Recruiting, Screening and Testing of your entire workforce to insure they meet your requirements.
Enrollment and administration of your employee’s medical, disability and retirement insurance plans through the Mexico Social Security system (IMSS).
Wage and Benefit Administration including guidance on the structure of incentives, bonuses and perks.
Interpretation and Administration of the legal aspects of Mexican Labor laws.
Employee development as you determine and employee recognition as you prefer.
Assistance in classification of your products for U.S. Customs to insure the lowest possible duty rate, if any, for your products.
Assistance in the preparation of documentation to insure legal compliance.
Serve as your interface with the U.S. Customs Brokerage and the U.S. Customs Service.
Use certified U.S. Customs advisors to audit processes.
Assistance in the classification of your components with Mexico Customs. Submission of your components under the new PROSEC (Sectorial Program) to achieve the lowest duty rate for your non-NAFTA components.
This in many cases achieves an “exempt” status for taxation purposes.
Coordination and execution of any “transfers” of materials between other Mexico manufacturing facilities (maquiladoras) as applicable to support sales or subcontracting of your products.
Serve as your interface with the Mexico Customs Broker and Mexico Customs.
Coordination of your material and equipment movements from receipt at our U.S. warehouse to your facility in Mexico and back again.
Constant monitoring of the freight company and brokerage houses activities while your material and equipment is being transported.
The Mexico (peso) costs for your operation are tracked in a software program to provide you summaries that support your expenditure history and the shelter invoicing.
A Mexican accounting firm is contracted to insure constant updates to changes in Mexico law that governs the Mexican operation.
We basically do all of the accounting required to run the operation.
Locate and contract, on your behalf and cost, the adequate services in relation with all Telecommunication, Computer, Internet, Network needs to support your operation.
Javid’s experienced infrastructure provides the necessary guidance and administration to insure compliance to all the legal requirements in Mexico. These include, but are not limited to, the following:
Acquisition of all the necessary permits for your materials and equipment.
Coordination with the Mexico Customs brokerage on the status of your permits and the constantly updated inventory levels of your materials and equipment.
Obtain work permits for any non-Mexican personnel that work at your operation in Mexico.
Procurement any supplies needed to support your operation in Mexico are purchased, on your behalf as a pass-through cost, and delivered to your operation. You can use the proven group of vendors that Javid has, or we can seek other options as you desire.
In the past 29 years Javid has established contacts and good relationships with most of all the local contractors and sub-contractors. You will have access to a group of capable and dependable contractors in Mexico. These cover a wide range of services you will need from the initial building installations through expansion efforts you may need in the future.
Effective communication is a key ingredient when operating in an “unfamiliar” environment. Javid’s management is available to serve your needs 24 hours/day.
Assist in the organization of special events for your operation’s employees (i.e. picnics, Xmas parties, etc.)
Will travel to your home operation(s) to assist in the initial planning sessions for your operation’s relocation and/or any needed problem resolution.
A very important service that Javid offers to its customers is consulting on successful manufacturing practices. We understand the need to be highly effective in the manufacturing arena and support our Shelter customers in their Mexico venture from the beginning.