Your Customs & Carnet Bond Experts

Delivering bonding solutions for Canada’s import and export industry.

THE FCA DIFFERENCE

 

We offer a quick and easy bonding solution for our clients.

Simply choose your bond below and complete the application form.

The whole process takes about 5 minutes and your bond is delivered instantly via email.

 

Customs brokers that obtain the release of their goods prior to payment of duties require a Release of Goods Prior to Payment of Duties (Customs Brokers) Bond.

Importers other than customs brokers that obtain the release of their goods prior to payment of duties require a Release of Goods Prior to Payment of Duties (Importer Direct) Bond.

Licensed customs brokers operating in Canada require a Customs Broker Licence Bond.

Non-resident persons and businesses registered for a Canadian Goods and Services Tax/Harmonized Sales Tax (GST/HST) account require a Non-Resident GST/HST Bond.

Customs brokers that import goods to Canada on a temporary basis duty-free under the Temporary Importation (Tariff Item No. 9993.00.00) Regulations require a Temporary Importation of Goods (Customs Broker) Bond.

Importers other than customs brokers that import goods to Canada on a temporary basis duty-free under the Temporary Importation (Tariff Item No. 9993.00.00) Regulations require a Temporary Importation of Goods (Importer Direct) Bond.

Bonded air carriers can apply to the Customs Self Assessment (CSA) program, whereas non-bonded air carriers cannot.

Customs bonded warehouse operators participating in the Canadian Customs Bonded Warehouse Program require a Customs Bonded Warehouse Bond.

Licensed customs sufferance warehouse operators in Canada require a Customs Sufferance Warehouse Bond.

A Carnet Bond is required when goods are exported to a foreign country with an ATA Carnet for later re-exporting back to Canada.

A Carnet Bond is required when goods are exported to a foreign country with an ATA Carnet for later re-exporting back to Canada. A Blanket Carnet Bond is effective for one year and can be used multiple times.

Bonded freight forwarders can transport in-bond goods between points in Canada (including between sufferance warehouses), whereas non-bonded freight forwarders cannot.

The FCA Surety Hotline

 

1 (844) 241-5656

WHY CHOOSE FCA?

80+ member team across Canada

Over $1 billion in bonded obligations 

Instant online Customs & Excise bonds

Dedicated support team for any questions

A Canadian brokerage for Canadian clients

 

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