Export to Mexico Documentation and Procedures

Instructor: Rossano V Gerald
Product ID: 703917
  • Duration: 90 Min

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This training program will detail appropriate multiple trade agreements that importers and exporters require when conducting trade transactions, focusing particularly on trade requirements and procedures while exporting to Mexico. The webinar will provide import compliance materials that examine U.S. Customs and Border Protection regulations for record keeping that can be used in the international logistic arena.

Why Should You Attend:

This course will provide an in-depth explanation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) that was established for companies to conduct business with Mexico, Canada and United States under this trade agreement. Also, it will address what export documentation must be used in the transportation of goods into Mexico. The course will further discuss trading procedures that exporters must comply with in order meet the NAFTA agreement. Finally, it will explain what impact local government and private resources will have on the exporter’s transaction process when it comes to tariff costs in this trading environment.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • What are the U.S. and Mexico cross-border trucking agreements?
  • Why must exporters understand the export financial procedures during the transaction process?
  • How do export payment terms have an effect on your duties?
  • What are the transportation modes that are associated with a company’s privatization and modernization process and will have an impact on your documentation?
  • Why must the exporter have an understanding of the local documentation process as per the treaty agreement?
  • How does NAFTA have an effect on the specific product requirements of the customs administration process of the export’s product duties?
  • Defining the antidumping and countervailing duties for exporting.
  • Describing labeling and other standards under the local government requirements.

Who Will Benefit:

  • Company Executive Officers (CEOs)
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Freight Forwarders
  • Customer Brokers
  • Transportation Risk Management Officer
  • Import Distributors
  • Small and medium-sized manufacturers that are foreign investors, who are seeking to reduce logistics costs, regardless of country of export and country of import challenges to bring their product to the marketplace

Instructor Profile:

Dr. Rossano V. Gerald is an academic professor and founder of RVG International Consulting Firm, LLC. He has over thirty years of business experience in strategic management, marketing analysis, and supply chain management. Dr. Gerald is a veteran of the United States Army. He has worked with small and medium-sized businesses to help improve their business logistic processes through verification of operational and supply chain programs. Further, he has developed management and marketing strategies that were used to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of business operations in the global economy. He earned a Doctor of Business Administration in International Business and Advanced Professional Business Certification in Marketing from Argosy University/Sarasota; Master of Science Degree (J.S.M.) for International Tax and Finance Services in the risk compliance and management field from the Thomas Jefferson School of Law.

Dr. Gerald is a member of the Free Trade Alliance, San Antonio Transportation Association, Inc., San Antonio SCORE, TX, Supply Chain Council and Institute of Business Forecasting & Planning, and CATO Institute of Research & Analysis and Academy of Business Research. He is a certified supply chain manager, inventory planner and property forecaster, and certified consultant for business value analysis and methodology. He is also a certified export leader, certified master management consultant, certified CCA, certified marketing analyst and registered business analyst. He is a member of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals and has published several scholarly papers including one on NAFTA -Transportation Challenges: Case Study US-Mexico for the Journal of International Business and Economics.

Topic Background:

Exporters trading in Mexico must consider the NAFTA provisions as it helps understand the documents and procedures needed in the logistics transaction process. The NAFTA measures will spell out the financial, transportation and documentation requirements for exporting to Mexico. This free trade agreement has various multipart that contain compliance documentation and procedures that are necessary in this international business in order facilitate entry of goods.

Exporters must understand why NAFTA does not provide formal individual responsibility, instead why is it always assigned to the company who exports. Also, exporters must address what is their responsibility in Mexico when it comes to distribution and selling of their goods. Next, exporters need to know the determination factors for the origination of goods under the NAFTA. For this reason, exporters must be aware of their roles when it comes to generating the documentation and what procedures must be followed in order to meet the duty compliance processes, which could lead to legal challenges and delay of the exportation process in this marketplace.

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