How to export from Mexico to Spain and Morocco?

One of the main markets of the American continent is Europe. Every day, thousands of air and sea freight forwarding operations are carried out from one side of the Atlantic Ocean to the other. One of the Latin American countries with the highest transit of goods to the Morocco and Spain is Mexico. Mexican companies and individuals regularly export to these countries.

What requirements and conditions must be considered to export products from Mexico to Morocco and Spain? First of all, it is necessary to know the customs regulations and legislation. We should be aware of the tariffs that we will find when shipping, other than the delivery times and expenses. It is important to know how to choose the size of the container and which way of transport is the most suitable, assessing if it is better to transit by sea or by plane.

The most important Mexican cities where exports are made to Spain and Morocco are the following:

  • Mexico City
  • Leon
  • Tijuana
  • Monterrey
  • Guadalajara
  • Puebla de Zaragoza
  • Ciudad Juarez
  • Cancun

Shipping wine, alcohol and foodstuffs to Spain

All kinds of products can be shipped, such as automobiles, technology equipment, clothing, pharmaceuticals or plants. It is essential to know how perishable foodstuffs such as meat or fruits must be packed and how to transport beverages such as wines and alcohol, whose packaging can be fragile.

Exporting from Mexico to the Morocco

If our destination is Spain, we must consider that it is part of the European Union and if our cargo travels directly from Mexico to Morocco, we must know the regulations and tariffs of this North African country.

A logistics operator like Logisber can help you achieve a successful export from Mexico to the countries located on both sides of the Strait of Gibraltar. Contact us now and we will take care of the whole process.