Canada 

Operations & Booking

 

11-7895 Tranmere Drive 

Mississauga, Ontario L5S 1V9

Customs@streamintl.ca

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United States

Operations & Booking

 

19898 Avenue 24

Chowchilla, California 93610

Customs@streamintl.ca

Release

PROCESS

Step 1

Release

REQUEST

Customs Release Analysts© process import declaration based on the shipping documents which include the bill of lading, certificate of origin, commercial invoice and additional permits, licenses and certificates required by customs agencies other government departments in Canada and the United States. 

Step 2

Import 

DECLARATION

Customs Release Analysts© process import declarations at all major ports of entry via air, ocean, rail or overland, by validating the shipping documents for errors or omissions, for shipments bound to Canada and the United States.  

Step 3

Cargo Carrier

DECLARATION

Customs Release Analysts© await electronic manifests information declared by cargo carriers, indicating the port of arrival and estimated time of arrival, to transmit an entry-number for imports bound to Canada and the United States.

Step 4

Review

SYSTEM

Customs Release Analysts©  are available after-hours to review the status of your shipment arriving at every major point of entry across Canada and the United States.  

Step 5

Tracing

UPDATES

Stay on top of regulatory requirements affecting your shipments, with alerts and notifications sent by release analysts, processing shipments in close communication with customs agencies and other government departments in Canada and the United States. 

Step 6

Release

ALERTS

Shipment releases are processed faster, with enhanced communication with customs agencies reducing risks of penalties and added expenses. Release processes are automated with customs agencies, errors and notifications are received in real-time and transmitted to importers.  

Compliance

SPECIALIST

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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.