Shipping Letter and Transfer CFDI

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The Porte Letter is a document that was used to document the transport of goods and their contents. Article 29B of the Fiscal Code of the Federation (CFF) in force until December 31, 2011, defined the characteristics that these documents should have. This document should include, who sends the goods, to whom they are consigned, the quantity and description of the goods, as well as their value and, where appropriate, the transferred taxes and customs information.

In the CFF reform published in the Official Gazette of the Federation (DOF) on December 12, now Article 29D defines the documentation that must be accompanied in the transport of goods:

  • If it is imported with your request
  • If it is of national origin, with a CFDI

This CFDI can be an income type CFDI, equivalent to what we call electronic invoice, or transfer type.

In Annex 20 to the RMF for 2012 published on December 30, it is defined, both for CFD 2.2 “by own means”, and for CFDI 3.2, that the type of Proof ”can be of income (equivalent to an invoice), discharge (credit note) or transfer (bill of lading).

In summary, what we knew last December as the Letter of Porte, as of January this year has been replaced by the transfer CFDI. If you have printed Letter Porte formats, these may continue to be used until they expire, two years after printing (RMF 2012 Tenth Ninth Transitory)

It is important to contact the Authorized Certification Provider to make the necessary modifications to the systems so that this tax receipt form can be issued online.

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Deficit of 40 thousand freight transport operators in Jalisco

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GUADALAJARA, JALISCO (08 / AUG / 2015) .- The delegate in Jalisco of the National Chamber of Cargo Autrotransport (Canacar), José Antonio Rivas, pointed out that there is a deficit of 40 thousand operators in Jalisco, so it is necessary to boost the professionalization of this activity.


In an interview, Rivas said that to compensate for the lack of drivers, young people should be motivated to perform in this job.


In this context, he recalled that the Canacar promoted, with the support of Jalisco Tecnológica operated by the Council of Industrial Chambers of Jalisco, that a career for operator be included in the academic offer of the Technological University of this entity.


This is the case, he added, as 600 drivers have already graduated not only for cargo transportation but also for urban trucks in this metropolis.


However, he acknowledged that the training of these new operators has not been able to conclude because they lack practice on a raceway, which is not yet available.

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New Regulations for Operators

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The SCT communications and transport secretary is requesting detailed logging companies from chauffeurs to determine if there is any type of fatigue in their work and is recommending that for every 5 hours of work they rest for at least 30 minutes. The draft NOM-SCT-2-087-2017 to create the legal regulation will be ready next August 2017 because of this at Interasystem we are already working on our system to be able to comply with this requirement soon.


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