Canada is leading the fight against forced labour through new mandates for corporate transparency in global supply chains—learn more about the pivotal steps being taken and the frequently asked questions arising from recent groundbreaking reporting requirements.
GHY teamed up with Source Nutraceutical for their latest Podcast, featuring our Co-CEO and President, Chris Bachinski. Find out interesting facts about tariff engineering and how having an expert on your side could save you money and much more! Watch here.
CBSA receives re-investgation request on transformers from Korea, and reviews normal values of certain upholstered seating exported from China. Find out all the details you need to know here.
Did you know only 25% of importers are registered on the CARM portal? Kim Campbell of IE Canada goes on record to detail to the Standing Committee on International Trade the concerns and implications of CARM's full implementation in May 2024. Watch the video excerpt here.
The USITC has determined that imports of Canadian tin mill steel products did not cause or threaten to cause injury to domestic U.S. producers. Full details here.
A round up of January's SIMA case review findings, expiry reviews, re-investigations, and continued duties on steel/pipings. Importers, check for potential impacts on your goods and stay informed on compliance details here.
CBP is ushering in substantial modifications to the Entry Type 86 (ET 86) process.These changes mark a significant evolution in the regulatory landscape governing low-value shipments. Find out all the details here.
Some common licensing errors have been identified by CFIA that importers should be aware of. Additionally, a reminder that manufactured food imports will require a valid SFC licence after February 12, 2024 to avoid rejection at the border.
Will the new 2024 CBSA Trade Verification Priorities affect your business? What should you do if you've imported targeted goods? Find out the answers to these, and all the details you need to know here.