How to export red wine?

I want to export red wine  

We know that day-to-day foreign trade is transformed, knowing the provisions of the law both tariff and non-tariff is paramount to successful operations.

 

Based on the manual that public PROMEXICO on its portal, here we list the steps required for all export and access to new markets.

Steps for a successful export

DETERMINE YOUR PRODUCT WHAT CAN BE EXPORTED?

All types of products can be exported, however it is necessary to evaluate their competitiveness. (Guide to the determination of an exportable product).

DETERMINE YOUR MARKET WHERE CAN I EXPORT?

To know about the international market you require, among other things:

Preselect countries that offer the best opportunities for your product, once you have defined your market it is very convenient to make an observation trip, which will allow you to analyze the related: product, price, distribution points, forms of marketing and distribution and competition. It is important to consider transportation options and their costs. Investigate whether your product has tariff preferences under Mexico's international trade treaties and agreements.

DEVELOP AN EXPORT BUSINESS PLAN

It is important to have an Export business plan and to know the tariff and non-tariff regulations and restrictions of your product and identify what documentation you require to export.

To achieve a successful export it is necessary to know the documents and regulations that our product must comply with when it is exported

In the case of alcoholic beverages such as wine (they are those that contain ethyl alcohol in a proportion of 2% and up to 55% by volume), in addition to being active in the Federal Taxpayer Register it is necessary to be registered in the Exporters' Register Sectoral, these products are: alcoholic beverages, beer, alcohol, denatured alcohol, crystalclear honeys and tilled tobaccos.

Documents needed for an export

 

  1. Commercial invoice
  2. Request granted (authorisation before the customs authority for the customs agent to carry out clearance in the name of the exporter)
  3. Letter of instructions to the customs agent (specific and detailed information of the transaction and is delivered directly to the customs agent)
  4. Packing list
  5. Certificate of Origin
  6. Transport document
  7. Documents that support compliance with non-tariff regulations and restrictions, such as: health certificates, quality certificates, permits, etc.

 

Check all requirements directly in the DOF (Official Journal of the Federation) .

 

At Grupo Griska we are very proud to have more than 20 years of experience in the transport of packaged and bulk liquids, either by means of flexi e iso tanks or palletized cargo, we help you. Contact us now.

 

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