Northbound Customs Clearance

  • Receive shipment documentation prior to arrival
  • Preparation of Mexican exit document (Pedimento)
  • Send documents to US Custom Broker and await inward cargo manifest for crossing
  • Arrival of merchandise at US. Customs import lot
  • Clearance of goods by US. Customs Broker
  • Clearance of goods by USDOT and Texas DPS
  • Follow up until arrival at your warehouse

Southbound Customs Clearance

Exportation to Mexico

  • Receive shipment documentation prior to arrival
  • Receive goods at warehouse
  • Inspection and revision of goods at warehouse
  • Verification of documents and classification
  • Preparation of Customs entry documents AES (Automated Export System)
  • Dispatch to US Customs for clearance

Logistic procedure of overland Exportation

Step 1 - Customs Documentation

  • Commercial Invoice
  • Packing List
  • SITRAIN Traffic Number
  • Certificate of Origen (NAFTA)
  • EIN

Step 2 - Arrival and Warehouse

  • Receiving of merchandise
  • Unloading
  • Labeling
  • Loading
  • HTS Code of goods
  • Coordinating transportation

Step 3 - Closing Procedure

  • Pharr, Tx. – Reynosa, Tamps.
  • Brownsville, Tx – Matamoros, Tamps.
  • Laredo, Tx - Nuevo Laredo, Tamps.
  • Laredo, Tx - Colombia, N.L.

Step 4 - Mexican Customs Dispatch

  • Red Light – Inspection of goods by Customs Authorities loading and unloading of goods at Customs Import Lot
  • Green Light – Clear entry of goods by Customs Authorities without Inspection