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Customs Broker Toronto

Customs Broker Toronto   Clearit.ca is your go-to customs broker in Toronto and the greater Toronto Area. Servicing all ports across Canada, Clearit.ca has become the #1 Customs broker in Toronto for small business and individual importers.     Lowest customs brokerage fees in Toronto   Clearit.ca offers the lowest Customs Brokerage fees in Toronto for small business and individual importers. Stop getting ripped off by ...

Canadian Customs Broker: The Clearit.ca difference

Canadian Customs Broker A quick google search of "Canadian Customs Broker" brings up a plethora of information about customs brokerage. There are literally hundreds, if not thousands of brokers, trying to draw in your business. So how do you separate us? pick out the good from the bad? Well, there are a number of way to do this: Is your Customs Broker asking for money up front? If your Customs Broker asks you for money up front... run. No legi...

Clearit.ca’s Guide to importing from China

Welcome to Clearit.ca’s Guide to importing From China. Here we will detail the process of finding a supplier, communicating with them, and paying for & receiving your goods.   Importing from China: Finding a supplier When looking for suppliers, many of us first begin our search in China. It is world renowned for its affordable and abundant products, but where do you begin?  As someone looking to start up a business with little to n...

Canada Customs: Penalties, Corrections & Appeals

Canada Customs: Notice of Penalty Assessment When receiving an AMPS penalty from Canada Customs (CBSA), 2 copies of a  notice of penalty assessment (NPA) will be sent directly to you, the importer, via registered mail. This NPA will detail the penalty as well as any costs associated. Notices of Penalty assessment are broken down into 2 parts: Administrative Details Date of issue (used to calculate interest on penalty) Penalty assessm...

Duty Free: Canada – E.U. Trade Pact

Duty free: Details surfacing on trade pact between Canada and E.U.   Today, The conservative federal government tabled a report in the house of commons detailing some of the negotiation between Canadian and European leaders, shedding some light as to what we can expect from this landmark trade agreement.   Elimination of duty   It is expected that up to 98% of duty on European goods will be removed day one the trade agreemen...