Let's focus on the Certification of Origin. Do I need it and how do I get it? Check out the answersLEARN MORE
A certification of origin shall include the following minimum data elements: i. Importer, Exporter, or Producer - Certification of Origin; ii. Certifier; iii. Exporter...
Is it true that some imports won’t have any duty or taxes? I have Advance Rulings under NAFTA, can I still use them under CUSMA/USMCA/T-MEC? What if I import textiles, how will I be affected? ...
Who can complete the Certification Of Origin? How do I get my CUSMA/USMCA/T-MEC Certifications? Do all imports require a Certification Of Origin?...
The long awaited NAFTA 2.0 agreement between Canada - US - Mexico is due to be implemented on July 1, 2020. This is part 1 of a Q&A styled 4-part series.
Last week we sat with our Freight Operations Manager to shift focus onto our freight clients who have also been facing challenging times. Here is Part 2 of that Q&A interview with Alex.
Today, we’d like to draw the focus onto our freight division with Operations Manager, Alex.
Due to the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) public health emergency, there has been an increase in the importation of personal protective equipment (PPE). Masks, gloves and medical gowns are in high demand to protect both essential workers and the general public...
Fresh, grated, powdered and processed cheese, ice cream, milk, dairy powders and other dairy productsLEARN MORE
Plants, fresh flowers, greenery, trees, seeds and other horticulture related items
Meat and items containing meat products
Wood-fabricated materials such as tables and chairs
Petroleum products, gas, aviation fuel, and liquified natural gas
Polymers such as plastic bottles, plastic toys or plastic utensils and other household materials made of plastic
Fresh fruits and vegetables from around the globeLEARN MORE
Cars, trucks, motorized and self-propelled equipment to be driven on roads or project sites
Medical devices, bandages, masks, wheelchairs, ventilators and other related items