Requirements and procedures for direct export and import from Spain to Mexico

Exporting and importing goods between Spain and Mexico requires a clear understanding of the legal requirements and the necessary formalities. Carrying out these processes efficiently and in compliance with current regulations in both countries can be complex if you lack experience.


There are a number of requirements that go beyond deciding whether our products will be sent across the Atlantic Ocean on a container ship via ocean freight or on a cargo plane via air freight. What aspects should be considered?

To export from Spain to Mexico, the exporting company must:

  • Registration: Be registered with the Tax Agency and have a tax registration and identification number (NIF).
  • Inscription: Be signed up to the Register of Authorized Exporters (REX).
  • Tariff classification: Determine the tariff classification of goods using the customs codes system to identify tariffs and any specific restrictions or requirements.

In addition, it is necessary to prepare various documents, including:

Some products may require specific licenses or comply with health and safety regulations, especially in the case of food, chemicals or pharmaceuticals. It is essential to verify these requirements with the corresponding authorities.

Trámites para empresas mexicanas que desean importar

Procedures for Mexican companies that wish to import Spanish products

Mexican companies wishing to import products from Spain must:

  • Registration: Be registered in the Padrón de Importadores y Exportadores.
  • Classification: Correctly classify products to determine applicable duties, taxes and regulations.
  • Inspections: If Spanish food products are imported into Mexico, they will be subject to sanitary and phytosanitary inspections.

Products commonly exported from Spain to Mexico

A variety of products are exported from Spain to Mexico, including:

Advice and support throughout the process

Having the advice of experts in international trade, both legal and logistical, is crucial for avoiding complications and ensuring that all procedures are carried out correctly. This ensures that the merchandise arrives problem-free to destinations such as Mexico City, Tijuana, Ecatepec de Morelos, Leon, Heroica Puebla de Zaragoza, Ciudad Juarez, Guadalajara, Zapopan, Monterrey, Nezahualcoyotl, Chihuahua, Merida or Cancun.

At Logisber, we offer our services to Spanish companies wishing to export to Mexico. If you are looking for a safe, traceable, fast and efficient transportation of goods, contact Logisber now. Our team of professionals will advise you on the best freight forwarding process to optimize your logistics.