Get comprehensive and up-to-date information about the Mexico market and the export potential for your products and services!
For more information about our market research services, please contact our specialists for the relevant industry sectors.
The Government of Mexico is soliciting public comment on proposed technical regulations concerning essential safety devices for new vehicles.
The Carte Porte requirement will be applied to all importation and exportation of goods in transit within Mexican territory.
Mexico has announced preliminarily plans to draft a new Official Mexican Standard that would place restrictions on the placement of products in supermarkets
The Government of Mexico published in its Official Gazette a decree announcing the creation of a new National Customs Agency (ANAM).
U.S. companies can comment on proposed regulation published by Mexico’s General Standards Bureau (DGN).
Mexico’s Health and Sanitary Risk Authority has published a manual outlining the requirements for complying with its front of package labeling requirements.
Public comments are welcome on proposed changes to Mexico’s Harmonized System (HS) of Goods Classification, commonly referred to as HS or tariff codes.
Mexico updates requirements for The Value Declaration, importation paperwork to successfully import goods into Mexico.
Mexico has effectively decreased the number of used vehicle imports through regulations and requirements.
Exporting to Mexico? Know the changes to Mexico’s “NOM Annex” which identifies the HS codes of imported products subject compliance with technical regulations.
The National Quality Infrastructure Program is the official document used to plan, inform, & coordinate standardization activities, public and private.
The Mexican medical devices sector represents an important market for U.S. exporters.
Mexico recently made important changes to the application of labeling requirements.
Plastic recycling machinery will be in demand in Mexico for the next few years, especially machinery that can be integrated into the production process and is capable of producing high-purity, near-prime pellets.
Mexico’s demand for recyclable plastic waste is substantial, which provides sales opportunities for U.S. small or medium sized exporters (SMEs). Excluding polyethylene terephthalate (PET), an export market worth USD 19 million could be a niche market for U.S. plastic exporters.