  19. Manage Mexican Pedimento (import document)
  20. Ensure Mexican regulatory compliance
  21. Mitigate Mexican regulatory risk
  22. Conduct Mexican regulatory reporting
  23. Interpret Mexican Customs research
  24. Assist with U.S. Customs compliance
    • NAFTA
    • Valuation & Reconciliation
    • Classification
    • Rules of Origin
    • Informed compliance
    • Reasonable care
    • C-TPAT
    • ACE
    • Broker recommendation
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