As you prepare for full implementation of the Canada Border Service Agency’s Assessment and Revenue Management (CARM) project, a reminder to ensure you approve your broker’s access to the CARM Client Portal (CCP).
At Cole International, we believe that the more you know, the better your goods will go. Our Explainer posts provide valuable information you should know before you make your next move. We understand that the logistics industry involves complex processes, regulations, and definitions that can be overwhelming to.
Customs, compliance and trade regulations are dynamic and always on the move, just like your goods. These roundups intend to bring you the latest in news from the worlds of Canadian and U.S. Customs so you can get the information you need to keep your goods moving seamlessly.
The worldwide supply chain is constantly changing. Now, as we continue dealing with the fallout of pandemic-related supply chain issues, fluctuations in prices, labour disruptions, delays, and port congestion persist. These updates will share some of the latest freight news, so we can keep you abreast of the dynamic.
Chinese New Year is a major holiday observed by over a billion people. As such, it has the potential to seriously impact your supply chain operations. While Chinese New Year is in January, successful importers start planning for it as early as May.
Whether to lease, rent or buy can often be an important question when you are importing goods. But just how much does this affect your shipping business?
Attention Canadian importers! Drop this assumption and make shipping from Canada into the U.S. easier
As a Canadian importer moving goods into the U.S. and working with Cole International customs brokers, it's easy to assume if we clear it in Canada, we clear it in the U.S. too. Learn how dropping this one flawed assumption can keep your goods moving seamlessly.
As the climate change conversation continues to pick up steam, the expansion of mandatory carbon footprint reporting has been growing alongside it. Many large companies have been reporting their greenhouse gas emissions to the Canadian and U.S. government for well over a decade now. If you are among the many companies.