Video | Shipping To Canada And Tips For Avoiding Delays With Canada Customs Clearance
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Accurately completed Canada Customs documentation will help your shipment reach its destination on time and reduce the risk of being held up by Customs.

In this video you will learn:

  • What documents are required to ship to Canada
  • Information required on a Canada Customs Invoice
  • How to clear Customs in Canada
  • How to avoid delays at Customs
  • Consequences of noncompliance with Customs' regulations 

The consequences of failing to comply with customs regulations include:

  • Monetary penalties issued by Customs Agencies
  • Increased scrutiny and more frequent examination of goods
  • Delays of incoming shipments
  • Inadvertent overpayment of duties and government fees
  • Total suspension of import privileges
How To Become A Trusted Trader To Improve Your Customs Clearances
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Taryn Hannah
CCS, CTCS

Taryn Hannah has been in the trade industry since 2005. She began her career with PCB in release operations, working with all modes and all release types. In 2010 Taryn moved to the Trade Compliance Group where after a year she became the Supervisor for regulatory compliance in Canada. With the experience she gained working in many areas of import service, Taryn is the perfect fit as our Canadian Operations Manager.

While we strive for accuracy in all our communications, as the Importer of Record it is incumbent upon your company to ensure that you are aware of the requirements under the new regulations so that you maintain compliance as always.