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What does Customs mean by “marking”?

The marking of imported goods for Customs purposes refers to the Country of Origin; basically where the goods are made.

The main product categories that require marking are personal or household goods, hardware, novelties, and sporting goods, paper products, apparel, and horticultural products.

Examples of marking are: Made in the USA, Made In China, Product of Japan, etc.

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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.