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The Norma Oficial Mexicana (NOM) certification is a set of regulations and standards that are required by the Mexican government for a large number of imports like electrical, hydraulic, gas and food products. Every product that enters Mexico must meet the requirements outlined in the respective NOM
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For more than 20 years, each member of the NOMExperts team has been involved in helping businesses expand their sales while streamlining their supply chain. As fluent in the knowledge of what today’s businesses need in order to successfully enter the vibrant Mexican market as they are in their native Spanish, the NOMExperts team prides itself in helping develop the comprehensive strategies that allow exporters to achieve their goals.
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NOMExperts is a small and aggressive company that thinks and acts globally. This philosophy comes from their years of building strategic connections so exporters around the world can sell their NOM APPROVED products into the heart of Mexico’s fast-growing metro areas. Through their decades of hands-on experience, the NOMExperts team has tackled complex problems with innovative solutions that meet compliance regulations and requirements in a timely manner.
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NOMExperts is your gatekeeper into the lucrative Mexican market. With their in-depth knowledge of the challenges that exporters and importers face when they want to sell their products in Mexico, NOMExperts is focused on making the often confusing process of NOM certification both easy to understand and simple to implement.
The main barrier that an exporter/importer encounters when they want to sell their products in Mexico is the NOM. Known as the Norma Oficial Mexicana (NOM) in Mexico, these regulations mean the “Mexican Official Standards” as they apply to any imports. Compliance with these technical regulations is required before any products will be allowed past the Mexican border.
NOMs contain a great deal of complex governmental language and are written exclusively in Spanish. The Comision Nacional de Normalizacion (CNN) urges businesses who want to pursue a NOM certification which allows them to import their products to check the Spanish language versions of the regulations for the latest updates. The CNN which translates to the National Standardization Commission is in charge of approving the National Standards Program.
Legal jargon, technical manuals and even simple instructions are all going to be primarily in Spanish. Without a native speaker on board, exporters will find themselves at a significant disadvantage when it comes to navigating every step of the NOM certification process. Every minute that’s lost in an attempt to find the correct certifying agency, translations, etc means that your product is not at a point of sale ready for the consumer to buy.
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With NOMExperts knocking down the barriers that stand in the way of a business and their compliance with the NOMs, success is within reach. Even better is the fact that the NOMExperts team has worked extensively on the supply and sales sides of the business so they know how important it is to expedite the NOM certification process.
The NOMExperts team has the skills to undertake any situation — no matter how complex or challenging it is. For over 20 years, the NOMExperts team has been clearing the way for retail businesses to expand into the eager Mexican market.