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My shipment went inbond, why do I have to pay inbond fees?

If your shipment has gone inbond that means that the carrier has reached the border before the paperwork was completed. Because the goods have gone inbond there is a fee now that the importer of record must pay. When this happens the driver has to move forward by going to a bonded warehouse to continue with his journey to allow other freight to be delivered to other customers. Once we receive the information about the bonded warehouse we will be able to transmit your entry for Customs to review. Once Customs accepts the goods the driver then can pick up the freight again and have it delivered.

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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.