U.S. CUSTOMS BASICS FOR CANADIAN EXPORTERS
1323 44 Ave NE
1323 44 Ave NE, Calgary, AB T2E 6L6, Canada
The United States presents huge opportunities for Canadian exporters...
In 2020, Canadian businesses exported 375 billion dollars of merchandise to the U.S. and only 148 billion dollars of merchandise to countries other than the U.S. This means that over 70% of Canadian merchandise exports go the United States! Additionally, the proximity between the two countries gives Canadian exporters the ability to ship products quickly and cheaply to their American customers.
Many Canadian exporters are successfully shipping to the U.S., but they’re missing out on critical opportunities keep costs down by utilizing U.S. customs and trade regulations to their advantage.
Other exporters may be shipping into the U.S. and exposing themselves to critical U.S customs compliance risk without even knowing it—just because you successfully shipped something into the U.S. does NOT automatically mean that you are in compliance with U.S. customs. That’s what retroactive audits, fines and penalties are for!
This Webinar Is for You If:
You’re worried about the risks you are exposing your company to by shipping Chinese made parts or products into the U.S.
You’re curious to know how to capitalize on trade agreements to reduce the costs to import your products into the U.S.
You’re frustrated with how complicated U.S. customs can be, and want a simple understanding of how it works
3 Things You'll Walk Away With:
A comprehensive list of common customs compliance mistakes that Canadian exporters make when importing to the U.S.
Confidence that your business is in compliance with U.S. Customs regulations
An understanding of basic U.S. Customs concepts such as Merchandise Processing Fees (MPF), Section 232 Chinese Tariffs, Continuous Bonds and much more
This webinar is hosted by Sam Woods, Vice President of JORI Logistics. Sam has over 20-years of experience in the logistics industry and is a Certified Canada Customs specialist with his Advanced Freight Forwarder designation through the Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association (CIFFA). As an entrepreneur himself, Sam is passionate about working with small and medium-sized enterprises to help them expand into international markets, reduce transportation costs, and ensure customs and trade compliance.