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HS Codes: A Primer

HS Codes Trying to classify goods with  HS codes code can be extremely frustrating. Chapters seem a little obscure and it is almost impossible to find the exact item you wish to import - but it becomes a lot easier once you understand how the system works and have a few handy tools at your disposal. [caption id="attachment_919" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Clearit.ca Customs Brokers | Canadian Customs Brokers[/caption] The following is a ...

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...

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...

Crossing the border with your pet

Crossing the border with your pet? Our good friends at the Canada Border Services Agency have provided us with some need-to-know info.  The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) establishes import requirements for all animals and animal products entering Canada.  The CFIA provides information about importing domestic pets on its website. Before crossing the border with your pet, please review the requirements. Can i take my pets? Like an...

Ocean marine insurance

Ocean Marine Insurance: Why your cargo shouldn't leave home without it Over the weekend, extreme weather in the Gulf of Alaska caused 29 containers to fall overboard of a vessel, which was on its way to Prince Rupert’s port. The container vessel known as the Cosco Yokohama encountered dangerous weather conditions in the Gulf of Alaska last weekend while traveling from Asia to Prince Rupert. All together 29 containers were lost in the sea, wi...