Other Resources

Canadian Society of Customs Brokers
The CSCB represents Canada’s customs brokers. They can provide advice and guidance to Canadian and international regulators on new policy direction. If you are meeting in Canada and are looking for some information about customs brokerage in Canada, this is a good place to start. www.cscb.ca

International Federation of Customs Brokers Association
The IFCBA was founded in 1989 and currently consists of 25 member countries. If you are looking for a customs broker outside of the United States, this is a good place to start. www.ifcba.org

International Federation of Freight Forwarders Association
FIATA is a non-government organization representing approximately 40,000 freight forwarding and logistical firms, employing around 8 – 10 million people in 150 countries. Visit their web site to find a freight forwarder in the country you are going to. www.fiata.com

Why use a customs Broker?
Any time a shipment – large or small – is being shipped in Canada, a customs broker can be used. Customs brokers will ensure that duties and taxes are not applied to the shipment when appropriate. They will also ensure your documentation is prepared properly and streamline the process of clearing customs.
EM Logistics Experience
We have provided shipping and customs brokerage services for many meetings including: Community Food Security Coalition Dionex Presidents Club International Downtown Association International Society for Cellular Therapy