We are a CBSA licensed Customs Broker
Dilas International is a flexible independent Customs brokerage company and can deliver a personalized service matching the unique requirements of the importing community.
Being a licensed Customs broker with a national bond posted with the CBSA (Canada Border Service Agency) we take care of Customs clearance nationwide at all Canadian Customs offices using such EDI tools of the CBSA as Accelerated Commercial Release Operational Support System (ACROSS) including Pre-Authorized Review System (PARS) and Release on Minimum Documentation (RMD) options, and Customs Automated Data Exchange (CADEX). Dilas International is a proud corporate member of the Canadian Society of Customs Brokers.
We guarantee to our clients electronic submission of a Customs entry to the CBSA within an hour of receiving a complete set of documents for an import shipment by fax or e-mail.
So great to know there are no hidden fees. What I guestimated to be the cost of brokering from your fees chart worked out to be exactly what I was charged. Thanks again.
Badur Ramji Punkmedics
We have been using Dilas International Customs Brokers for a couple of years now. Service has been very good. I recommend Dilas to anyone using a brokerage service.
Kim Caron Mat Service Ltd.
The Dilas team is terrific! They are always willing to answer my questions and they take care of all my border clearance needs without issue. I highly recommend them.
Quinn Beck Earth Distributors Inc.
Outsourcing our customs brokerage requirements to Dilas International has improved incoming delivery times, reduced errors to zero and reduced costs.
Robert Island AB Technology Group
When people are passionate about what they do, you can sense that. And this is what vibrates at the corresponding frequency with us here, at Fiasco Gelato, as we think the same way. Being Dilas client since 2011 and counting.
James G. Boettcher, Chief Idea Officer, Fiasco Gelato
Goods shall be legibly and permanently marked with the country of origin in a place that can be easily seen. The origin marking shall be visible on the exterior packaging that will be displayed when it is being sold to the end-user. You can use an abbreviation of the country name as long as it is clearly indicative of the country of origin.
Section 19.1 and Section 19.2 of the Customs Tariff specify the exact regulations and guidelines from the Governor in Council and Minister in regards to which goods need be marked, how to determine the country of origin, and where the goods should be physically marked. These requirements for country of origin markings are in addition to labeling requirements for other departments in the Government.
The questions from Customs brokers in the province of Alberta arise regrading the TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) Agreement, namely what are be the advantages for Alberta's importers and exporters with Canada concluding the Agreement.
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