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How Is the Export Process of Mexican Mangoes?

Fresh Mango
Mexico
Seujin Jang
Updated Aug 30, 2022
The export process for mangoes include getting the PO ready, internal and external quality inspections, preparing required documents such as commercial invoice, quality certificates, bill of lading, certificate of origin, packing list, exports declaration, goods and container insurance, logistics and customs.

Export process: Getting ready the PO according to buyer’s needs in terms of volume, size, and quality-> Internal and external quality inspections -> Prepare required documents such as Commercial Invoice, Quality Certificates, Bill of Lading, Certificate of Origin, Packing List, Exports Declaration, Goods’ and Container Insurance, Logistics Processes and Customs Processes.


Deal payment: FOB (Free on Board) and FCA (Free Carrier) are mainly used. However, sometimes, the deals are done in CIF (Cost, Insurance and Freight) and CIP (Carriage and Insurance Paid To).


The documents required for exporting include Tax ID (RFC), Trademark or proof of authorization to use the commercial name, Bar code acquired from AMECE, and the certificates required by the Federal Commission for the Protection against Sanitary Risks (COFEPRIS) of the Ministry of Health.


Export Documents Required:

Tax ID (RFC) of the company or person who is exporting

Trademark or proof of authorization to use the commercial name

Bar code acquired from Mexican Association of Standards for Electronic Commerce (AMECE)

Federal Commission for the Protection against Sanitary Risks (COFEPRIS) of the Ministry of Health (SSA) issues the following certificates:

Free Export Certificate

Export Certificate

Certificate for export of conformity of good sanitary practices

Certificate for export of conformity with product analysis

Export authorization from the Ministry of Trade

The documents that prove to comply with non-tariff barriers

Commercial invoice

Packing list

Certificate of Origin

Phytosanitary Certificates from SENASICA (National Service of Health, Safety, and Agrifood Quality)

Exports Declaration

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