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How can Clearit.ca help my small business? Part 3: Trucking / Freight Forwarding

  One headache many freight forwarders/trucking companies face on a daily basis is Broker-less cargo. This is cross border cargo given to them with no Customs Broker attached. Many times this cargo is for a client who is unfamiliar with the importing process or who imports very infrequently. It is now up to you, the forwarder/trucker to advise your client of a broker.   In most cases, it can take several days just to set up an accoun...

Immigrating to Canada

Immigrating to Canada? Here at Clearit.ca, we are trying to clear the clutter, and give you the the information you need; and ONLY what you need. We have been receiving tons of calls and emails asking questions pertaining to immigrating to Canada, and although we are not Immigration specialists, we do know a thing or two about the process of actually getting here. What Documents do i need when landing in Canada as a new Immigrant? Upon landing...

Canadian Customs Brokers – Commercial? Personal? We do it all!

Clearit.ca is your perfect solution for Canadian customs clearances. Our simplified, easy-to-use online service was built with you in mind. Whether you are a small, medium, or large business, you will find that we are not only the most cost effective brokers in Canada, but also the easiest to work with. Just give us a try! Importing personal items? We do that too! You are what we refer to as a “casual” importer and can service you anywhere i...

FOB Canada Program

Have you ever thought of offering your customers an FOB Canada program? Many customers ask us to help them develop a program for them whereby they can sell their products to Canadian buyers landed duty paid. Whether you are shipping from the United States, or overseas Clearit.ca can simplify your life by creating shipping points inside Canada. Imagine how many more customers will buy from you! At Clearit.ca we are a team of customs and trade p...

Guide to Importing: Part 2

Importing 9.     Place your order with your Vendor, Shipper or Exporter, Identify the mode of shipping to be used (Highway, Sea, Rail, Air, Post or Courier Service) and determine the desired or expected CBSA office of entry 10.     Ensure your cargo is reported Unless you transport a shipment yourself, the carrier must declare all commercial goods upon arrival. The carrier uses a bar-coded Cargo Control Document (CCD) or the Electro...