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IMPORT EXPORT

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Jasper Ramìrez

on 30 May 2016

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Transcript of IMPORT EXPORT

Logistics
Main export documents
INCOTERM
Packaging design , packaging and packaging.
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1. Empaquetado:
2. Etiquetado:

3. Embalaje:
• Caja corrugada de 62x37x40 cm.
• Dentro de la caja 160 empaques de Nestlé® Abuelita™ y cada empaque contiene 6 tabletas de chocolate.
• Las cajas van dentro de un contenedor.








Land Transport ( Road )

Type of cargo: Food boxes finished product, with an average weight of 10 kg per box , maximum 20 kg .
Maximum capacity: For maximum weight that the truck or 500-800 boxes per truck.


Consumo de producto anual y per cápita
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CPT Aduana Chicago

United States annually consumes an estimated 0.6 million tons of chocolate.
The average consumption is 5.68 km per year per person.
Selected market


United States - Chicago, Illinois
Tariff
The tariff of Chocolate in bar form is
1806.31.01
Quantitative non-tariff regulations
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1) Import Permit or Export (Document Annex )
2) Fees
3) Official prices
4) Taxes AD
5 ) Compensatory Tax

Qualitative non-tariff regulations.
1) Health Regulations
2) Packaging requirements
3) labeling requirements
4) Toxicity Regulations
5 ) Marks of Origin
6) Technical Standards
7) phytosanitary regulations
8) Quality standards
9) environmental regulations

IMPORT EXPORT

The choice of this location was taken on the basis that the United States is a neighboring country with which Mexico has established various Free Trade Agreements which enables us to export and import products. With reference to our product, it is a country that according to statistics, consumes 70 % of the chocolate produced in Mexico and therefore favors a good choice as an importer.

Why that country
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