With a consumer base of 316.6 million people, expanding your business to the U.S. can prove to be very profitable. But how do you maintain a competitive edge when looking to expand your business to the U.S.?
In January 2015 the federal government plans to remove 72 countries from the “General Preferential Tariff” (GPT) list. Find out what this means for importers, and what countries will be affected.
You know you need a customs broker, but do you exactly what kind of brokerage services will best suit your business? By better understanding a broker’s import and export services, you can be sure your business is getting the most for its money.
Efficient, compliant customs processes are the key to getting your goods across the border, but how do you make most out of your relationship with a customs broker in order to make that happen?
Are you looking to export goods from Canada internationally? This step-by-step guide takes you through the points to consider before exporting and reaching the Canadian border.
Are you looking to import goods to Canada? This step-by-step guide takes you through the points to consider before importing and reaching the border.
Did you know that small and medium-sized businesses account for 38% of the total value of goods exported from BC? In 2010, this amounted to $29.3 billion of merchandise.
With BC’s diverse population bringing their traditions and recipes from around the world; the key trends in food imports are ever changing. Among the more popular imported food products at the moment are quinoa and coconut water.
Today NAFTA has a combined output of US$17.0 trillion across North America. The most popular exports to our US neighbours include: mineral oil, fuel, motor vehicles, machinery, wood, and electrical machinery.
Navigating the regulations for importing goods to Canada can often be confusing. With the rules frequently changing it is important that you keep up to date on the latest amendments.