Trading between Canada and Mexico continues to flourish thanks to the new NAFTA ( CUSMA/USMCA) that preserves the fundamentals of the trading relationship between the two countries. Furthermore, Mexico has a world class supplier base to help Canadian companies. Canadian companies seek low cost delivery solutions from their Mexican suppliers and customers as do Mexican companies doing business in Canada.


Jet Worldwide helps connect Canadian and Mexican companies via our low cost economy express shipping options from Mexico to Canada.


Mexican - Canadian Cultural Connection

Beyond the economics, Canada and Mexico shared cultural connection is made possible with the millions of Canadians who visit Mexico each year, thousands of Mexicans attending Canadian universities and initiatives such as the Canada-Mexico Partnership (CMP).


Parcel Shipping from Mexico to Canada

Shipping from Mexico to to Canada via Correos Mexican Post

Correos de México offer low cost parcel delivery from Mexico to Canada. The "postal advantage" is low cost for low weights. The Mexican Post offers Express Mail Service / EMS to Canada. Packages sent with the Mexican post are imported and delivered to Canada via Canada Post.





Shipping from Mexico to Canada via FedEx Mexico and UPS Mexico

  • UPS and FedEx Freight: Low cost ground is best for shipments over 100 kg Clearance is not included and transit times can be a longer than 1 week.
  • UPS and FedEx Express: 2-3 day day delivery from Mexico to Canada.


Shipping from Mexico via UPS and FedEx to Canada can be expensive for small businesses.

Get a quote from our Canadian team for a comparison quote on your shipping from Mexico.


Shipping from Mexico via Jet Worldwide Canada

Jet Worldwide helps Mexican companies are seeking low cost shipping to Canada to their Canadian suppliers and customers.


Jet’s economy express provides low cost shipping options from Mexico to Canada.


Shipping and delivery from Mexico D.F, Ecatepec, Guadalajara, Puebla, Juarez, Tijuana, Leon and from and all of Mexico to Canada. Jet also offers specialize services that include local warehousing and distribution.


 Clearance of Parcels Shipped to Canada from Mexico


Duty and taxes in Canada for parcels shipped from Mexico

Parcels imported from Mexico to Canada are subject to Canadian duty and taxes. Most parcels valued under $20 CAD can be imported free of duty and taxes. Parcels valued under $2,500 CAD from Mexico can be imported via Canadian customs low value shipment / LVS express clearance processes. Carriers charge a disbursement fee that usually averages around $20 CAD.

Duty Free clearance in Canada for NAFTA -USMCA from Mexico

Parcels sent from Mexico may be eligible for duty free clearance for parcels containing goods made in Mexico and sent to Canada. The goods must be accompanied by a qualifying paperwork including a certificate of origin.

For shippers who do not want their receiver to pay Canadian duty and taxes:

Jet Worldwide can arrange to pay the duty and taxes on behalf of the Canadian importer via our Delivery Duty Paid Service.

Ground / LTL options

There are many ground options that work best for heavier shipments. The ground options from Mexico include FedEx, UPS, and LTL carriers. Most shippers of individual parcels prefer using express delivery from Mexico as ground service to Canada is a long transit time and does not include Canadian customs clearance for Mexican parcels.

Jet can recommend truckers for ground truck loads from Mexico to Montreal and all of Quebec.

CPTPP Duty free clearance of goods shipped from Mexico to Canada

Goods approved with proper “proof of origin’ supporting paperwork can be exported from Mexico for duty free clearance in Canada.

Proof of Origin

The key part of all trade agreements is ensuring the goods qualify under the rules of origin. Many incorrectly assume that if goods are sent from a qualifying country, they should qualify for duty free status. Country of origin is not determined solely by where the goods are sent from.

The country of origin rules have been simplified under CPTPP but can still get complex. The guidelines for country of origin qualification include:

  • Goods are considered originating if they are wholly obtained, such as goods that are grown, raised, caught, or extracted in Canada /CPTPP country.
  • Goods are considered originating if they are produced in Canada or a CPTPP country entirely from originating materials.
  • Goods are originating if they are produced in Canada/CPTPP country from non-originating materials that undergo production in Canada/ CPTPP country, such that the resulting good satisfies the applicable product-specific rule of origin. The value of the non-originating goods that are part of the originating product can be considered dutiable.

Duty Free import for parcels sent from Mexico to Canada under CPTPP

The amazing part of CPTPP is that parcels containing products valued less than CA$1600 do not require a certification of origin to claim CPTPP preferential tariff treatment.

  • Parcels containing products under CA$1,600 can be considered for duty free status if the following conditions include:
  • A signed statement completed by the importer, exporter or producer certifying that the goods originated from a CPTPP country
  • This statement is required on the commercial invoice and we recommend adding an additional stand alone statement/ supporting document. See
  • The goods must meet the origin rules. For example, marks to indicate that the goods are not a product of a CPTPP country will disqualify the goods and have issues related to mis-declarations.


Written by Tim Byrnes