Singapore is an important regional trading partner for Canada and offers incredible opportunities for Canadian companies. Many Canadian's interested in expanding to expand to in Southeast Asia, China and India consider Singapore as great place to start. Singapore and Canada are expanding their economic connections via the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement on Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).


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Canadian Parcel Shipping Options to Singapore


Shipping packages to Singapore via Canada Post


Canada Post offers low cost delivery for individuals shipping small packages to Singapore and all of Singapore. Packages sent via Canada Post are imported to Singapore and delivered by Singpost (the state owned provider of postal services in Singapore).


While the delivery time and service can be uncertain, Canada Post International Small Packet Surface Service to Singapore offers the lowest cost for shipping packages under 2 kg .


Canada Post Delivery Services to Singapore Include:

For shipments to Singapore under 2 kg

Canada Post Small Packet International Surface to Singapore

Canada Post Small Packet International Air to Singapore

Canada Post Tracked Packet International Air to Singapore: 2 week Delivery


For shipping packages to Singapore over 2 kg

Canada Post International Parcel to Singapore: Surface Uncertain delivery time

Canada Post Xpresspost International to Singapore: 2 week Delivery





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Shipping packages to Singapore via FedEx Canada and UPS Canada

FedEx and UPS are the largest carriers in North America and offer dependable international express services from Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal, Ottawa and all of Canada to Singapore.

FedEx Canada Delivery Options to Singapore Include:


UPS Canada has similar delivery options to Singapore. Both UPS and FedEx's  standard charge for a shipment up to 5 kg is over $250.




Shipping Singapore  from Canada via Jet Worldwide

Jet Worldwide has been providing international delivery from Canada for over 35 years and offers low cost parcel delivery from Canada to Singapore for larger parcels.


Jet Canada provides low cost for heavier parcels sent from Canada to Singapore. We offer low cost international delivery from Canada and special services such as dedicated pick up, Canada Address receiving and forwarding.


Special Services: Through our global partners around the world, Jet Worldwide is able to provide unique services




Delivery to Singapore via Purolator Courier

Purolator Courier, a subsidiary of Canada Post, offers international parcel delivery from Canada to Singapore via partners, such as UPS.     


Purolator Express International Service provides delivery to Singapore in 2 business days. The base rate for up to 5 kg is over $300.






Duty Free Clearance Canadian goods to Singapore under Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement on Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).

The CPTPP Free Trade agreement allows duty free - or reduced duty - entry of Canadian goods imported to Singapore. In order to qualify for duty free status, the parcel must be accompanied by a certificate of origin and other supporting paperwork.

We advise our Canadian customers to first send small test shipments to Singapore to verify that the requirements certificate or origin and other supporting paperwork are met. Following successful duty free import, then larger shipments can then be more securely shipped from Canada for import to Singapore.

Value Added Tax charge:

Being a free port, duty rates to Singapore are usually not an issue. However, it is important to note that goods are subject to a value added tax of 7%.


CPTPP Duty free clearance of goods shipped to Singapore From Canada


Goods approved with proper “proof of origin’ supporting paperwork can be exported from Canada for duty free clearance in  Singapore.

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Proof of Origin

The key part of all trade agreements is ensuring the goods qualify under the rules of origin. Many incorrectly assume that if goods are sent from a qualifying country, they should qualify for duty free status.   Country of origin is not determined solely by where the goods are sent from.

The country of origin rules have been simplified under CPTPP but can still get complex.  The guidelines for country of origin qualification include:

  • Goods are considered originating if they are wholly obtained, such as goods that are grown, raised, caught, or extracted in Canada /CPTPP country.

  • Goods are considered originating if they are produced in Canada or a CPTPP country entirely from originating materials.

  • Goods are originating if they are produced in Canada/CPTPP country from non-originating materials that undergo production in Canada/ CPTPP country, such that the resulting good satisfies the applicable product-specific rule of origin. The value of the non-originating goods that are part of the originating product can be considered dutiable.

Duty Free import for parcels sent from Canada to Singapore under CPTPP


The amazing part of CPTPP is that parcels containing products valued less than CA$1600 do not require a certification of origin to claim CPTPP preferential tariff treatment.


  • Parcels containing products under CA$1,600 can be considered for duty free status if the following conditions include:

  • A signed statement completed by the importer, exporter or producer certifying that the goods originated from a CPTPP country

  • This statement is required on the commercial invoice and we recommend adding an additional stand alone statement/ supporting document. See

  • The goods must meet the origin rules. For example, marks to indicate that the goods are not a product of a CPTPP country will disqualify the goods and have issues related to mis-declarations.



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Written by Tim Byrnes