Paul Breukel, Allport Horti Logistics:

"Commercial invoice and packing list by themselves not enough for trade with Mexico"

Those who do business with foreign countries will have to deal with the logistics and human side of things. Paul Breukel of Allport Horti Logistics already gave tips and tricks in regards to dealing with this human side when doing business with Mexico, a developing country in the field of greenhouse horticulture. But there is also a lot of paperwork involved before suppliers and greenhouse builders can get their products imported and get to work. Paul: “In Mexico a bit more than just commercial invoices and packing lists are needed.”

Read more about getting an Approved Exporters Permit and formatting a EUR1-certificate here.    

For more information:  
Allport Netherlands
www.allportnetherlands.nl 

Paul Breukel
paul.breukel@allportnetherlands.nl 


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