Importation and Exportation

Our trade professionals have gained knowledge of the processes involved in the importation and exportation of goods recognized by businesses who use brokerage services throughout the country. We perform various customs trade regulatory duties on behalf of businesses in Canada.

Arranging for the Release of Goods

Before importing, governments and participating agencies are consulted with to arrange licenses, permits, certificates and other requirements for electronic data integration to ensure release of goods.

Accounting for Goods

On behalf of importers, paying duties and taxes, accounting accurately with favourable tariff review and analysis is processed to ensure that importers are remitting minimal duties and taxes to governments.

Determining the Value for Duty

Before importing, tariff classification of imported goods, and determining the value for duty is important, so that, accurate reporting is conducted, and the overpayment of duties and taxes is not processed.

Licensing of Customs Brokers

We are international trade specialists who act on behalf of traders in matters relating to the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and other government departments and agencies.  Among other things, we prepare and submit import and export documentation, determine landed costs, evaluate freight and customs duties and taxes, and arrange for refunds, and reliefs for trade accounts.

We also advise traders on export-related shipping rules and regulations, such as foreign documentation requirements. Changing customs regulations and automation of border crossings have encouraged us to redefine ourselves as international trade consultants and specialists.

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Commodity Compliance

The origin, marking, purchase, importation, costs and value of the commercial goods, payment for the commercial goods, the sale or other disposal of the commercial goods in Canada impact the compliance of commodities.

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Trade Rules and Regulations

Changing rules and regulations of national trade laws add complexities and risks to international importers. We ensure your supply chain moves seamlessly from origin to destination while adhering to import-export customs rules and regulations.

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International Trade Manager

International trade requires an account executive responsible for all your global imports, they are able to manage small start-up operations to high-volume importers and design customized compliance according to your business needs.

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Freight Forwarding Coordination

Forwarders find global reach with a network of offices to all major seaports, airports and border crossings regardless of the point of entry, obtain releases shipments without delay and extended coverage across import-export supply chains.

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Starting Import-Export

Now that you understand the regulatory requirements for trade, it is important to know what role the of importer or exporter with the customs broker, connect with us to get started on import-export.

From sourcing and procurement, to managing logistics, along with trade account data statistics and analysis, as your trade partner we are here to help you manage your trading business in Canada.