The Ins And Outs Of Shipping With International Logistics Companies
Ammunition, firing caps, and loaded metal cartridges for portable firearms.
Coins; banknotes; currency notes (paper money); securities or checks of any kind payable to bearer; traveler’s checks; platinum, gold, or silver, manufactured or not; precious stones; jewelry; and other valuable articles.
Meat and products derived from pork.
Perishable confectionery, pastries, fruit, and vegetables.
Perishable infectious biological substances.
Perishable noninfectious biological substances.
Pistols and other devices for emitting tear gas.
Tickets, lists, and circulars for foreign lotteries.
Works infringing copyrights covering Mexico.
Chocolate and products made from chocolate require prior authorization from the Mexican Secretary of Commerce.
Medicinal products, beauty products, cosmetics, and toilet articles are admitted only by prior approval of the Department of Public Health in Mexico.
Goods whose commercial value exceed U.S. $70 should be accompanied by a commercial invoice.
Import permits or licenses are required for merchandise exceeding U.S. $1,000. Merchandise valued lower than U.S. $1,000 does not require an import permit.
To hurry delivery of items subject to customs duty, commercial shipments must be accompanied by two copies of the commercial invoice, and inserted inside the package.
Global Express Guaranteed (210) Price Group 2
Priority Mail Express
International (220) Price Group 2
Maximum length: 36 inches
Endorse item clearly next to mailing label as BUSINESS PAPERS.
Microfiche, microfilm, computer data (including magnetic tapes and disks), and merchandise samples.
Coins; banknotes; currency notes, including paper money; securities of any kind payable to bearer; traveler’s checks; platinum, gold, and silver; precious stones; jewelry; watches; and other valuable articles are prohibited in Priority Mail Express International shipments to Mexico.
An import license is required for microfilm, microfiche, and computer data.
To avoid confusion with domestic five-digit ZIP Codes, mailers should place the five-digit Postal Code for the destination city in Mexico in front of town name, and the capitalized country name should appear because the last line of the address. For instance:
Reciprocal Service Name: Servicio de Correspondencia Agrupada (SERCA) or Correos Acelerado International (CAI)
Country Code: MX
Areas Served: All
Priority Mail International (230) Price Group 2
First-Class Mail International (240) Price Group 2
First-Class Package International Service (250) Price Group 2
Direct Sack to at least one Addressee Price scene bangs styles Group 2
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