At the moment of starting the export process it is necessary to have a product that is competitive and satisfies tastes, needs and preferences in the target market. Do you want to know the Requirements to export in México? Keep reading!
What is export?
In a few simple words, to export is to sell to another country.
Both for export and for any Another business in general, it takes effort, preparation, learning, perseverance, not to mention that the export process must be seen as a long-term business, since the benefits will be obtained with the passage of time.
Requirements to export in México
1.- Determine the tariff part of the product
When exporting the product, This must be identified with a code and in turn registered in the base of the Harmonized System, on the portal: Click here
The aforementioned code will allow differentiate the product from another, as well as stipulate the regulations and tariff limitations that the product will be subject to in the market that imports it.
In the same way, it will facilitate the offer and demand when using the same password in any country, regardless of whether it is in one language or another.
2.- Know what documents are required to start the export process:
- The Digital Tax Receipt is required by Internet (CFDI) is the electronic invoice obtained for the transport of the products.
- The Foreign Trade Complement: It is related to the export exit operation of the product.
- You will need customs approval so that the customs agent allows the merchandise to exit on behalf of the exporter).
- Letter statement of reason indicating the operation detailed with direct delivery to the customs agent.
- Certificate originally.
- Transport documents.
- Packing list.
- Documents certifying compliance in full of the necessary permits; such as: various permits, health and quality certificates, etc.
Considerations to take into account before making an export
At the time of starting the process For export, you must know the market you want to conquer, this on the one hand, on the other it is recommended to have a product that is competitive, so much so that it manages to satisfy tastes, needs and preferences in the market based on design, quality and price.
What could ensure success or failure of a product is the acceptance or rejection of it in the local (national) market, not to mention that you must take into account what we recommend below:
- Own the RFC: First, the company must have all the documents in order, and if it is not yet, you can request it before the Secretary of Finance and Public Credit through this portal: Click here
- Analyze the market toHe who wants to expand.
If you want to know about the international market, certain considerations must be taken into account:
- Detailed country information, the specific area and what product you want to export.
- Anticipating the possible changes in market trends, economic, social and industry, the necessary information must be provided to forecast the possible requirements of the product.
- Choose the best opportunities for the product enter the chosen countries.
- Key points to make decisions regarding the promotion, distribution, adaptation and price of the product.
- Know if the product has particularities tariffs, in reference to trade treaties and international agreements established in México.
- Know the distribution channels and marketing in the destination country.
Export Advantages and Common Mistakes
1.- Advantages of exporting.
- Expansion and Increase of the company when establishing new sources of income.
- Reach to new market.
- It will not depend alone from the local market.
- Use of the production capacity.
- Technological update. Development and improvements in the business image.
- Regarding the price and to the quality of the products, the strengthening will arise as a result of the competitiveness.
2.- Errors that are usually made when exporting:
- Market ignorance to which you want to export.
- Lack of knowledge regarding export processes.
- Calculus deficiency of prices when exporting.
- Breach of delivery times and the quantities to be delivered.
- Believe that they will be obtained results immediately.
- Variety to the extreme of the markets,
- Unawareness of the counterpart.
Documents required to export
In all export processes Certain documentation is required, which we will mention below:
- The commercial invoice.
- Customs approval so that the customs agent proceeds with the exit of the product on behalf of the exporter (order conferred).
- Letter statement of reason indicating the detailed operation with direct delivery to the customs agent.
- Certificate of origin.
- Transport documents.
- Documents that certify compliance in full of the necessary permits; such as: various permits, health and quality certificates, etc.
What is a commercial invoice for exportar?
The commercial invoice (Commercial invoice in English), it is one of the most important documents when starting the export process to any country.
Many times it may be possible to export products in México, without the need to use the commercial invoice, but not so it can be done in other countries, where they ask you as a mandatory requirement.
It must be presented at original and with six (06) copies, all with autographed signature, without distinction of language, with this information:
- Country of origin (customs office of exit) and destination country (customs office of entry).
- Data from shipper or the seller (name and address).
- Name and purchaser’s address.
- Detailed description of the merchandise (name, brand, quality, code, number, etc.).
- Quantitative detail of the product (measurements of the shipment, quantity and weight).
- Currency used.
- Cost of each of the products shippeds, specifying the currency (preferably easy to convert).
- Dscription of the amounts for insurance, packaging costs, expenses and commissions.
Is any special permission required to export?
No, no special permission is required. It is only required to have been registered and remain active in the Federal Taxpayers Registry (RFC). With Certain products the company is required to register the Sectorial Exporters Register, among them are: uncrystallizable honeys, carved tobacco and alcoholic beverages, etc.
What are the regulations and tariff restrictions that the product to be exported must have?
- Given input or output of a product from a country, whether by import or export, said exit or said entry must comply with the payment of taxes (called tariffs). In our country most of the products do not have tariff costs.
- Non-tariff regulations are the provisions created by governments to control the flow of goods between countries, either to protect the national economy or the national productive plant or even to preserve the assets of each country, in reference to animal or plant health, health, and in order to make the quality of the product that is acquired known to consumers.
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