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For the week of September 17, 2010, the summaries include:
Canada Border Services Agency
- Memorandum D3-5-7: Temporary Importation of Vessels. Revised to update the contact information for the Canada Border Services Agency and the Canadian Transportation Agency.
- Goods subject to anti-dumping or countervailing duties: Measures in Force. Last reviewed September 10, 2010.
- SIMA – Carbon steel pipe fittings from China: Notice of Conclusion of Re-investigation of the normal values and export prices.
Canadian Food Inspection Agency
- Directive D-95-26: September 15, 2010 (3rd Revision). Phytosanitary requirements for soil and related matter, and for items contaminated with soil and related matter. See directive for list of revisions.
- Procedure TAHD-DSAT-IE-2008-3-4: Import Conditions for Breeding Swine from European Community Member States. Minor modifications.
Canadian International Trade Tribunal
- Expiry Review No. RR-2009-002: Certain whole potatoes imported from the United States for use or consumption in the province of British Columbia. Tribunal continues its order.
Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade
- EICB Chicken Quota Holders Lists 2010: Updated September 14, 2010.
- Canadian Automated Export Declaration (CAED): CAED 2010 version 10.50 is now available.
World Customs Organization
- WCO – HS Committee Classification Decisions – 45th Session in March 2010: Classification Rulings – Amendments to the Compendium of Classification Opinions – Amendments to the Explanatory Notes.
- European Union’s chemicals deadlines: REACH registration (30 November 2010) and CLP notification (1 January 2011) Importers and producers of chemicals need to register.
- European Council reaches agreement for updating EU rules on textile labelling: The regulation will revise current rules on the use of textile fibre names, labelling, marking and determination of the fibre composition of textile products.
- USDA Recently Revised Export Requirements & Plant Lists: Export Requirements for Canada. (September 9, 2010)
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About GHY International:
One Border – One Broker
Founded in Winnipeg in 1901 by George Henry Young, GHY International is one of Canada’s oldest brokerage companies, and is family owned and managed by the fourth-generation great grandson of Mr. Young, Richard Riess.
Over the years, the company has grown to become national and international in scope, with more than 100 employees providing Canadian importers and exporters with a full range of superior international trade services leveraged around our core competency of transborder customs brokerage.
In addition to Canadian and U.S. customs brokerage, GHY International provides clients with services and expertise in:
- Canadian and U.S. Trade Consulting
- Web-based Services & Software for Trade Documentation
- Small Package Logistics Services between Canada and the USA
- Regular Trade Updates — Online and through our TradeLines Newsletter
- Warehouse Consolidation and Deconsolidation
We’ve Got You Covered
Our Head Office is in Winnipeg, Manitoba where all key business functions are located, including the executive, consulting, management, operations, finance and accounting, information services, human resources and training areas.
Other key regional locations include Toronto and Vancouver with branch release offices and a network of affiliates providing coast-to-coast coverage across Canada.
Our wholly-owned U.S. subsidiary, GHY USA, Inc. is based in Pembina, North Dakota, with satellite offices in Fargo, North Dakota.
We are proud of our reputation as one of the country’s leading providers of trade services, which we view as a tribute to the confidence that our clients continue to place in us, to the quality service provided by our outstanding staff, and to the quality and attention to detail in the way we carry our our role as trade facilitator for our clients.
To find our more about GHY International visit its website here.