DICEX improves the operation experience and procedures in Customs
During the Foreign Trade International Forum; DICEX presented some of its best practices on their experience.
Last March, during the Foreign Trade International Forum; DICEX presented some of its best practices on their experience of its import by sea, land, air and rail services; including classification in Customs or on site, consolidation and deconsolidation of goods, adherence to compliance with current regulations and supported by DICEX In-Touch.
PhD Luis Javier Cendejas Meneses, responsible of DICEX’s Institutional Relations, explained the negotiation process in order to promote DICEX as the best integrator of foreign trade services based on its six business units.
In order to present the scope of distribution centers administration and production management, he presented a general overview of Mexico and its economic growth, focusing in the NAFTA region and the value of operations in Mexico’s top 10 Customs.
“The world commerce trend, during 2018, is to reduce costs by an average of 14.3%, and the customs clearance process to 1.5 days. It is estimated that e-commerce will grow 3.5%, as well as the world’s GDP in a 2.8%”, he said.
Cendejas Meneses explained: “The automotive, textile, steel, food, electrical, electronics, household appliances and final consumer goods sectors, are the main business between Mexico and the US, Canada, Spain, China, Colombia Brazil, Germany and Japan”.
The general environment in Customs was a trascendental topic, in which the speaker commented on the experience of improvement in this area, from the basics to modernization, operation and customs technology.