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Customs Brokerage Services in Canada

Need to clear customs fast? Our experienced and knowledgeable team can facilitate clearing your goods quickly and efficiently. How? By taking advantage of the latest customs release initiatives and reviewing your goods to make sure they comply with product-specific regulations.

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Our experts can guide you through Canada Customs Clearance.

Customs Consulting

We realize that international trade issues can be challenging. Our customs experts can guide you through the complexity of:

  • CUSMA/USMCA compliance
  • Tariff classification
  • Valuation
  • Duty/tax recovery
  • Temporary importation bonds, form E29B
  • Export services, including entry in the Canadian Export Reporting System (CERS)
  • Specific product requirements

CARM Regulations

This new account revenue management program requires importers to register with the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) directly through the Customs Assessment and Revenue Management (CARM) client portal. Since CBSA changed the way all goods are imported into Canada, an account must be established with CBSA, delegating authority to a customs broker, and obtaining a bond. If you haven’t done so already, please access the CARM Client Portal to set up your account.

All customs brokers, importers, and any third-party agencies are all required to create an account with CBSA CARM.

This program went into effect in May 2024, requiring all clients to post security directly with CBSA and pay any monthly duties or taxes directly to CBSA. At the end of each month, CBSA will provide a monthly statement of account for payment. Clients will then be required to pay CBSA the amount owing as well as post a surety bond with CBSA for any duties and taxes owing in the final phase of CARM.

You can visit the CBSA’s CARM website for a full description of this program, including its benefits, and other supporting information and instructions.

Common Questions

As per customs regulations, all invoices must contain the following information:

  • Vendor’s full name and address
  • Importer full name and address
  • Consignee’s full name and address
  • Detailed description of the product
  • Country of origin
  • Purchase price and currency of settlement
  • Terms of sale
  • Total pieces and weight, net and gross
  • Related charges such as, but not limited to, freight, insurance, rebates, licensing fees, buying or selling commissions, discounts, and assists

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