Countdown to October...
CBSA hasn’t announced an official date to CARM R2 Release. Once available the counter will reflect the actual date of implementation.
Sprint 1 of the CARM Experience Simulation will finish on March 24th.
The Delegation of Authority status report for customs brokers continues to be actively pursued...
A customs broker must be given full visibility by an importer in order for them to see the...
In CARM Release 2 and after the 180 day transition period (subject to Canada Gazette publication...
Call to action
More than 227,000 importers deal with the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) annually. Most rely on the services of a licensed customs broker to get their shipments cleared at the border. For each transaction, reams of critical business data must be generated, about everything from country of origin and destinations, to suppliers, tariff classifications, routings, and intended use. This is one of the many ways customs brokers assist importers.
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190 Customs Broker Members
4,700 CCS Designates
400 CTCS Designates
1,000 Students ... annually
The CSCB (Canadian Society of Customs Brokers) actively seeks and achieves improvements in government policies and procedures on behalf of our members and their clients, and consistently delivers relevant, high quality products and services, including education and professional development. The CSCB creates member value and benefits through education, advocacy, information, and innovation.