A custom clearance is the right and obligation that customs agents have to open the containers that arrive at the port to make an exhaustive review of the merchandise to confirm that the merchandise declared in the order ties with the packing list and the invoice, of this way to have precise knowledge of the tariff classifications and the calculation of taxes to which the load is subject. They also corroborate that the cargo meets the official Mexican requirements such as NOM (Official Mexican Standard), denominations of origin, among others.
The Customs Clearance Inspection is coordinated together with the freight forwarder and the supplier to transfer one of our Inspectors to the supplier’s courtyards at the time of loading. The physical inspection of the merchandise that is loaded into the container is done to ensure that there are no anomalies with the shipping documents (invoice and packing list).
In addition, it is verified that the merchandise complies with the import requirements according to the laws of the destination country and your requirements.
This service speeds up the dispatch process at the port of destination in up to 48 hours, as well as avoiding fines, penalties or more serious consequences before the Mexican port authority.