Customs Brokers

What it is?

According to Secretaría de Administración Tributaria (SAT), customs clearance is understood as the set
of acts and formalities related to the entry of goods into the national territory and the exit of the same.
This process must be performed with meticulousness, in such a way that any difficulty in the shipment
or reception of your merchandise is avoided,
therefore it is important to verify the requirements and tariff fraction of the merchandise or products to
be imported or exported, to check that the documents are issued correctly and that they arrive earlier
with the customs agent for their preparation and review.
In Helsan we have the ability to carry out customs clearance at any customs since we have a national
and international network of specialized personnel, whether in land, air or sea customs.

customs clearance

electronic entry of import documents

tariff classification council

statistical reports

technical assessment and advice on legislation

Applications for tariff concession

a) Items description

b) Measurement of the items considering packaging (length, height, wide)

c) Weight of the package

d) Origin and destination (with complete addresses)

a) Type of item.
b) Packaging
c) Urgency
d) Especificaciones necesarias para la manipulación de la carga
e) Availability of the transportation method
f) Tariffs

With Helsan you will be able to get a quote through our website.
Or if your prefer through email, WhatsApp or phone.

We must validate the following information:
1. Mileage of the route
2. Weight and volume of the packaged item
3. Origin and destination (with complete addresses)
4. Schedule for the loading and unloading the shipment
5. Ideal method of transportation
6. Tariffs and invoices

Each product has its own code and tariff. Regarding to the documents, they should be
determined (according to the type of commodity), in the days previous to the import and shipment. The most common documents are: Invoice, certificate of origin, and all the letters that are presented during the customs clearance of your goods.

It is usually safe as long as you know some of the history of your supplier. One important tip is to request for a sample, before buying anything in that way you will be able to verify if the materials and quality of the products is the one that you agreed upon.

The risk is minimal. Nevertheless is recommended to buy a special insurance policy, Helsan is able to help with that process.

Customs procedures are long process; that is why Helsan has partnerships with different agents in a wide variety of cities in the world, they are in charge of handling the process to make as efficient as possible.

Definitely no. Depending on the season some ports get saturated, it's also important to mention that some origins had to arrive 1 ship at the time, making the process even longer.

Weapons, money, gold and animals.

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