Mexico imports a wide range of goods and services from Ireland, from technology support to products related to the dairy industry. Mexico’s Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo described Ireland as Mexico’s ‘natural gateway to Europe’.
Sources: GOV.UK, RTE News, The World Bank
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information about Mexico
Gateways into the country: 10
Number of Service Centres/Depots: 70
DHL Delivery Zone: 9
Fleet: 2,238 vehicles
IMPORTS TO MEXICO
EXPORTS FROM MEXICO
The times provided for dutiable shipments are based on the time expected for customs in Mexico to clear the shipment – this is dependent on the value of the shipment.
|Mexico City||2 days||3 days|
|Merida||2 days||3 days|
|Guadalajara||2 days||3 days|
|Hermosillo||2 days||2 days|
|Monterrey||3 days||2 days|
Mexico Customs prohibit or restrict the import of the following items into Mexico. Logistics providers will also have a list of items that are prohibited or restricted for transport to any location, for example dangerous goods. DHL’s standard list of prohibited items also applies.
Goods with wooden packaging can be imported in accordance with Mexican Government regulations, however, if marked in accordance with the International Agreement of Protection, import will not be permitted.