Bro-ker (broh'kuhr) - A (third party) intermediary in a business
This seems to be the generally accepted view of what a customs
broker is, and it certainly applies to many of our competitors.
If this is how you see your current customs broker, we urge you
to keep reading.
At NoGlobalBorders we see ourselves as an extension of our clients'
business, rather than as yet another profit-eroding middleman between
them and their trading partners. We demonstrate this every day by
actively managing and suggesting improvements to our clients' trade
processes. To us, our success is measured by our ability to reduce
your costs, improve the quality of your relationship with Customs,
and facilitate the on-time delivery of your shipments.
Changes in the way
Canada Customs is enforcing existing customs legislation mean
that Canadian importers can no longer have an "arms-length"
relationship with their customs broker. Now more than ever, you
need a customs broker that you can trust - who can support your
business rather than just profit from it.
NoGlobalBorders is that broker.
As an importer to Canada, you should have confidence that your
shipments are being released on time and that your information is
being filed completely and accurately with the Canada Customs and
Revenue Agency (CCRA). Although you may not realize it, you
are financially liable for everything your broker files with Canada
Customs, even if your broker makes a mistake.
What distinguishes NoGlobalBorders
from other customs brokers >>