Customs Compliance Specialists© review past imports, examine contingency audits, and refine the customs tariff base to stimulate competitiveness and compliance with customs agencies and other government departments in Canada and the United States.
Customs Compliance Specialists© examine the intended use of your goods, and prepare customs documents accordingly, through electronic data interchange (EDI) between customs agencies and other government departments in Canada, the United States
Certified Trade Specialists© validate customs documentation and obtain advance rulings ensuring the tariff classification, certificate of origin, tariff treatment, method of valuation of your imports are acceptable by customs agencies in Canada and the United States.
Certified Trade Specialists© recommend trade incentive programs, and ways to improve internal custom processes of businesses or reductions to duty and tariffs payable, establishing relief and drawback programs.
Certified Trade Specialists© re-classify goods with advancing rulings and enhance your customs compliance profile by assisting with trade document preparation which is validated by Canada Border Security Agency (CBSA) and United States Customs and Border Protection (US-CBP).
Certified Trade Specialists© analyse if your business will benefit from enrolling into security initiatives such as the Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT), Partners in Protection (PIP) and, Customs Self Assessment (CSA).
Compliant releases are processed, reviewed and simulated like an actual customs audit, recommending ways to improve internal custom processes of businesses or reductions to duty and tariffs payable.
Certified Trade Specialists© process customs assessments to improve audit results, identifying changes to business practices and lending assistance for the most favorable results, remaining up to date with your business and your industry’s customs compliance matters.
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Customs Compliance Specialists© streamline your imports, by pre-screening your goods prior to release and account, and ensuring compliance with customs agencies and other government departments in Canada, and the United States.