Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) Assessment and Revenue Management (CARM) is a large multi-year project which started in 2016 with the Accounts Receivable Ledger (ARL). With release 2 of CARM, changes will be made to ARL. Keep reading to learn more.LEARN MORE
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) Assessment and Revenue Management (CARM) will introduce a new Commercial Accounting Declaration (CAD) in Release 2 which is scheduled for Spring 2022. The CAD will enhance and replace the current B3 (Customs Coding) and B2 (Request for Adjustment) processes.
Twice a year, Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) releases its Trade Compliance Verification Priorities list. CBSA manages trade compliance with the tariff classification, customs valuation, and origin programs.
Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) Assessment and Revenue Management (CARM) is a large multi-year project which started in 2016 with the Accounts Receivable Ledger (ARL).With release 2 of CARM, changes will be made to ARL. Keep reading to learn more.
With the US/Canada land border closure over the past year, many online shoppers have been struggling to find ways to ship their US-delivered goods to Canada easily. In this blog post, we are discussing this issue with one of our Operations Release Agents to determine what, if anything, can be done.
With Release 1 of the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) Assessment and Revenue Management (CARM) right around the corner, many importers are wondering how it will affect them and what they need to do to prepare. In Release 1, Importers will be able to create a CARM Client Portal (CCP). But what does this portal do and what MUST an importer use it for? To answer those questions, we interviewed our Canadian Regulatory Analyst, Gloria Terhaar, and Operations Manager, Cherie Storms to help guide you on your CARM quest.
CBSA Assessment and Revenue Management (CARM) is a Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) multi-year project to simplify and modernize the accounting and data management systems to provide the commercial trade community with a streamlined method of interaction with CBSA.
With summer right around the corner, and many Canadians wanting to enjoy the great outdoors, we thought we would address common questions surrounding vehicles used for hobbies. Whether you are looking to purchase a golf cart, UTV, segway, e-bike, or work on your hobby car project by importing some vehicle parts, these are the regulations you will need to know and follow.
Marking and labeling requirements are largely unknown to many foreign exporters looking to import their products into Canada. We are often asked what requirements these companies must meet. However, this can be a tricky subject for Customs Brokers to cover as some labeling requirements fall outside of Customs Act legislation which is enforced by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), whereas marking requirements do.
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
Supplements, vitamins, minerals, fortified, beauty products
Chips, granola bars, canned goods, frozen meals, condiments
Puppies, dogs, kittens, or cats
Power-assisted bicycles, e-bikes, electric bikes, motorized bikes, and electric scootersLEARN 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