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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...

Canadian Customs Forms

Here at Clearit.ca we get a lot of requests for Canadian Customs Forms.  To some, this may sound like a very specific question, but to us we say "which one".  The fact is that there may be one or several customs forms that are needed to customs clear a shipment into Canada.  Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) publishes many forms that are available for download from their site.  You may want to check exactly what forms you need by contact...

Customs Brokerage Made Easy

Customs Brokerage made easy Lots of calls and messages coming through for brief and easy explanations on how a commercial importer or even just an individual can clear customs easily. We do have TONS of content on the site as to how this works but we here at Clearit.ca understand that there are a lot of first timers or those who don't import as often so we put something together with you specifically in mind. (1) You have decided to import prod...

Online Customs Clearance – Your Online Customs Broker in Canada

Clearit.ca set out to be the first online customs broker, without taking away from the experience of dealing with an excellent service provider.  As many Canadian Importers have come to learn, we go the extra mile for our customers day in and day out and the fact that we are an online customs broker is just the icing on the cake.  We know that if we give you a good service on your online customs clearance, then next time you have a shipment to...

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...