Canadian Customs Brokers Inc - tariff classification

By: Canadian Customs Brokers  09-12-2011

Services: Tariff Classification

Tariff Classification aids in obtaining the rate of customs duty that applies to an imported good. It also determines the good’s eligibility under a preferential free trade agreement. This 10-digit classification is now required at the time of customs release to your imported goods. Improper classification can result in penalties.

Let CCB take care of the worry…

Many factors must be taken into consideration to determine the classification of certain goods, such as the composition of the good, degree of manufacturing of the good, end use of the good, etc. Our advisors have an in-depth knowledge of the Customs Tariff, it’s legal and imperative rules, and thus are able to correctly classify each good with the appropriate information.

CCB advisors:

  • Determine the tariff classification of your imported goods
  • Create and manage a complaint classification databse
  • Obtain confirmation of the classification of your imported goods from both the Canadian (National Customs Ruling) and American (US Binding Ruling) Customs Authorities.


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