Many of our Edmonton and Calgary staff have been deployed from their usual duties at Cole International to help those affected by the fires in Fort McMurray. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time if you experience any difficulties in contacting a staff member or any inconsistencies in the.
Drawback is the refund of certain taxes, duties and fees paid to Customs on imports for certain exports from the U.S. Long considered “the most complex commercial program” of U.S. Customs, recent simplifications of the drawback law should make drawback claims somewhat easier to prepare. Unfortunately, drawback is a.
On-time delivery of shipments to your customers is essential to the smooth operation of your business – not to mention maintaining the confidence and loyalty of your customers. Are you ever frustrated by late delivery of shipments? Let’s look at the reasons why your deliveries may not happen within the timeline you.
There's nothing quite so frustrating as inspecting a delivery and discovering shipping damages. While it's impossible to guarantee no damage at all from the shipping process, there are several things you can do to greatly reduce it.
Why sign trade agreements with other nations? Canada has several trade agreements in effect that aim to give its companies an advantage over the U.S. and other countries. With a trade agreement in place, such as in Panama (where the U.S. does not), Canada receives more benefits in the shape of preferential access to.
Like trying to find your way through a gargantuan hedge maze, navigating the labyrinth of U.S. Customs rules for importers/exporters can feel overwhelming. Yet the tantalizing promise of increased revenue from international trade continues to drive small business owners to try their hand at understanding the rules –.
Though we, as a company, do not engage in overseas data processing – mostly based on principle – there are many companies in the Canadian brokerage industry that certainly do, and we would be remiss not to address this growing trend in our business. Let's discuss the actual reasoning behind overseas data processing.
They're not legal terminology, so why should you care about using Incoterms?
The simple answer is: No. It's not just you. Logistics providers have the same difficulty in communication as any other intensely regulated industry: no one outside their industry has a clue what people are saying. Consider this: Are you ANSI about the COGS in DC being DOA? What are they EFTA? There oughta be a PACT.