How to export from Spain to the United States?
The United States of America (USA) is the world’s leading economy. That is why most of the world’s countries trade with this North American nation. Everyday thousands of commercial transactions are carried out with the USA as origin or destination.
Spain is one of the countries that trades with the United States on a daily basis. Among the products most imported by the U.S. from this European nation are machinery, fuel, vehicles, food, oil, wine, and semi-manufactured goods.
Language helps in trade, and many U.S. companies of Hispanic origin find it very easy to interact with Spanish companies. All companies that ship goods from Spain and have their final or transit destination in the United States must understand and comply with U.S. regulations. Among other issues, the exporter must bear in mind the following points:
- Include all the required information for US Customs.
- Submit product invoices
- Properly label the products associated with the invoices.
- Comply with the requirements of any special U.S. laws regarding the import of food, cosmetics, alcoholic beverages, drugs, or dangerous goods.
- Carefully package and label the merchandise.
- If shipping by sea, choose the proper container.
In order for exports from Spain to the United States to be successful and to avoid any problems, it is advisable to rely on the help of a logistics operator that will take care of all the necessary procedures.
Logistics company to export to the United States
In Logisber we have extensive experience in exporting goods from Spain and other European countries (both inside and outside the European Union) to the United States. The exporter knows where his merchandise is at all times. And we guarantee total transparency and fluid contact. We help companies get their shipments to any city in any state in the United States.
Do you need to export your products or merchandise from Spain to the USA?
Contact us now and we will help you make your international trade operation successful in both air and ocean freight.
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