Posted by Tim Byrnes on Thu, Oct 17, 2019

Speed Versus Cost:  Best practices for E-Commerce Imports to the USA.   Dependable low cost parcel logistics supply chains rely on multiple processes including express clearance (ECCF), cargo parcel import (CFS),  single importer of record (Section 321 type 86), and Canadian cross border solutions.

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Posted by Tim Byrnes on Sat, Mar 30, 2019

Montreal is a leading international city that depends on low cost international shipping to connect to the US and around the world.    Many Montreal based companies are connecting to suppliers and cusstomers  to China, Mexico, Germany, France and around the globe.

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Posted by Tim Byrnes on Sat, Mar 18, 2017

  Shipping international parcels from Canada is becoming more important for Canadian companies who are competing in the global marketplace.
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Posted by Tim Byrnes on Wed, Mar 8, 2017

Canadian companies are increasingly looking to international markets to grow their business.    Jet Worldwide Canada assists Canadian companies by providing low cost international parcel delivery.    Here are 5 things to consider when shipping international courier parcels from Canada.

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Posted by Tim Byrnes on Thu, Mar 2, 2017

Cross border E-commerce merchants have to balance the need for lowest cost with secure timely delivery.   Jet helps companies uncover the best practices.

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Posted by Tim Byrnes on Wed, Feb 22, 2017

E-commerce merchants are increasing seeking direct airfreight options to the USA and looking at US customs Clearance solutions for their high volume parcel flows.

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Posted by Tim Byrnes on Tue, Nov 22, 2016

ECCF and International Couriers

Express Consignment Carrier Facilities or  ECCF's play a critical role for e-commerce parcel importing to the USA.    Click here for information on sending E-commerce shipments to the USA    

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Posted by Tim Byrnes on Sat, May 31, 2014

Direct Injection E-commerce chain

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Posted by Tim Byrnes on Mon, May 26, 2014

Posted by Tim Byrnes on Wed, May 21, 2014

Sending international shipments to Europe has never easier.     Knowing the basic rules and regulations helps ensure predictable clearance, costs and transit times.       The Canadian European free trade agreement CETA provides duty free access for Canadian companies who ship qualifying goods.     Securing duty free entry may only require a certification on the invoice.

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