Month: December 2018

What is COVE and how does it work?

What is COVE and how does it work? The COVE is the electronic proof of value that replaces any document that supports the commercial value of the goods within the customs clearance in order to achieve paperless customs. It consists in downloading to VUCEM (single window) all the information from your invoice or any document […]

Mexico Customs Law

The customs law is intended to regulate those who introduce goods into or extract goods into the national territory whether they are their owners, owners, recipients, shippers, agents, customs agents or anyone who has an intervention in the introduction, extraction, custody storage handling and tenure. The first customs law was published on 30 December 1981 […]

Mexico Customs Law

Oversized load

What is the Oversized Load?   The oversized cargo is considered that it exceeds by weight and measures the permitted capacity of standard equipment, so they require special handling, this cargo is divided into land and air sea.   Oversized cargo in ground service In ground services we can contract various means of transport, for […]

Prevalidation and Validation of Pedimentos

Prevalidation and Validation of Pedimentos According to article 16-A of the Customs Law mentions that those who enter or extract goods from the national territory will be obliged to prevalidate the pediments (check our article here) that they submit to the Electronic Customs System (SEA), before persons authorized to provide such services. The prevalidation is […]

Basic elements of an import pediment

One of the most important documents within the international logistics process is the document known as import or export. The order is an order of tax declaration informing the SAT of the destination to be given to goods that are entered or extracted from the country and checks compliance with customs obligations. What is a […]

Transporting hazardous materials

Transporting hazardous materials A hazardous material is any solid, liquid or gaseous substance that by its physical, chemical or biological characteristics that can cause harm to humans, the environment and property. The United Nations classifies hazardous material types as 9. Class 1: Explosive It comprises explosive substances, explosive articles and substances producing pyrotechnic explosive effect. […]