Whether you are prepared or not, the second release of the CBSA Accounting and Revenue Management program, aka CARM R2, is rapidly approaching. This post shares everything you need to know to get ready. The biggest takeaway? Don’t delay! The time to get your CARM ducks in a row is now.
If the beginning of the 2020s taught us anything, it’s that flexibility and the ability to pivot are crucial to supply chain success. While disruptions due to the pandemic and inflation seem to be easing up, an increase in extreme weather events plus rising sea levels suggest that supply chain woes are not over yet..
The CBSA Assessment and Revenue Management (CARM) program is expected to move into Release 2 (R2) in 2023. This post is designed to help you get a handle on your account balance and how to settle outstanding balances in preparation for R2.
As we approach the second release of CARM, some importers may feel some confusion and possibly overwhelm at the new changes coming down the pipeline. But these changes are not insurmountable, and if anything, CARM is designed to streamline processes with the CBSA. Understanding what you need to learn about CARM is the.
If the last three years have taught us anything, it’s that flexibility, resilience, and learning to navigate change and make swift decisions have become the norm in the logistics industry. Our core department leads share their take on the state of things as we enter a new year.
The CBSA Assessment and Revenue Management program (CARM) is expected to move into Release 2 in 2023. Are you ready?
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.
The new SWI landscape The Single Window Initiative means several changes for importers: