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.
Administrative Monetary Penalty System is a graduated penalty system for infractions under the Special Import Measures Act, the Customs Act, and the Customs Tariff, as well as any regulations found within these Acts. The AMPS Master Penalty Document can be reviewed at: http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/publications/dm-md/d22/d22-1-1-eng.html There is a specific AMPS penalty for each infraction, and they will increase for subsequent identical infractions. A Notice of Penalty Assessment (NPA) will be issued if an officer has determined that a penalty is warranted. Once the NPA is issued, the party it was issued to can do any of the following: • pay the penalty within 30 days of when it was issued • enter into a penalty reduction agreement • take redress action (if the penalty was inappropriately applied), which must be submitted to the issuing customs office in writing within 90 days • contact the issuing CBSA office to request that the penalty be reviewed within 30 days from when the NPA was issued if an error has been made Dilas International Customs Brokers can assist you if you have received an NPA and you are not sure how to respond.
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) requires that a tariff classification number as well as a proper description must be provided on the Canadian customs import declaration in order to obtain a customs release for imported goods such as articles of apparel and clothing accessories. In order...
The new Canadian Customs Memorandum D10-15-3 which was published by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) on July 8, 2014, explains to Canadian importers and Canadian customs brokers the tariff classification and certification procedures for visual and auditory materials of an educational,...
July 4, 2014 What Are the Government of Canada’s Requirements Regarding the Tariff Classification of Imported and Exported Goods? The Government of Canada requires that ALL IMPORTED and EXPORTED GOODS are to be reported in some manner to the specified federal agencies responsible for...