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Shipping to Canada: Key supply chain and players’ roles

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When shipping your goods internationally, there are many moving pieces. Knowing who is responsible for what and how the process works is crucial. Learn about the roles and responsibilities of the key players in the supply chain: Exporter Importer Carrier Customs broker Canada Border Services Agency Whether you’re new to shipping internationally or a seasoned… Read more »

Five reasons to outsource your free trade program workload

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Are professional duty management services right for your business? Managing free trade programs is a complex task, from addressing the unique requirements of goods and countries involved to submitting required documentation – not to mention dealing with multiple vendors and customer requests for certificates of origin and affidavits. Even if you have a dedicated compliance… Read more »

Ensure smoother customs clearance as an NRI

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As an NRI, it’s critical to have the right documentation in place to keep your customs clearance process smooth and easy. To help you keep track of your requirements and responsibilities, we’ve prepared an overview of the documentation you need to provide when shipping your goods. Download “Ensure smoother customs clearance as an NRI” and… Read more »

Creating sales opportunities as an NRI

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Are you considering expanding your business into Canada? Canada’s Non-Resident Importer (NRI) program is a great way to reach more clients and get a step ahead of your competition. Becoming an NRI means you can ship your goods to Canada and enjoy the same advantages as your Canadian competition. As an NRI, you can take… Read more »

Global product classification: Getting help in getting it right

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Outsourcing global product classification saves headaches – and money. Every product or item shipped across international borders requires its own classification number. Some classifications are straightforward, but many complex technology products require a high level of research and resources to correctly classify. From potential shipping delays to fines and penalties, the costs of inaccurate or… Read more »

Supply chain cost savings: Five opportunities you can’t afford to miss

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Efficient international supply chain solutions are critical to keeping your goods moving and getting them where they need to be – in the hands of your partners, vendors and clients. Find out how five simple solutions can help tighten your supply chain security! Supply chain management There are a lot factors that will contribute to… Read more »

Incoterms® 2010 – Transport obligations costs and risks

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International transportation is a complex business, and Incoterms® – the universal rules that govern international trade – are no exception. The latest iteration, Incoterms 2010, contains 11 rules for standardized global trade, defining the most important responsibilities of buyers and sellers in international sales contracts. Learning each rule – and when and where each rule… Read more »

A Practical Guide to Incoterms® 2010

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A practical guide to Incoterms® 2010 International sales contracts can be daunting, but if there’s one lesson to keep in mind, it’s to pay as much attention to the terms of sale as to the sale price itself. That’s where Incoterms come in. Incoterms 2010 are the generally accepted series of international trade terms, and… Read more »

Shipping to Canada: Five Questions to Ask Your Carrier

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To make sure that your goods get where they need to be on time and without hassle, it’s important to work with a carrier who understands the process of shipping into Canada – and who operates as a partner you can trust. We’ve put together a few key questions you should ask anytime you’re considering… Read more »

Shipping to Canada: Key supply chain and players’ roles

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When shipping your goods internationally, there are many moving pieces. Knowing who is responsible for what and how the process works is crucial. Learn about the roles and responsibilities of the key players in the supply chain: Exporter Importer Carrier Customs broker Canada Border Services Agency To learn more about the above players and how… Read more »