SAN DIEGO, Aug. 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Mexico Sales Made Easy, Inc., the leading authority in doing business profitably in Mexico, relied on by some of the world's largest companies for step-by-step process and successful export of consumer-packaged goods into the Mexican marketplace, without lawyers or international trade hassles, guaranteed. Today announced their new Amazon Mexico Sellers Program to help USA companies sell on Amazon's Mexico website.
Mexico Sales Made Easy has launched a new program called "Amazon Mexico Easy Button" to get your consumer product, trademarked in Mexico, Mexico approved labeling, HS classified (so you know your duties). Our "Amazon Mexico Easy Button" will help get your product imported into Mexico and ready to be placed in Amazon's Fulfillment center in Mexico City.
Last month, Amazon officially launched in Mexico with Amazon.com.mx, a Spanish-language site featuring millions of items including consumer electronics, kitchen and home items, sports equipment, tools, baby, health and personal care products, jewelry, music, books, movies, software and more. Is what the American e-retailer says is its biggest international launch ever.
Sandro Piancone, Chief Mexpert Officer of Mexico Sales Made Easy, Inc. commented, "We're excited that Amazon is opening in Mexico. Mexico and the USA exchange more than 500 billion per year in trade goods and Amazon sellers can participate in these exports" he continued "Our Amazon Sales and Logistics Program will work with Amazon sellers to provide a one-stop-shop. We'll handle everything for them from registering their product with Mexican Customs to trademark, export, logistics, even translation of their product specifications. Leaving them time for what they do best, marketing and selling products."
About Mexico Sales Made Easy, Inc.
The leading authority in doing business profitably in Mexico, relied on by some of the world's largest companies for step-by-step process and successful export of consumer-packaged goods into the Mexican marketplace, without lawyers or international trade hassles, guaranteed.
For more information, visit: www.MexicoSalesMadeEasy.com.
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