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Tip the Scales in Your Favor: What To Look for In a Food Import Expert: A & A Importing Food Insider Tips

Insider Tips to Importing Food: A & A Experts Weigh In We recently shared with you the tearjerker, but essential reading on when to break...

Deliciously Helpful Tips From A & A Experts on Importing Food

We’ve outlined some ways and areas a great customs broker can make life easier for companies reliant on food importing. We know this from our...

How To Import Into Canada: Handy Checklists For Happy Importing

Today we’re talking about what’s required to import food into Canada. We’ll give you pointers, as well as a handy check-list you can use whenever...

How to Break Up With Your Customs Broker: Make it Painless

Breaking up is never easy, we know. That goes for more than just personal relationships, but your biggest business relationships can really sting to end,...

You can’t say Canada or America without A & A, eh?

Today we’re giving you some guidance on how to fill out a CCI/Commercial Invoice/Certificate of Origin-FTAs. These are essential, and often filled out incorrectly. Proper,...

Incoterms® for Food Importers: Creating a Recipe For Your Success

In the 11 item menu of Incoterms®, there are some specific clauses that are essential to making your shipments palatable. The food industry is one...

Delivery Duty Paid: Does it Always Pay Off To Pay in Advance?

By now, hopefully you’re getting familiar with Incoterms® (we have a helpful overview, here) and what they mean to you as someone in the business...

CN Receives Strike Notice from Union
CN Receives Strike Notice from Union

The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), which represents. approximately 750 employees in Canada, have provided CN with 72-hour strike notice. The union will go...

NOTE: All details pertaining to CARM R2 processes are based on the current information available at the time of writing. As this is subject to change, it’s recommended you periodically check in with the CBSA or your customs broker.