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WE TAKE YOU SEA SHIPPING FROM CHINA TO MEXICO

Global Logistics & Shipping Solution - China to Mexico Freight Forwarder

Shipping from China to Mexico by Freight Forwarder

We are your experts in ocean freight and we use our knowledge and expertise to organise your ocean freight to Mexico. The Mexican market is one of the most important markets for STU Supply Chain and we have worked for a long time in the past with several carriers such as MSK, MSC, COSCO, OOCL, Wan Hai, ONE, EMC, HMM, etc. We can get very competitive freight rates below the market and shipping companies have enough space.

One of our biggest advantages is the DAP/DDU/DDP delivery door to door service to inland addresses Via Manzanillo, Lazaro and Ensenada.

Therefore, if you need to ship Chinese products to Mexico, STU Supply Chain will be your best freight forwarder and partner, Our experienced sea freight experts ensure your goods safely reach their Mexico destination.
 
 
Benefits at STU Supply Chain:
· Provide competitive freight rates from any seaport in China
· Charge shippers a reasonable local rate under FOB terms to avoid shipper complaints
· DDP/DDU shipments
· Ample space even during shipping lines' peak seasons
· Rich experience in transportation of bulky cargoes
· Familiarity with Mexican customs policies
· Amazon FBA shipping & MercadoLibre Service
· Complete professional paperwork for you.
· 24/7 online support
 

Our Freight Services:

· Sea Freight
· FCL (Full Container Load) | Loading of Full Containers
· LCL (Less Than Container Load)
· Break Bulk
· Transport of Conventional Goods with Oversized Loads
· Door-to-Door Delivery
· DDU/DDP Services
· Amazon FBA Shipping
· Warehouse & Distribution
· Transportation of Dangerous Goods
· Temperature-controlled Transportation
· Air Freight
· Packaging and Order Picking
· Customs Clearance
· E-commerce Logistics
· Reefer / Tank / OOG Container Shipping

Are you looking for delivery door to door service?

Let's talk about sea freight logistics solutions.

Shipping from China to Mexico

Transport by ocean is one of the most popular options for shipping and this is a key means for goods coming to Mexico from China.

In China we can make sure your goods are exported from all major ports such as Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Shantou, Shanghai, Qingdao, Dalian, Tianjin, Ningbo, Xiamen, and Hong Kong.

We offer a variety of services including door-to door, door-to-port, and port-to-port.

With a door-to-door service, your goods will be in our hands from the factory/retailer in China all the way to your address in Mexico.

Goods coming into China arrive at Mexico's premier ports such as Manzanillo, Lázaro Cárdenas, Veracruz. From there, we're able to bring your goods to cities such as Mexico City, Monterrey, Mexicali, Tijuana, Guadalajara, Puebla, and etc.

One of our biggest advantages is to provide DDP shipping service to inland address such as Mexico City, Guadalajara, Monterrey and other citys.

The Mexican market is one of the important markets for STU Supply Chain and we have long been working with several carriers such as Cosco, ONE, CMA, HMM, APL, EMC, etc. We can get very competitive freight rates below the market and shipping lines have enough space.

Your Best Freight Forwarder China to Mexico

STU Supply Chain is a reliable freight forwarder from China to Mexico. Whether you're shipping small-value or high-value items to Mexico, we've got the right service. FCL or LCL by sea to Mexico City,Monterrey, Guadalajara,and etc. With over 10 years of experience shipping from China to Mexico and a well-established network of local delivery agents, we have local knowledge on how to handle all paperwork and customs formalities.

Shipping from China to Mexico can be a tiresome process, but our freight forwarding service makes it easier. We have the necessary experience and knowledge in trade and transport regulations at the international level. Our reliability is one of the reasons we are your perfect partner. We help you save time and effort, allowing you to focus on other areas of your business while we handle the shipping for you. Our competitive freight rates can greatly reduce your expenses.

If you need a reliable forwarder from China to Mexico, our years of experience in this field will come in handy for you. Our agents are familiar with all laws and regulations and we take the right steps to ensure your shipments arrive safely at the right time. With us, you don't have to worry about your shipment being destroyed or delayed in transition. We have a comprehensive tracking system, as well as insurance that guarantees protection.
“Companies of all sizes appoint STU Supply Chain as their sea freight forwarder with quite different freight volumes and frequencies.”
- Charlie Chan, CEO, STU Supply Chain

DDP Sea Shipping (Delivery Door to Door Service)


First Leg: Sea Shipping 
Type: LCL Shipping, FCL Shipment
Shipping Time: 25-35 days 
Destination: We can delivery to your business or private address, as well as Amazon FBA warehouses.

