Shipper — Presentation
Schneider publishes this regular Mexico transportation market update to keep you informed of freight market conditions, supply and demand influencers, and disruptions that may impact your supply chain.
This report is developed by leveraging data and analytics from multiple transportation industry resources. Our goal is to provide the latest market insights to help you navigate the ongoing market volatility.
outbound tender volume -- a
measure of shipper requests for
truckload capacity as well as tender
rejects -- have both been consistently
higher in 2021 than 2020, though are
much lower right now vs. the same
time last year, when they spiked
during Peak Season.
As the market and regulations continue to evolve, we are here to help.
Whether moving a critical load, keeping your supply chain going, or long-term planning, Schneider remains committed to safely and securely delivering your freight.
Complemento Carta Porte al CFDI / Bill of Lading Complement to a CFDI -- There is an important new requirement to shipping your cross-border freight, which is currently in effect and will be required by Mexico law by September 30, 2021.
The Mexican government has recently issued a new fiscal control that will directly impact all commercial transportation moves in Mexico. As a means to have greater control over the transportation sector, the Mexican government through the Secretariat of Finance (Hacienda) has issued a new requirement that will tie all cargo moves digitally to a formal digital invoice, referred to in Mexico as a CFDI, by obligating the carrier to add certain information to this electronic document in order to create a digital version of a Bill of Lading. The Bill of Lading will now be a “complement” of the digital invoice that was issued for the shipment by the Mexican carrier.
The reform will have an impact on practically all shippers and the different players across the transportation supply chain. Mexican shippers will now be required to share additional information with their Mexican carrier base in order to adequately document a shipment. This will include piece count, weight, merchandise to be moved, the final destination of said merchandise, and in the case of International Transportation, the Pedimento associated with that move; among other things.
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