Mexico

 

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Mexico (MX)

Accepts ATA Carnet for:

  • Commercial Samples
  • Exhibitions and Fairs
  • Professional Equipment

Visit Mexican customs at:
http://www.aduanas.sat.gob.mx/aduana_mexico/2011/home.asp

Press Releases: ICC and USCIB English and Spanish version

 

Mexico City National Chamber of Commerce (CANACO)

Paseo de la Reforms No. 42 Col. Centro C.P.
06048 Mexico, D.F.

Tel: 5255 3685 2269 ext 1302
Fax: 5255 3685 2200

Email: karagonc@camaradecomerciodemexico.com.mx
WWW: http://www.camaradecomerciodemexico.com.mx/

Special Considerations

To successfully enter Mexico with your Carnet, please be prepared with the following:

  1. Translation in Spanish of the general list.
  2. Carnets entering Mexico must be registered before arrival. Submit the registration form at: www.CarnetATAMexico.com.mx/ata
  3. For instructions on completing this form please Click Here.
  4. MX customs approval may take 2-3 days.
  5. MX customs will allow Carnets to remain in Mexico for six months.
  6. Goods must depart Mexico by the Final Date of Re-exportation on the importation counterfoil.

 

*** Effective immediately all Mexican Customs offices at all ports are authorized to handle ATA Carnets.

Staff Contact:   Andrew Shiles

Senior VP, ATA Carnet and Trade Services
Tel: 212.703.5079

Former FedEx executive and cargo industry veteran Andrew Shiles leads USCIB’s portfolio of trade services, including the “merchandise passports” used by thousands of exporters around the world to get goods through customs quickly and easily. Shiles works to expand U.S. trade interests through promotion of the ATA Carnet program. Shiles comes to USCIB following more than 30 years at FedEx Express, the world’s largest air express cargo company, most recently as global regulatory compliance manager, where he served on USCIB’s Customs and Trade Facilitation Committee. His leadership experience in global supply-chain management includes participation in U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Simplified Entry Working Group, which redesigned and implemented the current entry-clearance process into the United States.
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