Minimization of Import Tax and Duties

The Mexican government has import programs that can reduce import duties, such as PROSEC, ReglaOctava (8th Rule), IMMEX, and Certification for VAT and ET. Managing these diverse programs requires experience and know-how.  We can leverage our experience in managing these diverse and complicated programs to both maximize benefits and fully comply with government requirements.

At MEXCENTRIX, we are shipment consolidation experts.  We understand the importance of efficient and well-run operations for your business. 

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Mexican & US Customs Interface

The enormous cost of non-compliance, in fines and in interruptions to business flow, can cripple any business. We understand your needs, and have unequaled experience in the intricacies of the international customs compliance process. We can guarantee no fines and no delays at the border for our clients.

Classifying your goods to the correct tariff is essential in obtaining comprehensive information pertaining to your imported items.

 

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Mexico Import & Export Documentation Management

 

MEXCENTRIX is your partner in compliance with import and export documentation management.  The reality is that paperwork errors stop production and close businesses.  We navigate the constantly changing requirements for you to guarantee compliance, eliminating the risk.

IMMEX Program Management

As one of the most important temporary import programs in Mexican industry, the IMMEX program and certification for VAT and ET demand a high level of control for all goods, in compliance with government regulations.  MEXCENTRIX offers temporary import regime inventory; fixed asset, INEGI, SAT and SE filing management; and virtual customs operations- all in our user-friendly system that adapts to customer needs. Nobody wants the logistical and cost nightmares that come from lack of IMMEX compliance, and our service guarantees your business 100% compliance.

 

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Foreign Trade Operation Legal Requirements

We provide fiscal and customs representation, providing documentation for import and export of your goods such as:

  • Registration for importers.
  • Registration in specific industry sector.
  • Registration of the Manufacturing, Maquiladora and Export Services Program (IMMEX).
  • Obtaining your company´s VAT and ET registration
  • Monthly and annual reports required by government

 

 

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Border Crossing Coordination

We understand that modern production requires diversity in sourcing.

We work with our clients to guarantee that they can bring material into Mexico at time, by any means, to any import with no delays, customs issues, or logistical complications. 

At MEXCENTRIX, we know how to leverage our unequaled understanding of Mexico´s trade agreements into an effective strategy for your business, significantly reducing costs and streamlining logistics.

 

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Freight and Logistics Coordination

 

Our experience in managing freight logistics is an invaluable resource for our clients.  We shop trusted carriers for competitive rates, ensure CTPAT certification, and provide precise tracking information for shipments at any time.

 

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About Mexcentrix

We assist companies with their manufacturing operations in Mexico.

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