Computer accessories, mice, keyboards, printers, power cables, network cables, K6 K5 cables, video cables, HDMI cables, printing paper, ink cartridges, toner, and ink are all general cargos that can be imported and exported to Canada. Regina is a city in the south-central province of Saskatchewan, Canada, and cannot be directly reached by sea. FCL shipping and LCL ocean shipping need to transit to Regina through the port of Vancouver. Transshipment includes land transit and railway transit. The cargo can be cleared in Vancouver or Regina. For general company import receipts, customs clearance can be done in Vancouver or in Regina without the client's physical presence. For general private import receipts, customs clearance is available in non-resident import mode, and the client does not need to be present in person. For immigration moving transport, application for an import duty exemption, and customs clearance operation, the client needs to be present at the customs office for an interview, and our company will assist in customs clearance. So the question is if the customer's shipping address is in Regina and the customs clearance is in Vancouver, does the customer need to meet the customs in person? We aim to save money, time, and worry, with the best way to complete the transportation. Therefore, in this case, we will arrange for the cargo to be cleared in Regina, and our company can use inbond customs supervised vehicle to transport the cargo from Vancouver to Regina by land, so the customer does not need to fly to Vancouver to meet the customs. The import and consumption duties are based on the name of the listed cargos and the corresponding customs code in the Canadian customs system. The detailed shipping process is as follows:
Regina is an inland city in Canada. LCL and double clearance to the door have special requirements for the packaging of the cargo. Generally, the goods were packed in cartons and then loaded into pallets of non-fumigation pallets. For non-demolition furniture, fragile goods such as porcelain and glass products must be packed in shock-proof foam and then packed in a free fumigation plywood case. The material must be plywood. Using solid wood materials for outer packaging requires fumigation (solid wood cannot be moldy and has bark), and the fumigation cost is relatively expensive, generally about 700 RMB. The outer packaging with solid wood materials needs fumigation (solid wood cannot be moldy, there is bark), and the fumigation cost is relatively expensive, usually about 700 RMB. But in many cases, it is not the price problem. Once the cargos are checked in the Canadian Customs, the Canadian customs may deny the Chinese fumigation certificate. Therefore, it is wise to use plywood material for packaging before delivery. Generally, merchants are reluctant to use plywood material for packaging and usually use solid wood strips for packaging, but the customer can ask them to do so.
Plywood material, that is to say, with solid wood materials for packaging, even if the formal fumigation is done, there is a risk of being refused entry by Canadian customs, rather than being so unpredictable, why not avoid this potential problem before shipment? Plywood packaging is not much more expensive than solid wood, compared to the goods that arrived at the Canadian port to be returned, or destroyed, and subsequent costs may be outrageous.
The transportation process of our company in Canada is relatively simple. Loose cargo will be in their warehouse LCL container, and there is no external distribution, no selling of goods, and no speculation. The whole container is booked directly from the shipping company, arranging the trailer, customs declaration, export, sea transportation, import customs clearance, and delivery. The whole process can be tracked and checked, and the real transportation status can be updated to clients in real-time. The LCL freight is double cleared to the door, and the marks are affixed to each item. The cargos are distinguished, and then the marks are affixed after the supporting package, to avoid the disassembly and inspection of the goods at the destination port. The operation details are the key to smooth transportation.