Previo en Origin - Pre-Customs Clearance Inspection

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Pre-custom Clearance Inspection - Previo en Origen

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Introduction

With the increase in trade of goods with Mexico, a lot of suppliers often fail to realize their customs’ requirements. As a result, the shipments are scrutinized at the customs and wastes a lot of your valuable time. Thus, looking at the increasing trend of exports to Mexico Tetra Inspection has decided to offer Pre-customs clearance inspection services for its clients.

What is Pre-customs clearance Inspection?

Pre-customs clearance Inspection or locally called “the Previo en Origen” is a type of inspection that is carried out prior to the dispatch of shipments to Mexico.

The pre-customs clearance inspections include the visual checking of:

If all the requirements comply with the Mexican regulations, then the customs clear the shipment. Whereas, if there is any deficiency in any of these aspects, the shipment is delayed, unless the corrections are made.

As a result, it becomes extremely important for shipments headed to Mexico to get a seamless passage through the Mexican customs check. In addition, here are a few more benefits that you can avail while using the Tetra Inspection’s Previo en Origen.

Pre-Customs clearance Inspection
Pre-customs clearance Inspection or locally called “the Previo en Origen” is a type of inspection that is carried out prior to the dispatch. footwear inspection

Importance of Pre-Customs Clearance Inspection

In addition to the saved time and cost on shipment, here are a few other benefits of pre-customs inspection:

Thus, a Previo en Origen can greatly improve your supply chain and help maintain your brand image.

 

Procedure for Pre-Customs Clearance Inspection (Previo en Origen)?

Pre-customs clearance inspection is a technical inspection that covers multiple aspects at a time. For instance, the following aspects of your shipment are checked thoroughly at the Mexican customs. As a result, they are a part of the pre-customs clearance inspection. These aspects include:

Entry paperwork or Pedimento is the single most important document for your shipment. Any issues found with the "Pedimento" can have you end up paying a hefty sum in terms of fine.

Thus, it is extremely important that you fill the entry paperwork properly. Though, you shouldn't worry as the service is included in the Tetra Inspection pre-customs inspection package.

The HS or HTS codes are the internationally used codes for commodity identification. These codes originated in1983 by world customs organization and have been adapted by 206 countries since. Thus, proper labeling of your shipment with the HS codes before they reach the customs officials of Mexico is extremely important.

The loading sheet provides a layout of the equipment in the containers. In case of a discrepancy in the loading sheet, you may have to pay a heavy fine.

Thus, you must have your loading sheet properly checked by a professional supply chain service provider.

Pre-tariff classification is another major issue that you can be resolved during the pre-custom’s clearance inspection. According to Mexican import rules, different tariffs apply to different products imported from various countries. As a result, the entire list of products and country combination becomes a hectic thing for you to remember. Thus, Tetra Inspection can easily solve your problem and provide your shipment with a pre-tariff classification in no time.

The Mexican Official Regulations and Standards or NOM are the standards that define all the import rules, conditions and any precautions for specific imported products. Hence, you must comply with the NOM otherwise the entire shipment can get confiscated or heavily fined.

Entry paperwork or Pedimento is the single most important document for your shipment. Any issues found with the "Pedimento" can have you end up paying a hefty sum in terms of fine.

Thus, it is extremely important that you fill the entry paperwork properly. Though, you shouldn't worry as the service is included in the Tetra Inspection pre-customs inspection package.

The HS or HTS codes are the internationally used codes for commodity identification. These codes originated in1983 by world customs organization and have been adapted by 206 countries since. Thus, proper labeling of your shipment with the HS codes before they reach the customs officials of Mexico is extremely important.

The loading sheet provides a layout of the equipment in the containers. In case of a discrepancy in the loading sheet, you may have to pay a heavy fine.

Thus, you must have your loading sheet properly checked by a professional supply chain service provider.

Pre-tariff classification is another major issue that you can be resolved during the pre-custom’s clearance inspection. According to Mexican import rules, different tariffs apply to different products imported from various countries. As a result, the entire list of products and country combination becomes a hectic thing for you to remember. Thus, Tetra Inspection can easily solve your problem and provide your shipment with a pre-tariff classification in no time.

The Mexican Official Regulations and Standards or NOM are the standards that define all the import rules, conditions and any precautions for specific imported products. Hence, you must comply with the NOM otherwise the entire shipment can get confiscated or heavily fined.

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