DDP Shipping from China to Mexico


When it comes to DDP shipping, there are 2 main options for you: DDP sea shipping and DDP air shipping. With your authorization, we can pick up the goods from your factory to transport them to the sea port or airport.

DDP Air Shipping (Delivery Door to Door Service)


First Leg: Air Shipping Shipping 
Type: LCL Shipping 
Shipping Time: 10-15 days 
Destination: We can delivery to your business or private address, as well as Amazon FBA warehouses.

Shipping Cargo to Mexico

Sea shipping is the most common way to ship items from China to Mexico, mainly because of its versatility and reliability. Although air freight has restrictions on what they can carry, almost everything can be shipped by sea, including oversized and heavy cargos (such as machinery, exhibits). The main disadvantage of sea freight is its schedule. While other shipping methods can deliver goods in a few days, ocean freight can take weeks. Goods usually take 25-35 days to reach their destination, depending on the type of shipment and the particular port of departure and arrival.

Our sea freight services include FCL, LCL, break bulk and buyer's consolidation services. Consider container size when selecting shipment size and obtaining price estimates, as FCL and LCL prices differ. Various container types to choose from 20ft containers, 40ft containers, open top containers, flat rack containers, reefer containers, tank containers.
Full Container Load (FCL): These are shipments where all the contents of the container are owned by one company. This is a good option when you are shipping a volume large enough that you can fill the entire container yourself. This applies to bulk items and high volume products. If you are filling an entire container, this is the most cost effective option.

Less-than-Containerized (LCL): Multiple shippers' goods packed into a single container. This is the way to go when you are shipping too small a quantity to fill an entire container. This allows for smaller, more adaptable inventory.
Door to Door
Door-to-door transportation is a service where the freight forwarder guarantees that the cargo will be picked up from and delivered to the destination specified by the customer. We will pick up the container from your warehouse and bring it to the port gate. Whichever delivery method you choose, it is important to know all your options before you ship. It differs from door-to-door or port-to-port because it starts and ends at a specific address within the city covered by the freight forwarder.

What is the difference between door-to-door and door-to-port?
Door to port is pickup from the origin and delivery to the destination port, only you must pick up the shipment yourself; door to door is collection from the origin and delivery directly to your address.

Multiple Options for Movement Types

Our port-to-port, door-to-door and door-to-door services can help you find the best way to transport your goods.

Port to Port
In maritime transport, port-to-port transport involves an intermediate part of the whole transport process. In this case, the transportation of goods in a shipping container from the port of origin to the port of destination. Pre- and in-transit transport services are not included. This part of the shipping process is somewhat unpredictable, given the instability and unstable conditions that shipping companies often face at sea. This is in large part why this will be the most expensive part of the shipping process.

Door to Port
Door to port service is an efficient and economical way to transport cargo internationally. The process is when you pick up your cargo from your home, then you are responsible for foreign customs formalities and arranging for delivery of the cargo to your final destination. We will notify you before the cargo arrives at the port of destination and refer you to one of our customs brokers to help you clear customs and handle the required paperwork.

Freight Forwarder to Mexico from China

STU Supply Chain has been focused on the shipping from China to Mexico for over 10 years, and is familiar with the local customs clearance, tax laws, regulations, and integrates the sea shipping Carrier and destination agents resources, have independently built the own efficient, stable, safe and economy China-Mexico sea transport line. Cooperates with famous Maritime COSCO, EMC, ONE, CMA, MSK, MSC, APL, PIL, MASTON, OOCL, and other large shipping companies, so we can provide you with both sea freight and air cargo service at Mexico major ports across the country, also to the Mexico Amazon warehouse and any of your private address in the Mexico.

They are many shipping methods we can choose for shipping from China to the Mexico, including Sea freight to the port of Mexico City, Guadalajara, Monterrey, Alvarado, Veracruz, Manzanillo, Lazaro cardenas, Guaymas, Altamira, Ensenada. No matter for the sea shipping or air shipping, they have a port to port LCL & FCL transportation, and door to door transportation with DDU or DDP, handling all your import customs and duties.
 

