February 19, 2020 – Toronto, ON – The import experts at ARGO Customs want importers to be aware that importing textiles into Canada from the EU may be more complicated than it seems. Despite the general perception that EU textiles can be imported duty-free, there is more to the process, and importers may want to refer […]
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Halloween costumes – please advise the HS Tariff code & duty rate.
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ARGO Canadian Customs Brokers will be happy to assist with aHalloween costumes importations.
HS Tariff code – 9505.90.00.90, duty free.
So, if you’re just importing some goods into Canada purely for personal or non-commercial use, you don’t need to worry about commercial import regulations, right? Not necessarily. Significant changes are coming to how the Single Window Initiative (SWI) processes non-commercial goods. In some cases, importers may still need to adhere to commercial regulations, particularly if […]
If there is one single body to thank for how relatively easy it is to import and export goods around the world, it is the World Customs Organization (WCO). Through their “Harmonized System,” the WCO has created a single standardized reference document for more than 5,000 categories of goods. The classification and numbering system adopted […]