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Online Customs Clearance: Live online when you need it

Clearit.ca is Canada's first and only provider of online customs clearance and customs brokerage service.  Many people ask us why we would take a traditional service like customs brokerage and bring it online.  The answer is simple, we know what you want.  You want your shipment customs cleared with the least amount of steps, in the least amount of time, all while saving some money. You can call another customs broker, ask for their sales depa...

Customs Clearances: Canadian Customs Brokerage Services

Customs Clearance Services Clearit.ca proudly provides customs clearance services ALL ACROSS CANADA. From P.E.I. to Vancouver Island, Clearit.ca is able to clear your goods electronically at any border point. Whether arriving by land, sea, or air, Clearit.ca has the know-how and expertise to get the job done right. With over 30 years experience in the business, your goods are in good hands. For any questions or concerns or to inquire about oth...

Free Trade Agreements

Canada Free Trade Agreements Canada has free trade agreements with many countries. It is important to know what they are and how they work in order to utilize them to their fullest. The following is basic information on all of Canada’s free trade agreements: The North American Free Trade Agreement or NAFTA is an agreement signed by the governments of Canada, Mexico, and the United States, creating a trilateral trade bloc in North America. The...

Toronto Customs Broker Service

Clearit.ca proudly provides customs brokerage service to clients in Toronto (GTA) and the surrounding cities of Mississauga, Brampton, Oakville, Burlington, Vaughan, Markham, Ajax, Milton etc. In fact, we can clear at any border point in Canada electronically. Cargo arriving in Toronto by Sea (this includes shipments railed inland) are assigned to port 495 (Port of Toronto) while cargo arriving by air freight are assigned to port 497 (Toronto Pe...

Becoming a Commercial Carrier

Clearit.ca agents have taken many calls lately for clients who have been transporting goods themselves into Canada and were now coming to us to prepare their paper work and clear customs. What many of you do not know, is that in order for a broker to transmit your shipments electronically via EDI, you must become a commercial carrier (either bonded, or non-bonded). It is quite simple to do, and only takes about a week once all the paper work is...