Canadian Trade Compliance Seminar
Importing Roles and Customs Regulations
Learn how to accurately complete required documentation and about Canada Customs’ expectations to lay a solid foundation for other trade topics like H.S. classification, free trade agreements and valuation. Understanding the importer of record’s responsibilities can be the difference between keeping and losing your importing privileges. In-depth compliance verifications by customs agencies in recent years require that both importers and exporters establish adequate internal controls as well as maintain well-documented compliance procedures. If you also import into the U.S., you may want to consider attending the morning session that covers U.S. Customs Compliance.
Event type: In-class seminar
Date: Thursday, July 13, 2017
Place: Pacific Customs Brokers, 17637 1st Avenue, Surrey, BC
Time: 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm Pacific Time
Fee: $97 CAD plus GST (per attendee)
Combined fee: $157 CAD plus GST (per attendee)
Presenter: Mike Wright
- Responsibility of the importer
- Role of the customs broker
- CBSA and other government departments
- Country of origin
- Tariff classification
- Free trade agreement eligibility
- Entry types
- Required documents and forms
"Touched on all aspects for importing/exporting - great session." - V. Summers, Office Worker, Mystical Distributing Co. Ltd.
"Tons of helpful information, now I know more about where we need to improve." - D. Peter, Inventory Clerk, Western Warehouse
"Increased my awareness of what is required." - L. White, President, ACS Composite Systems Inc.
Who Should Attend
Owners, Managers, Supervisors, Coordinators and Logistics staff of companies:
- Importing into Canada
- Under review by CBSA
- With newly hired staff
- Anyone involved in the Canadian import process
Have questions or comments about this course? Call 888.538.1566 or email us today.