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Our services help you reduce risks and economic losses in your business with China, more than 600 companies have benefited

IMPORT AND RISK PREVENTION

SUPPLIER RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

We support you in finding suppliers in China based on your needs. Our reports include: contact information, products, annual sales, production capacity, main clients, certifications, comparative table with quotation of products offered by each company.

COMPANY VERIFICATION IN CHINA

We confirm the existence of the supplier through an inspection visit to the factory. Our reports include: confirmation of general company data, certifications, description of the production and quality department, photographs of the facilities, processes, products, among others.

QUALITY ASSURANCE

We perform laboratory tests on the product to ensure that it meets the technical and ergonomic specifications of the purchase order.

PRE SHIPMENT INSPECTION

Visit to the factory to verify that the product meets the specifications of the purchase order.

Contact

Roberto Gutiérrez

E-Mail: services@chinachambermexico.org
Tel. +52 (55) 5511-2011

MIGRATORY PROCESSES

VISA PROCESSING ADVISORY AND MANAGEMENT

  • Form filling
  • Compilation of required documentation
  • Direct management at the Consular Offices
  • Collection of the Visa once it has been approved

ADVISORY AND MANAGEMENT OF ABTC CARD PROCESSING (APEC)

  • Request entry
  • Guidance to meet the necessary requirements
  • Coordination of appointment for taking biometrics
  • Management of payment for APEC card rights
  • Collection of the card once it has been approved

LEGALIZATION OF DOCUMENTS

This service refers to presenting documents to the Mexican authorities and to the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Mexico and they certify that it is a reliable document. All the institutions involved insert their official seal to endorse the legality and appear in China with whom it corresponds.

Contact

Roberto Gutiérrez

E-Mail: services@chinachambermexico.org
Tel. +52(55) 5511-2011

CONSULTING AND ADVISORY

JURIDIC AND LEGAL ISSUES

Through the law firms affiliated with us, we offer advice on legal and legal matters. Specialized in Corporate Law, Tax, Energy, Legal Strategies, Regulatory Solutions, Commercial in general.

TRADEMARK AND PATENT REGISTRATION IN CHINA

If you are interested in venturing into the Chinese market, selling a product or want to manufacture your prototype in China, you should consider registering the trademark, patent or design, since registration in Mexico does not extend your rights in China, it must be done a new record considering the laws of the Asian country.

CUSTOMS MATTER

We advise companies that will start their foreign trade operations, from the correct tariff classification of their product, customs clearance, support in import and export processes and transport services.

COMMERCIAL DISPUTES

China Chamber Mexico has created the China Mexico Alternative Dispute Resolution Center, which is the Center in charge of resolving commercial differences between the different parties. In addition to providing advice on prevention.

CONTRACT DRAFTING

When we think about commercial operations, it is important to consider the drafting of a contract where the guidelines, conditions, agreements, delivery times and penalties that both parties agree to carry out the sale are stipulated.

Contact

Roberto Gutiérrez

E-Mail: services@chinachambermexico.org
Tel. +52(55) 5511-2011

TRANSLATION

Don’t let that language be an impediment, we offer simultaneous translation in:

INTERPRETERS IN MEXICO AND CHINA

If you require the support of a language interpreter to accompany you to your business meetings or business events, we have highly qualified personnel in Mexico and China.

WEBSITES TRANSLATION

We have the service for websites translation into Mandarin Chinese.

TELEPHONE AND REMOTE COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT

If the support of a translator is required for telephone calls or remotely, we have qualified personnel.

Contact

Roberto Gutiérrez

E-Mail: services@chinachambermexico.org
Tel. +52(55) 5511-2011

INFORMATION AND BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE

MARKET RESEARCH REPORT BY INDUSTRY

We offer research on business opportunities for specific sectors and products. We review statistics to know the current situation of commercial exchange.

STATISTICAL DOSSIERS

This document contains statistical information on economic and social issues for both countries. Collect data about bilateral trade.

Contact

Roberto Gutiérrez

E-Mail: services@chinachambermexico.org
Tel. +52(55) 5511-2011

LOGISTICS

CUSTOMS CLEARANCE

We link you with the customs agents registered with us for your import and export process, as well as the presentation of necessary documents and customs clearance.

