As a leading Canadian Customs Broker our Best Practices are a result of commitment & partnership with our customers.
In today's rapidly changing customs and regulatory environment, KWE Canada recognizes the increasing need to ensure compliance is achieved with each entry submission. Our success in meeting this goal has been in our people.
KWE Canada has placed tremendous investment and set stringent guidelines to ensure our licensed raters across Canada are properly trained and well informed of the constant regulatory changes.
With a team of highly qualified raters that bring many years of service within the industry you can be assured that your importation entries are rated with the highest standards. As your Canadian
Customs broker we therefore place stringent procedures to facilitate your customs entry and provide you with a well researched tariff to match your products.
The KWE brokerage team of highly trained, and CCS licensed raters are continuously up to date with the changing regulations of Canada Customs. This is achieved through the participation of our raters in customs training and seminars. Many of our raters attend seminars held by CSCB (Canadian Society of Customs Brokers) and the CBSA (Canada Border Services Agency) as well as Kintetsu's own internal training programs.
Your imports are vital to your business and as a professional customs broker we treat your customs entry with great sensitivity.
24/7 service is not a luxury it's a must !
KWE Canada now provides online tracking of your PARS. Carriers and dispatchers can now check the status of their PARS prior to arriving the Canadian Border. www.kintetsu.imanet.net/parstracker
This enhancement gives carriers and dispatchers PARS status 24/7 and allows truckers to reduce border delays. KWE Canada's Brokerage continues to advance tracing capabilities providing our customers more tools to keep their goods flowing through their supply chain.
eManifest Time Line:
eManifest will be implemented over a number of years, using an 18-month implementation timeline.
0-12 months - Once all eManifest transmission options (Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and eManifest Portal) become publicly available, there will be a 12-month period for clients to incorporate eManifest requirements into their business processes.
12-18 months - After the initial year, the eManifest regulations will take effect; however the CBSA will offer a six-month period of informed compliance.
18 months and beyond - The implementation timeline is complete. Clients may be subject to administrative monetary penalties (AMPs) for non-compliance.
Key implementation dates are:
Highway carriers may begin to use the eManifest Portal for transmission of cargo and conveyance data.
Rail carriers may begin transmission of cargo and conveyance data.
Freight forwarders may begin transmission of secondary cargo / house bill data.
Spring 2012 – Importers may begin transmission of importer data in the marine mode.
Note: The implementation dates for importer data in other modes and crew/passenger data in all modes will be confirmed at a later date.