CETA UPDATE: Exporter Origin Declaration requirements

There appears to be considerable misunderstandings as to how an importer can take advantage of CETA duty free rates.  CETA regulations require an exporter’s origin declaration on the invoice and not a certificate of origin.  In fact, the latter animal does not exist. Specifically, the CETA regulations – as supported by recent CBSA commentary to the trade…

Canada and South Korea Free Trade Agreement – Who Benefits?

Last week, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and South Korean President Park Geun-hye signed a landmark free trade agreement between the two countries. The agreement marked the end of a ten-year process and the first such free trade deal for Canada with an Asian country. South Korea isn’t a new market for Canadians, it’s currently…

So You Want To Start Importing Into Canada?

Many businesses are starting to import more and more into Canada. Free trade agreements, a stable economy and the rapid rise of e-commerce are among the main causes of this. In addition, Canada has a very business-friendly tax regime and customs duties advantages.

Delmar Q&A – How can we help your business?

QUESTION 1: How can Delmar ensure that a customer will have the lowest cost for services over time? ANSWER: Delmar is in a unique position to secure the lowest long-term costs for their customers. Here’s how:

Delmar Opens in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Delmar is pleased to announce the start of operations in Philadelphia, PA, USA. Our new office location functions as an International Freight Forwarder and Customs Broker, focusing on air and sea freight to and from the United States. Delmar Philadelphia was established to service customers based in Philadelphia and the greater mid-Atlantic region. Historically this…