Requirements for invoices of counterparties

Dear Valuable Counterparty:
 
One of our main goals is establishing trusted relationships with all companies with whom we do trading and services business, as well as assuring that our interactions with all counterparties are transparent and stable over time.
 
To achieve the goals we have in common, we consider it to be of vital importance to meet the guidelines and regulatory procedures established by the Mexican authorities, specifically those set forth by the Ministry of the Treasury and Public Credit (through Mexico’s Tax-Paying System, SAT), among others.
 
This communication is intended to inform you that we have electronic invoicing in Mexico by which you will be able to get tangible benefits in handling documents, cutting down documentation expenses , reducing document shipment and storage expenses; providing a guarantee that documents issued are official, and sending/receiving  documents any day of the week.
 
We are prepared to receive invoices, debit and credit notes through electronic means, which may be sent to: invoices@pmicim.com
 
All documents received shall be treated with the duly required confidentiality and professionalism they require.
 
An additional benefit is that in case of an emergency (i.e., an influenza epidemic in Mexico) you may continue sending fiscal documents to our email (invoices@pmicim.com), knowing that they will be received and processed on time to make payment when due.
 
If you have any questions or comments, please contact Francisco Cervantes at fcervantes@pmicim.com; or at egresos@pmicim.com; where we will be glad to help you.
 
 


29/10/2015 11:10 José Francisco Cervantes Zambrano
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