Delmar Customs Brokerage 2021 Review and 2022 Updates  

As 2022 begins, please review the notable initiatives and improvements that have impacted the Customs Brokerage industry in Canada and the United States in 2021 and what changes you can expect in 2022.   Canadian Officials Seize Goods Made with Forced Labour  As of July 1st, 2020, goods that are mined, manufactured, or produced wholly or in part by forced labour, are prohibited from entering Canada pursuant to tariff item No. 9897.00.00 of the Customs Tariff.  On November 12th,…

U.S. and Canada Customs Agencies Combine Efforts to Facilitate Shipments Through British Columbia

In a joint program, U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) and Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) have announced an effort to facilitate the movement of Canadian domestic cargo moving via truck or rail around flooding in British Columbia, Canada.  Ocean and air cargo arriving in Vancouver or elsewhere in Canada must be customs cleared prior to transiting the U.S. as this program is intended for use with domestic cargo only. …

2022 Upcoming Canada Organic Regime Import Requirements

With 2022 around the corner, Delmar International would like to remind its clients about the upcoming Canada Organic Regime import requirements. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) had advised that starting in 2022, importers of organic commodities for which the import requirements are included in AIRS will be required to submit a digital copy of the…

Avis d’ouverture d’enquête

Les 30 juin 2021 et 7 juillet 2021, l’Agence des services frontaliers du Canada (ASFC) a ouvert une enquête, en vertu de la Loi sur les mesures spéciales d’importation, concernant le présumé dumping préjudiciable de certaines fournitures tubulaires pour puits de pétrole en provenance du Mexique et de l’Autriche.  Les marchandises en cause sont définies comme des…