Mexico Customs Regulations

Mexico's customs laws are very strict about the proper submission and preparation of customs documents, and sometimes mistakes in paperwork can lead to fines or even confiscation of contraband. When shipping your goods to Mexico, you must be aware of the following documents: Single Administrative Document (DUA), Commercial Invoice (three copies, in writing, preferably in Spanish), Phytosanitary Certificate for fruits, vegetables and seeds, Sanitary Certificate for meat, Form EUR1 Benefit at Preferential Prices (for EU exports), Certificate of Radioactive Contamination (especially for dairy products), Mexican Ministry of Health issued Certificate of free trade in cosmetics and documents related to transport and packing lists.

For textile and footwear imports, you must register the textile and footwear products in Padrón.

For imports of steel products, import notification must be provided to the Mexican government at least five days prior to shipment and must include: invoices, complete supplier information and other documentation.

CARGO Shipping

- Mexico Prohibited and Restricted Items

Items that would harm the health of the community, public safety, Mexican workers, children or domestic plant and animal life are considered restricted and prohibited.

Prohibited means that goods are prohibited by law from entering Mexico. The following are some examples of prohibited goods: dangerous toys, cars that cannot protect occupants in a collision, bush meat or illegal substances (such as absinthe and Rohypnol), narcotics and some addictive drugs, live fish, images representing children in a degrading or absurd manner, use of clothing, firearms and ammunition, explosives, toxic and dangerous products.

Restrictions refer to goods such as certain fruits and vegetables, animal products, animal by-products and some animals that require a special permit or license from a federal agency before being allowed to enter Mexico.

Mexico's Top 10 Imports

The following product groups represent the highest dollar value of Mexican import purchases in 2021. Also shown is the percentage of each product category in Mexico's overall imports.

1. Electrical machinery, equipment  -  US$82.9 billion  -  21.6% of total imports
2. Machinery including computers  -  US$65.9 billion  -  17.2% of total imports
3. Vehicles  -  US$32.1 billion  -  8.4% of total imports
4. Mineral fuels including oil  -  US$25.1 billion  -  6.6% of total imports
5. Plastics, plastic articles  -  US$21.9 billion  - 5.7% of total imports
6. Optical, technical, medical apparatus  -  US$15.7 billion  -  4.1% of total imports
7. Iron, steel  -  US$8.8 billion  -  2.3% of total imports
8. Articles of iron or steel  -  US$8.2 billion  -  2.1% of total imports
9. Organic chemicals  -  US$7.5 billion  -  1.9% of total imports
10. Aluminum  -  US$5.9 billion  -  1.5% of total imports

Sea Freight Forwarding Services from China to Mexico

There are various options for transporting goods in Mexico. The mode of transportation is an important aspect that must be evaluated when you plan your shipment (cost, urgency of shipment, value of the goods, and size and weight of the package). Each transportation method has advantages and disadvantages.

When planning your shipment, you must prioritize your needs, understand the process and compare costs. By choosing the right shipping method, you can significantly optimize your cargo flow.

Sea freight is generally suitable for more than 500 kg or for products with a volume of more than 2 cubic meters. However, it is also the most complex mode of transportation and takes a long time.

In China, there are several ports such as Shanghai Port, Ningbo Port, Shenzhen Port, Tianjin Port, Qingdao Port, Xiamen Port and Hong Kong Port from where your cargo can be sent to Mexico.

If your freight forwarder is located in one of these cities, your advantage will be that he will be more familiar with the loading and unloading rules of each port, making it easier to handle your cargo and saving you time.

The largest ports of import in Mexico are the ports of Ensenada, Altamira, Veracruz, La Zaroca de las Naciones, and Manzanillo (the largest port in Mexico).

Sometimes sea freight is the only option, but it is the best choice for bulk shipments. When importing from China, if your total cargo volume does not meet a full container requirement, you can choose full container (FCL) or consolidation (LCL).

In terms of size, there are three types of cube containers: 20 GP, 40 GP and 40 HC. 20 GP containers are designed to carry more weight, such as minerals, metals, machinery, sugar, paper, cement, etc., while 40 GP/HC containers are designed to carry large amounts of cargo rather than heavy cargo, such as furniture, steel pipes, waste paper, cotton, tobacco, etc.

If you do not have enough cargo to fill a 20-foot or 40-foot container (FCL), you should use a consolidation container. This allows importers to ship smaller quantities of cargo that are not large enough to make a full container load a viable option. This means combining your cargo with other shipments to the same destination. Your freight forwarder will need to do more work when combining multiple shipments in one container. LCL freight is calculated in cubic meters (CBM) and charged by volume.

