Problems at Customs due to the new Mexican NOMs? SIAM have the answer

Problems at Customs due to the new Mexican NOMs? SIAM have the answer

At Siam we specialize in helping companies comply with all international regulations, so whether you have retained merchandise at Mexican customs or if you are thinking of exporting there, we can help you.

Since last October 1st, all goods exported to Mexico must display the origin labeling following the requirements stipulated by the corresponding Mexican regulations for commercial or health information. If they do not comply with this requirement, the merchandise will be withheld by Customs and their entry into Mexico will be prohibited. Solving the situation may generate substantial custom charges. Do you want to know how to avoid this situation? Let's take a look at the regulations.

The Official Standards of Mexico (NOMs), which are mandatory, establish that producers who export their products to Mexico must comply with some new guidelines and more specific modifications, which you can consult us at the email address that appears at the end of this information.

Implications for Chemical Industry and related

Strict compliance with Mexican NOMs affects numerous products and industries related to the chemical industry, such as:

  • ● All chemical products (NOM-018-STPS-2015 and NOM-050-SCFI-2004)

In addition to the above regulations, it is necessary to:

  • Paints, inks, varnishes, lacquers and enamels (NOM-003-SSA1-2006).
  • Cleaning products (NOM-189-SSA1 / SCFI-2018).
  • Retardant materials, fire inhibitors (NOM-055-SCFI-1994).
  • ○Prepackaged cosmetics (NOM-141-SSA1 / SCFI-2012).

Siam offers answers to all your questions regarding this new regulatory scenario. Whether you are our client as if you simply have any questions, please contact us at the following mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. You'd listen!