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ABOUT EVRASIA CUSTOMS

Evrasia provides a large spectrum of customs brokerage services that reduce the risks associated with importing and exporting goods and accelerates the transport of goods across the Canada borders. We provide international coverage with personalized customer service and a professional understanding of the logistics process. Moving your goods from their origin point to their final destinations without needless, unexpected and often costly delays is crucial to your company’s success. Evrasia can accelerate your shipments through the customs process and minimize the supply chain disruptions that can delay your shipments and cost you money.

Whether you are importing or exporting goods to Canada and the United States our skilled customs brokers work to provide not just any solution but the right solution. We offer Customs Clearance as an integrated part of our transport and logistics services. Customs Clearance only is offered very rarely in specific cases.

Customs Clearance Rate

Important Notice

Please note that starting July 1, 2018, certain goods originating from the U.S. are subject to a surtax that will apply to commercial shipments as well as goods being imported by travelers above their personal exemptions. The list of goods is available on the Department of Finance website: https://www.fin.gc.ca/fin-eng.asp

CUSTOM BROKERAGE SERVICES

We can arrange continuously (1 year valid) or one-time import bond for not US importers
If you are importing merchandise into the United States, (U.S.) for commercial purposes that are valued over $2,500, or a commodity subject to other federal agencies requirements (i.e. firearms or food), you must post a Customs bond. You have the option of obtaining a “single entry” or “continuous bond”. The type of bond you elect to obtain ultimately depends on how often you import into the U.S.

Transit Customs Clearance in Canada and USA
Customs transit is a customs procedure used to move goods between two or more different customs territories. Using the Customs Transit procedure allows for the temporary suspension of duties, taxes and commercial policy measures that are applicable at import. As such, it allows customs clearance formalities to take place at the point destination rather than at the point of entry into the customs territory.

Temporary Customs clearance in Canada
Canada allows the temporary import free of duty and tax of certain commercial goods and equipment such as brochures, commercial samples, audio‑visual equipment, and industrial equipment for business meetings, trade shows, product demonstrations, and industrial or construction purposes.

Our Customs Services

IMPORTS

US and Canada
  • Permanent import customs clearance in Canada and US (Federal Tax number or Bond number required)
    Import and export legislation is complex, strict and subject to frequent changes. Full compliance requires up-to-the-minute expertise, flexibility and rigor. We assist you in the preparation of government documents. We facilitate the payment of customs duties and taxes.

EXPORTS

US and Canada
  • Export customs clearance in Canada  and US (Shipper’s Export Declaration – Federal Tax ID required)
    Import and export legislation is complex, strict and subject to frequent changes. Full compliance requires up-to-the-minute expertise, flexibility and rigor. We assist you in the preparation of government documents. We facilitate the payment of customs duties and taxes.

 

FAQs ABOUT CUSTOMS CLEARANCE

Commercial Invoice, Packing list, Cargo Manifest (or Air Way Bill), Certificate of Origin (for certain countries).

We need only copies but original documents must be quickly available upon request.

Despite legalization in Canada, only Health Canada retains the authority to issue permits or grant exemptions to import or export cannabis, under very limited circumstances. For more information please contact CBSA Canadian Border Service Agancy) at https://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/comm-eng.html.

Yes if the total amount of exported goods is more than CAD 2,000.

A conveyance may remain in Canada until the expiration of:

  • (a) the intended date of exportation specified pursuant to paragraph 3(f), or
  • (b) thirty days from the date of its importation, whichever is the earlier.
  • (2) Where it is impossible or impracticable for a resident to comply with the requirements referred to in subsection (1), the Minister may extend the time during which a conveyance may remain in Canada for any additional period not exceeding sixty days from the date of its importation into Canada.