Customs clearance and export filing: crucial for successful shipping across the Mexico-U.S. border. Our knowledge and experience saves you from unwanted extra costs and wasted time.
Temporarily import raw materials, parts, and components into Mexico to assemble goods within a specific time frame without paying applicable customs. Avoid costly delays by keeping track of changing regulations.
Warehouse and drayage
Take advantage of our warehouse and drayage solutions as your goods make their way to the border. Get peace of mind knowing where your goods are and their condition at all times.
Your customs and shipping data at your fingertips. Our full suite of advanced technology solutions designed for importers and exporters help you track your documents and your goods as they cross the border.
Addressing the unique challenges of the of southern border.
Conducting business across the U.S. southern border is significantly different than the northern border. You might need to work with multiple parties in the United States and Mexico, including Mexican customs brokerage, U.S. customs brokerage, warehousing, drayage, and freight forwarding. We can help you make sure all the parts are working in unison.
Work with the right partners.
Finding the right third party suppliers and negotiating the correct rates is a challenge, but is key to your success in Mexico. Specialized bilingual professionals help you eliminate the need for you to negotiate, select, or manage any of your service providers on the border.
Control inventory confidently.
Dealing with a drayage operator that is continually late or can’t find a container is a headache no business needs. We’ll help you find reliable partners, then monitor quality and compliance so your goods get to their destinations safely without delay.
Keep processes consistent.
Your customs teams need a standardized flow of data to ensure your goods move efficiently over the border. We provide exceptional workflow tools and systems to help you ship, store, and clear your goods into and out of Mexico without added costs.
Mexico’s IMMEX laws are changing. New tax laws have eliminated the value-added tax exemption for temporary imports of goods. Imported goods are now subject to VAT payment at the time of import. In addition, the VAT has increased from 11% to 16%.
There are exemptions available – if you know how to find them. Livingston can help.
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