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Parcel delivery to Mexico

ParcelParcel can ship your parcel or document fast and inexpensively to Mexico or other countries in South America.

Customs information for Mexico

When you are sending a parcel to Mexico, keep in mind the customs formalities in this country. Mexico has a ban on imports of hardware, animal products, wool, leather and meat. With these bans, Mexico tries to prevent contamination of, for example, foot-and-mouth disease.

Import restrictions apply to:

  • Used clothing

  • Asian textiles

  • Alcohol

  • Tabaco

  • Medicines

  • Firearms

  • Bicycles

  • Pencils

  • CD’s


For more detailed information on imports, visit the website of the Ministry of Economics. You can also contact the Subsecretaría de Negociaciones Comerciales Internacionales (SECOFI) NAFTA Desk by calling: 1.202.728.1700.

Parcels to Mexico shall be provided with one orginal and two copies of a customs invoice. Invoices must be drawn in Spanish or English in order to avoid delays at customs. Invoices with visible corrections will not be accepted. The phone number of the recipient is mandatory for all documentation. Orginal invoices are legally required. The translation for parcel in Spanish is ‘parcela’ and document is written as ‘documento’.

The Mexican authorities demand that a NOM (Normas Oficiales Mexicanas) mark should be visible on certain imports, including, for example, electronic goods. This mark, which confirms that the concerned goods comply with the specific safety requirements must be stated on any relevant product or - in cases where an alternative is allowed by law - on the packaging.

Therefore, we advise all senders of electronic and other goods to Mexico to make sure that all the products are entirely NOM-compliant before shipping.

Common types of products that are subject to NOM requirements are:
  • Hair styling appliances (for example: hairdryers)

  • Heaters

  • Computer keyboards and power adapters

  • Printer parts

  • Digital video cameras

  • Rechargeable batteries for mobile phones and laptops

  • Plastic covers and bags for mobile phones

  • Plastic wristwatches

  • Plastic belts

  • Imitation jewelry

  • Make-up products

For more detailed information, we would like to refer you to the website of Normas Officiales Mexicanas and the website of the Servicio de Administracion Tributaria (SAT).

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