What is/is not a Medical Device? Are all medical supplies cleared under the same tariff?LEARN MORE
With the Covid-19 Global Pandemic many government agency communication channels are understandably overwhelmed with demand...
We reached out to Health Canada for guidance on how to make your product(s) available in Canada to address the COVID-19 pandemic and here’s what they told us:
Today, we thought we would share with you some of the questions that we've had come in from our importing clients.
The United States exports more than $76 billion dollars worth of textiles annually and employs nearly 600,000 workers. It is easy to see why CBP would set it as a priority to protect this US industry...
Free Trade Agreements can save importers and exporters money on import duties and give a business a competitive advantage. Canada has free trade agreements with more than 40 countries...
This requires US buyers to make sure they are importing from foreign producers that are manufacturing under the same standards as domestically made foods...
Determining the origin of a product can reduce the amount of duty an importer may have to pay on a product when importing. There are differing rules of origin under various national laws and international treaties...
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