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Relocation in Mexico

 

* What do you know about Mexican temporal importation programs?
          o Do you know about importation options to Mexico without paying taxes?
          o There are so many options depending on the type of operation you want.

* While importing in a temporarily basis (Maquila/Pitex) should we pay importation taxes?
          o The majority of the times machinery from Canada or USA doesn’t pay taxes.
          o However, sometimes the machinery may not be from USA or Canada, it could be exempt of paying taxes with some existing programs in México.

* How to save money on importation taxes?
          o Revise fomentation programs and treaties that Mexico has.

* The materials coming from U.S.A. and Canada are exempt of paying taxes?
          o Yes, it all depends on manufacturing/fabrication place (Maquinado)

* Which City/Border is the fastest and cheapest while importing to Mexico?
          o Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas is the best Mexican Customs border that imports the most. (terrestrial)
          o Coming from Europe, Veracruz and Altamira are the best maritime ports to import.
          o Coming from Asia, Manzanillo is the best maritime port to import.
          o Mexico City offers the best airport.

* Which cities of Mexico offer the best infrastructure for plant installations?
          o
            Monterrey, Ramos Arizpe, San Luis Potosí and Edo. of México.

*  Which cities of Mexico count with the best human resources?
          o Monterrey, Ramos Arizpe, San Luis Potosí y el Edo. De México

 

*What Mexican cities offer tax and incentives for relocation?
          o San Luis Potosí, Querétaro, Aguascalientes

* Which city is more convenient and closest to the border of USA to relocate?
          o Monterrey

* Which are the industrial sectors per city?
          o Shoe & Leather Industry – León, Guanajuato
          o Metal Mechanics – Monterrey, Ramos Arizpe, San Luis Potosí, Guadalajara
          o Electronics – Monterrey, Guadalajara
          o Textiles– Torreón, Puebla, Aguascalientes
          o Steel – Monterrey
          o Automotive – Ramos Arizpe, Toluca, Silao, San Luis Potosí, Puebla, Aguascalientes

*  What does a foreign Investor needs to do to move its operations into Mexico?
          o Exist plenty of facilities for foreign investors.
          o México counts with International Treaties with U.S.A, Canadá, Europe, Japan, South America, etc.

* As a foreign Company, what are the requirements to open a plant in México?
          o It’s recommended to contact specialized company advisers with experience in plants installations.

* Why México?
          o Geographic situation
          o Qualified manual labor
          o International treaties of commerce
          o People attitude
          o Service Culture
          o Doesn’t have any conflict with labor unions
          o Trust suppliers
          o Good Infrastructure in Ports and Highways

* Is it true that the manual labor is cheaper?
          o Yes, it is competitive, qualified and accessible... More and better results on its inversion

* Is it true that Mexico has a qualified manual labor?
          o Yes, Mexico counts with a higher level capacity young population, and service attitude, which distinguished Mexico from other countries.
          o México counts with recognized universities at international level

* Is it difficult to obtain manual labor?
          o No

*  Where do I need to apply to import to México?
          o We recommend to you to contact a qualified company to advise you on your project.

* What are the Mexican government requirements to import to México?
          o The requirements are simple and easy to fulfill whenever it is had an appropriate Custom Broker.

* It there exists requirements to export from México?
          o No, in the majority of times.

* Is it true that operating in Mexico is bureaucratic?
          o No, Mexico counts with one of the most advanced Customs systems of the world.

* Does infrastructure exists on Highways?
          o Yes, México counts with excellent infrastructure on highways which are very competitive at international level.

* Do the transport carriers count with service capacity?
          o Yes, the most important transport carriers of the world count with installations and/or strategic associations in Mexico.

* Do the maritime ports offer good services?
          o Yes, they do.

*  Do the airports count with good infrastructure?
          o The 3 most important airports: México, Monterrey and Guadalajara, and compete with any airport of the world.

* What are the differences between domestic shipments and international shipments?
          o The domestic shipments are sent with transport carrier documents only, while Internationals requires invoice and certificate of origins when it applies.

* Does México count with trustable suppliers?
          o Yes, México counts with very competitive suppliers at International Level.

* Can be sent to Mexico a machine or disassembling line in several box trailers?
          o Affirmative, there’s easy options to apply, we recommend to get advice before disassemble and/or acquisition.

* Should I look for an expert advisor to counseling at the moment of disassembling a plant/Maquila and send it to Mexico?
          o Yes, you should.
          o Before disassembling, contact a Mexican Importation expert.
          o Select transport companies that have interchange with Mexican companies, and also make sure that they provide enough capacity for your volumes.
          o There are goods that are easy to obtain in Mexico, and if you import them to Mexico will result more expensive.
          o The way to load your machinery is very important that way it won’t suffer any damages during the transfer.
          o It is very important to define the packing to make sure that your goods arrive in good conditions
          o The best form to load a plant/disassemble machinery, is to consider the importation matter to Mexico (according to its classification)
          o You need an expert who knows about the Mexican Laws to recommend you how to load your machinery.
          o Contact and coordinate transportation with an expert advisor, which will result in saving time and money.
          o
            Depending on the origin of your goods, choose the best port of entrance to Mexico - asks the expert.

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Relocation success stories:

    * Viskase
    * Ceramaspeed
    * Tri Con
    * Herman Miller
    * Oxford

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