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.
Effective January 1, 1994, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is a trilateral trade agreement between Canada, the United States and Mexico. NAFTA certificate or origin attests that the goods were actually manufactured in the USA or Mexico and are entitled for the US or Mexican tariff treatment, which usually is duty free. The Certificate of Origin is issued by the exporter or producer, is uniform among Canada, the United States, and Mexico and is acceptable for use in any of these countries. For imports into Canada, the NAFTA Certificate of Origin can be completed in English or French. To claim a NAFTA duty free tariff treatment a Customs broker must have a NAFTA certificate on file. The NAFTA certificate can be filled out on this web page of our site: http://www.dilas.ca/documents.php
Customs brokers did not fail to notice that, according to a resent report, Canadian Customs border inspectors usually waive duties and taxes on items imported travellers from the States. Retailers are worried that the Canada Border Services Agency is giving too much slack to the Canadian...
Dilas as a Canadian Customs broker deems it necessary to attract attention to the industry members to the below Customs notice regarding the export reporting of the correct HS codes. 1. This notice is reminding exporters (or Customs broker on Exporter's behalf) that they must correctly report...
Mexican, US and Canadian Customs authorities are making progress harmonizing border management policies and procedures, and this has led US Customs to introduce a tripartite seminar, modeled on Customs popular Trade Symposium, to keep Customs brokers and freight specialists aware regarding their...