With over 67 years of experience in international trade, PCB Customs Brokers is on a mission to help make the process easier. We have spent much time redesigning your online experience and are excited to announce the launch of our new sites: pcbusa.com and pcbfreight.com.
PCB Customs Brokers has developed a series of short videos on the topic "How to Export Food to Canada"
Importers and customs brokers post security with the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) to obtain release of goods with deferred accounting and payment privileges.
Canadian steel importers should take note that on February 1st, 2021, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) announced Amendments to the Departmental Consolidation of the Customs Tariff affecting imports of certain steel products.
We have drafted a list of easy-to-do or delegate international trade resolutions for your business so that you can kick those nagging “should-dos” to the curb and focus on what you can fit into your busy workday.
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.
Here you will find our upcoming calendar for the year. With the pandemic still very much a thing in our lives our in-class sessions remain suspended for the health and safety of everyone. Each session listed below is delivered in an online environment.
Canada and the UK have signed the Canada-United Kingdom Trade Continuity Agreement (CUKTCA). The CUKTCA preserves the main benefits of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) and allows for a continuation of trade and market access between Canada and the UK.
With 2020 coming to a close, we thought we would take some time to look back on the top 3 blogs published this year.
As the weather drops and the sweaters come out, so do the warm and comforting beverages that are oh so tasty. If those beverages contain shelf stable milk products, they will get a little easier to import into Canada due to an announced change by the CFIA.