U.S. Commercial Service

The U.S. Commercial Service in Monterrey assists businesses from the United States and Mexico in strengthening ties by promoting the export of U.S. goods and services into northern Mexico.  The office in Monterrey works with U.S. companies interested in conducting business in the  Mexican states of Baja California, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Durango, Nuevo León, San Luis Potosí, Sonora, Tamaulipas, and Zacatecas. The U.S. Commercial Service also has offices in Mexico City and Guadalajara, which serve the rest of the country. To contact these offices, please refer to the website of the U.S. Commercial Service – Mexico.

Services for U.S. Companies

As part of the U.S. Department of Commerce, the U.S. Commercial Service in Monterrey offers trade counseling and services to U.S. companies, interested in exporting U.S. goods and services into Mexico. To request support, U.S. companies must first contact their local U.S. Export Assistance Center (USEAC). Trade Specialists in these domestic offices, located around the United States, are the first point of contact.  To find your local USEAC, please refer to the list of domestic offices.

For more information on the U.S. Commercial Service in Monterrey, please contact us.

U.S. Commercial Service
Consulate General of the United States – Monterrey
150 Ave. Alfonso Reyes
Col. Valle Poniente
66196 Santa Catarina, Nuevo León
Mexico
+52 81 8047-3450
Manuel.Velazquez@trade.gov

Commercial Specialists in Monterrey provide industry-specific trade counseling to help U.S. companies devise a market entry strategy. These trade experts can help you learn more about legal and regulatory issues as well as documentation and product requirements to facilitate the export of your product.

The U.S. Commercial Service has a library of market research reports on specific industries and Mexican customs regulations to help members of the U.S. business community learn more about the potential of their product in Mexico.  To search for existing reports, please visit the Market Research Library.  The U.S. Commercial Service in Mexico also maintains a database of past podcasts, webinars, and reports on topics of interest for U.S. exporters. To review these materials, refer to our “Doing Business in Mexico” webpage. For detailed information on Mexico, including information on the political environment, leading sectors, and trade regulations, please refer to Mexico’s Country Commercial Guide (CCG), which is updated yearly by Commercial Specialists in Mexico.

 

Commercial Specialists assist U.S. companies in finding pre-qualified distributors, representatives, and end-users in Mexico.  To find a Mexican business partner, the U.S. Commercial Service provides the following services for U.S. companies interested in exporting U.S. goods and services into Mexico:

  • Personalized partner search
  • Face-to-face business meetings
  • In-country company and product promotion
  • Trade missions
  • U.S. pavilions at Mexican trade shows

To learn more about the services provided by Commercial Specialists in Mexico, contact your local U.S. Export Assistance Center (USEAC).

In addition to promoting U.S. exports into Mexico, the U.S. Commercial Service also protects U.S. commercial interests in Mexico. If you are experiencing trade barriers or unfair trade practices, contact your local domestic office to begin the counseling and trade advocacy process.

The U.S. Commercial Service in Mexico maintains a directory of Mexican business service providers that can assist U.S. companies to assess, complete, or finance export transactions.  To access the directory, please visit the Business Service Provider Directory’s webpage.