Mexico Customs authorizes use of Logistics Activity Zone of Veracruz

The General Administration of Customs of Mexico granted its approval for the start of operations of the Logistics Activities Zone (LAZ) under the Strategic fiscal regime (RFE).

The Director General of the Port Authority of Veracruz, Juan Ignacio Fernandez, said that the permission to start operations in an area of ​​201.8 hectares which were marketed under the scheme of income for was granted to companies interested in operating under that regime They are installed there.

He added that the LAZ is located five kilometers from the present, adjacent port with the new port and the rail beltway to two-way to Santa Fe.

Among other advantages the LAZ allow operation for a limited time without paying taxes and countervailing duties for companies to develop, convert, repair, distribute, store, preserve, exhibit and sell goods or products.

Fernandez said that to achieve the authorization of the Ministry of Finance, through the Directorate General of Customs, requirements were met among which highlighted an inspection in which the Central Customs Directorate of Equipment and Infrastructure.

The Apiver “I met each of the elements of infrastructure, access roads, surveillance equipment, security control and RFE to start operations,” he said.