TRANSPORT

In the Mexico China Chamber we have logistics companies and forwarders that can help you with the transport of your goods from China and other countries, either by sea or by air. Services are offered from the collection of goods at origin, to the complete transfer and delivery to the warehouse.

IMPORT AND EXPORT PROCEDURES

We provide advice for import and export processes, in tariff and non-tariff matters, as well as the requirements and NOMS to comply with for international operations.

Contact

Roberto Gutiérrez

E-Mail: services@chinachambermexico.org
Tel. +52(55) 5511-2011

TRAINING

CHINESE LANGUAGE, PROTOCOL AND CULTURE COURSE

We offer a specialized language and culture course. We lay the foundations for language learning and provide an introduction to Chinese culture and particularly in business protocol.

Contact

Roberto Gutiérrez

E-Mail: services@chinachambermexico.org
Tel. +52(55) 5511-2011

INTERNATIONAL PROMOTION

CCCTM helps you prospect for business opportunities

IDENTIFICATION OF TRADE FAIRS AND EXHIBITIONS IN MEXICO AND CHINA

We support you with information on the best sector fairs and the management of your trip.

Contact

Roberto Gutiérrez

E-Mail: services@chinachambermexico.org
Tel. +52(55) 5511-2011

China Mexico Alternative Dispute Resolution Center

FRAUD PREVENTION

At the CCCTM, we are aware of a constant problem in the commercial exchange between Mexico and China. Cases of fraud between entrepreneurs in both countries are becoming more frequent, with some of the following modalities being the most common:

  • Payment slip.
  • Shipment of merchandise other than that specified in the purchase order (i.e. sand instead of paraffin).
  • Theft of identity or hacking of e-mail accounts where they contact the buyer and request that payments be made to bank accounts other than those granted by the company.
  • Changes in the price of the merchandise once it is on its way to its destination.

Many times there are no legal documents that support the purchase, since they are made through a verbal contract or by email and the importer, in addition to losing money because such documents do not exist, comes into conflict with the customs authorities since they initiate procedures administrative charges due to misclassification of the merchandise, and they even lose the import registry.

BLACK LIST

Cargo Transport International Logistcs Co., Ltd.

This company is blackmailing us and extorting us with alleged expenses it made to safeguard the container that brings merchandise that I own and argues that if it is not paid, it will not deliver the BL to release the cargo. All his assumptions are false, there were no incidents with the shipping company and he does not present proof of the alleged expenses.

 

Wealth international Co., Ltd.

The material was purchased by requesting and paying for a rutile content of 87% and 92%. And the supplier sent the material with a lower content than what its invoice and chemical analysis refer to. Legal help was requested for fraud.

 

Zhejiang Feiyue Vehicle Co., LTD

The Mexican company visited a Chinese supplier to purchase 150 products. The payment corresponding to the merchandise they require is made, which, it is reported that in 5 to 10 days the production of the 150 products would begin. The Chinese company confirms the existence of the selected models and informs that it will increase the price by $ 5 USD per device.The customer communicates that he does not agree with the price increase. The client sends a proof of transfer dated September 18, 2014 in favor of Crown International Holding Limited for an amount of $ 13,950 USD covering 30% of the cost of the production of 300 products with a unit price of $ 155 USD. The client reports that there are problems with the quality of the product’s manufacturing, so the corresponding certificates for its correct importation into Mexico cannot be obtained, so the cancellation of the purchase of the 300 units of the product is requested. The Chinese company refuses to cancel the order, so a return proposal of $ 6,450 USD is made since this amount is 46% of the total deposit.

 

Shijiazhuang Quanling Commerce and Trade CO. LTD

The company makes a purchase order, when the date of receipt of the merchandise is fulfilled, the shipping company informs the customs representative that the material on the ship does not belong to the company. The supplier ignored this situation as they claimed it was for another buyer, so they schedule a shipment for them. Three weeks after the new agreed shipping date, and if the merchandise is not received, the company requests a refund of your money; that’s when the Chinese provider stops answering phones and answering emails.

