Canadian Imports by Ocean/Air

Customs brokerage solutions to ensure your goods hit the ground running

Whether you’re a major manufacturer, a national retailer or a local importer of specialized products, you must meet specific Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) requirements and submit all required documentation before your shipments of goods will be released into Canada.

To ensure your goods make their way to their destination as soon as they’re offloaded from ship or plane, get Cole International in your corner.

Leveraging strong relationships with CBSA and backed by more than 50 years’ experience, we’ll make sure everything gets done to keep your goods on the go.

Import processes not covered by IID

Some Customs-related processes are either outside the scope of SWI or require paper documentation upon arrival at the border. The following are not currently included in an IID transmission.

  • Temporary importations (e.g., E29B, ATA Carnet)
  • Diplomatic goods carried by a commercial carrier
  • Orders in Council
  • Personal goods imported through CBSA’s travellers’ stream
  • Settlers effects
  • Returning residents
  • Estimated to Arrive and Value Included
  • Courier/Low-Value Shipment processing
  • Commercial “C” Type (Cash) B3 entries