When importing goods into Canada, there are rules and regulations to adhere to or end up paying a penalty under the AMPS system. Read on to learn more.
If you’re shipping and importing goods into the United States, you may be responsible for filing an Importer Security Filing (ISF). ISF is required for all ocean shipments coming in by vessel to the United States. Don’t be caught off guard by the complexity and cost of the process. Read on to learn everything you need to know.
If you're importing goods to into the U.S., your shipment(s) will likely require a Customs Bond. Here's everything you need to know.
Surety and security requirements are a hot topic for many Canadian importers today. With the CBSA’s latest announcement to delay CARM Release 2, many are uncertain of its impact on their business and what surety/security is required to ensure no delays or penalties. Read on to learn everything you need to know on your surety and security requirements and the impact on your import business.
Non-originating apparel and textiles can be exported from Canada to the U.S. duty-free if they meet Tariff Preference Levels. Read on to learn more.
Changes in the 2022 HTSUS can impact the classification and duty rate if you're importing apparel and textiles into the US. Here's what you need to know.
As a Canadian importer, there are emission regulations that apply when you import Off-Road Small Spark-Ignition Engines. Here's what you need to know.
Importing a horse into Canada is heavily regulated, and when a trailer is included, the importation process becomes complex. Read on to learn more.
The Transaction Value Method is the primary Valuation method used by CBSA. Here are the three criteria that must be fulfilled to qualify for the TVM on your imported goods into Canada.