Recent moves by President Donald Trump could have massive effect on the shipping charges Canadian businesses pay for small packages
Demurrage, detention, and storage charges are the focus of our latest blog. Read on to find out what they are and how you can avoid them.
Customs examinations are conducted by Canada Border Services Agency for a variety of reasons. Read on to find out more.
Over the past few years, the Canadian government has been exploring dramatic changes through CETA and the CPTPP. With so many Canadians affected, and both deals at pivotal stages in their development, it’s important to know how these deals work, and what you can expect in the months to come.
When importing into Canada, there are many requirements that must be met. Plan in advance and avoid costly mistakes and delays.
With the Trump administration taking a harsh stance against the free trade deal, Canada and Mexico more than ever need to stick together in partnership in order to ensure its survival.
eManifest is the latest buzzword in the trade and customs industry, and it has brought rise to some questions: what exactly is eManifest, and how does it affect the importation process?
Customs clearance can be complex, especially if you’re not used to the process. With so many rules, regulations and restrictions in place, it can be difficult knowing what exactly is required when it comes to shipping your commercial products.
The time has finally come. After much anticipated debate about how a first in-person meeting between Prime Minister Trudeau and his U.S. counterpart President Trump would go, we finally have a glimpse into the new dynamic relationship that will hopefully prevail. Much was discussed about trade, especially NAFTA, and by the sounds of it, the trade relationship between both countries won’t seem to wane all that much.
With Canada’s largest trading partner just a day away from a new administration, the importance of having a solid negotiation team, especially in the midst of talks involving tearing up NAFTA, is imperative to the success of the Canadian economy.