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Mexican Customs - New Requirements

15 Jan 2010

New TAX ID and Telephone number requirements Effective with vessels sailing from Port of Loading on January 16, 2010

We would like to inform you about important documentation changes for all shipments to and from Mexico effective January 16, 2010.
The latest official Mexican Customs update to Rule 2.4.5 published December 17, 2009, http://dof.gob.mx/nota_detalle.php?codigo=5125197&fecha=17/12/2009 requires additional manifest information to be provided. All shipments from overseas countries discharged in a Mexican port, either remaining in Mexico or transhipped in a Mexican port or transiting through Mexico via land, must indicate:
• the Tax ID number for all parties shown on Carrier Bill of Lading as Shipper, Consignee and Notify
• telephone number of Mexican Consignee and Notify party
• “to order” shipments are not subject to the new Mexican Customs requirements for Consignee details but applicable for the Shipper and Notify party
• new requirements are not applicable for FROB (Foreign cargo Remaining On Board) shipments
Based on the above, effective today, you will need to provide above mentioned information with your shipping instructions (SI). Similar requirements are also applicable on Mexican exports as of 16th January 2010.
Failure to provide such on your final documentation may result in refusal to load or penalties assessed to you / your consignee, being imposed by the Mexican authorities.

Mexican Customs - New Requirements

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