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Commercial Shipments

With ARGO Customs broker, your goods will cross borders seamlessly. We will manage all customs work on time and on budget. We see every shipment as urgent.

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Personal Shipments

ARGO Customs broker makes it easy for individuals to ship into or out of Canada making the process quick and saving you on customs broker fees.

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About ARGO Customs

ARGO Business Corp. ( Argo Customs Brokers) Canadian Customs Brokers provide quick and reliable customs clearance services in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton, Canada. We help with customs clearance anywhere in Canada, both for personal and commercial shipments.

Our specialists can help you exchange shipments with any country on any form of transportation, saving you a great deal of time, troubles and resources.

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Please advise the marking regulations for good made in China ?

Non-NAFTA goods shall be marked in English or French.The marking of goods shall be legible, sufficiently permanent and capable of being seen easily during normal handling of the goods or their container. Where the words “Canada” or “Canadian” or any abbreviation thereof, or the name of any country or place other than the country of origin of the goods appears on any goods elsewhere than in the country of origin marking, and the presence of the words can be expected to mislead the ultimate purchaser or the ultimate recipient, as the case may be, the country of origin marking shall be located in close proximity to those words and shall contain the expression “made in,” “produced in” or “printed in” or any other expression, in any of the languages used in accordance with subsection 4(1) or (2), that indicates to the ultimate purchaser or to the ultimate recipient, as the case may be, the country of origin of the goods. An abbreviation of a country name may be used in a country of origin marking if the abbreviation clearly indicates to the ultimate purchaser or to the ultimate recipient, as the case may be, the country of origin of the goods.

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The North American Free Trade Agreement (“NAFTA”) is a free-trade agreement between Mexico, the United States, and Canada, well known by most customs broker companies. NAFTA was implemented in 1994 and has been in effect since then. As you may have read, NAFTA is currently being renegotiated therefore the rules for import/export could change. However, […]

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