 

Ngai Shing Development Limited

Mexican company dedicated to the textile industry, made the purchase of two machines.

A supposed hacker takes advantage  and intercepts the communication to send an email with the invoice and information of the provider but with a different email account, changing the bank account and name of the beneficiary.The deposit was made thinking that the data came from the provider. The name of the company and information of the bank to which it was deposited: GLOBTEC TAYCO.

 

Shandong Jining Ote Import and Export Co. Ltd

The Mexican company had contact with the Chinese company, which it found on the Alibabá page. This company sent polypropylene samples that worked properly for the Mexican company’s products. It was agreed to pay with a bank credit letter for the order of 18 tons of polypropylene and pet t-94 (said order was made to see if it would fit well with the products of the Mexican company). The credit letter was processed and the purchase order was sent. Banco Monex delivered the documents. On September 11th, the company shipped the alleged resin. The ship arrived at the port of Manzanillo at the end of October 2015. On Saturday the 14th the container arrived at its plant in Guadalajara and upon unloading, the staff realized that it was not the resin that required order, but a product similar to fine sand.

 

Jinan Daying Chemicals Co. Ltd.

On July 23, 2015, 20 TONs of Paraffin Wax were purchased from the Chinese company Jinan Dayin Chemicals, for an amount of $ 17,240 USD. The representative, Ms. Hardy, sent the papers 10 days after the ship’s arrival at the port, which generated a cost for 10 days of storage (= $ 1,160 USD). At the time of dispatch in the Port of Manzanillo, in the presence of the customs authority, the inspection was made and only 80 sacks of paraffin were found and the rest contained a white powder that was difficult to classify. The container is located in the Fiscal Warehouse, owned by the Customs of Mexico.

 

Wasser International, Cancún

On two occasions they supplied trichloroisocyanuric acid to Wasser Internacional, Cancun, Mexico. The shipping dates were June 14 and August 17, 2015. They have not been paid yet and they have lost all kinds of contact (no emails or calls are answered).

 

Rancho Bellavista

The Rancho BellAvista company asked Fourcolor Packing Co. Ltd to manufacture boxes to be able to transport broccoli with certain specifications (size, font color, logo, company data).An agreement was reached on the prices to be paid by the Mexican company, for which the manufacture of the boxes began. When they had to pay for the boxes, the Mexican company commented that they had to prepare documents for import but it would be finished soon. Later, it was alleged that in the local (Mexican) market the boxes were $ 1.45 per piece and the one sold by the Chinese company was $ 1.75 (including the import license and others, as well as the $ 10,000 USD of the customs guarantee deposits ). The problem is that they cannot sell the boxes to another customer since they are stamped with the specifications of the Rancho BellAvista company. There was never a response or responsibility from the company again.

 

Grupo Hermoideas

Non-payment of merchandise sent by a Chinese company.

 

Alia Global Logistics, S.A. de C.V.

A Mexican company contacts a Chinese company and agrees to buy merchandise from it by paying an advance of 30% and 70% when it arrives at the Mexican port, with the BL proof. The agreement is concluded, the contract is signed, and merchandise is shipped. Mexicans pay 30% and wait for the merchandise to arrive at the Mexican port. When merchandise arrives, they do not answer calls or emails to a Chinese company and wait for the time given by customs to expire. Customs, after the time has elapsed, finishes off the merchandise. The Mexican company participates in the auction and keeps merchandise at a fraction of the cost. The Chinese company loses $ 25,600 that it could not collect and of course also the merchandise. The Chamber receives a request for support, contacts the Mexican company and they say they are interested in clarifying the point but have not responded to date.

 

Wenzhou Eternal International Trading Co., Ltd.’s

This company that produces taps and bathroom accessories, defaulted on a purchase order in 2013 and since then an amount of $ 46,411 USD has been claimed from a company in Mexico, since it received only part of the merchandise it paid for and received in poor condition.

 

Well Done Gifts Co.

Breach of the purchase order, the Well Done company adjusted the price once the merchandise was already in the destination port, they only shipped 12,000 pieces of the 120,000 that the Mexican buyer had to receive. An amount of $ 56,400 USD is claimed.