A full container load is when you have a large enough number of shipments to fit them into at least one container. In this case, freight is calculated on a full container basis. Full container shipments will be loaded and sealed by your supplier at origin and then shipped to your final destination.

Air Freight Forwarding Services from China to Mexico

Although 90% of cargo is shipped by sea, importers and exporters use air freight when they need to get high-value goods to Mexico quickly and reliably, such as seasonal goods, clothing, electronics and/or products that cannot be shipped near water. In a matter of days, air freight can move your goods from the factory floor in China to your destination. Airfreight reduces the transit time between China and Mexico to 2 to 5 days.

The most important airports in Mexico are Benito Juarez International Airport, Mexico City International Airport, Guadalajara International Airport, Monterrey International Airport, Querétaro Intercontinental Airport and Toluca International Airport.

There are two types of air transport, economic and express or fast air transport.

1) Economy Air Freight: This service is for general cargo (no dangerous goods, oversized or temperature-controlled goods). For this category, the price is relatively low compared to express airfreight. If it is not urgent and this service meets your requirements, then it may be the best choice. Shipments from China to Mexico will be delivered within 5 to 8 days.

2) Express Air Freight: With this service, you can ship all shapes, sizes and types of cargo, including dangerous goods and oversized cargo, in a short period of time. This service offers a time advantage over economy air freight. It is the best choice if you have urgent deliveries or if you only want to ship cargoes that are not suitable for economic air transport. Shipments from China to Mexico will be delivered to your door within 1 to 3 days.

China to Mexico Freight Forwarder

STU Supply Chain offers comprehensive logistics services, with a variety of schedules and shipping routes, to easily transport your cargo from China to Mexico by sea freight or air freight.
 
Shipping from loading ports in China
· Port of Shenzhen
· Port of Shanghai
· Port of Ningbo
· Port of Guangzhou
· Port of Hongkong
· Port of Tianjin
· Port of Dalian
· Port of Xiamen
 
To destination ports in Mexico
· Port of Manzanillo (MXZLO)
· Port of Veracruz (MXVER)
· Port of Altamira (MXATM)
· Port of Tuxpan (MXTUX)
· Port of Progreseo (MXGYM)
· Port of Guaymas (MXMZT)
· Port of Puerto Morelos (MXPMS)
· Port of Ensenada (MXESE)
· Port of Lazaro Cardenas (MXLZC)
 
Door to door delivery from China to Mexico
Your goods will be delivered safely from the seller's address to yours.

DDP s
hipping from China to Mexico
Choose our door to door service to get easy pick-up and delivery from China to Mexico, so if you give us the addresses, we will pick up and make the last local delivery. Fast deliveries, time-saving and with competitive price customs clearance Tax-free.

Ship your cargos from major ports in China to Mexico with STU Supply Chain.

Shipping from Shenzhen to Mexico
One of the biggest ports worldwide can be found in Shenzhen, making it a hub for various shippers. Shipping from Shenzhen to Mexico usually takes 1-7 days via air or express and up to 22 days via sea freight.

Shipping from Guangzhou to Mexico
Guangzhou is home to one of the busiest Chinese ports, aside from being a commerce and trading center in the country. Transit times from China to Mexico vary between 1-22 days depending on your shipping method.

Shipping from Dongguan to Mexico
Having a supplier from Dongguan, China’s manufacturing center, would be a strategic move for your business. Dongguan-Mexico shipments usually take one to 22 days, varying based on where you use sea, air, or express freight.
 
Shipping from Shanghai to Mexico
Shanghai contains one of the largest ports all over the world, making it a forwarding center for various shipping companies. Transit times from Shanghai to Mexico last 1-7 days using air or express and up to 22 days using sea freight.

Shipping from Yiwu to Mexico
Yiwu serves as the current world’s largest market for small commodities, making it famous to many importers. Shipping from Yiwu to Mexico typically takes one to three weeks based on your chosen mode of transportation.

Shipping from Ningbo to Mexico
Ningbo is known for being a center for auto parts production in China. Shipments coming from Ningbo take anywhere between one to three weeks to arrive in Mexico based on your chosen shipping mode.

Shipping from Qingdao to Mexico
Qingdao is known for shipping containers and bulk cargo. Depending on whether you ship your cargo by sea, air, or express, your shipping times would take anywhere between one to 22 days.

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