What happens if I do not issue the Bill of Lading Supplement (Complemento Carta Porte)?

Failure to generate the Bill of Lading Supplement (Complemento Carta Porte) could cause penalties from $38.30 USD to $741.33 USD. Failure to make the complete documentation available to customers could also result in penalties ranging from $857.75 USD to $4703.51 USD. Additionally, the SAT could close the carrier’s facility for a period of 3 to 15 days.

Avoid putting your merchandise at risk

Failure to generate the Bill of Lading Supplement (Complemento Carta Porte) would put the client at risk of being accused of tax evasion and their merchandise could be seized; in the worst-case scenario, it could be labeled as contraband and all the corresponding sanctions would be applied.

What information is required to fill the Bill of Lading Supplement (Complemento Carta Porte)?
Sender and Receiving RFC, as well as the complete company name, and the merchandise data.
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Which authorities have federal jurisdiction to check the Bill of Lading Supplement (Complemento Carta Porte)?
The National Guard, Mexico's Secretariat of Infrastructure, Communications, and Transportation (SICT), sanitary authorities, and the SAT.
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What is the Bill of Lading Supplement (Complemento Carta Porte) and what is it for?
Is an electronic format to carry out and cover the transfer of goods and/or merchandise within Mexican territory for cargo transport.
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