CTPAT is a government-business initiative to build cooperative relationships that strengthen and improve overall international supply chain and border security. Trade partners will have a commitment to both trade security and trade compliance rooted in their business practices. This is a program to help us with the fight against terrorism. We do the entire process for you and guarantee your Certification
Partners in Protection (PIP) was developed in 1995 by CBSA Canada with a primary focus on promoting business awareness and compliance with Customs Regulations. After the events of 911, the PIP program's focus shifted to place a greater emphasis on trade chain security, which included urging members to improve their physical infrastructure and procedural security. In 2014 the EU joined forces with Canada and launched the TTP Trusted Traders Program. The MRA Mutual Recognition through World Customs and Canada created the AEO. A security questionnaire was developed with suggested security recommendations. We perform all of the necessary requirements for your certification in the PIP TTP & AEO programs.
This program is a commercial clearance program designed to ensure safety and security while expediting legitimate trade across the Canada –U.S. border. We complete all of the processes required to gain your Company's FAST Certification as well your Drivers Certification.
Canadian Food Inspection Agency
Inspection & Certification are required, according to the SFCA Safe Foods For Canadians Act, in order to Export Food products anywhere in the World & in order to be added to the Importing Countries List of Canadian Approved Exporters.
EXPORT CERTIFICATION CONTROL PROGRAM
A plan to ensure fish & seafood products for export comply with the Fish Inspection Regulations FIR & with additional foreign requirements which may apply. The SFCA Safe Foods for Canadians Act has taken over this program. For more information about this requirement please click below and contact us.
Preventive Control Plan
Implementation of a written preventive control plan in order to demonstrate how risks & hazards to food will be addressed.
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Meet the AAFC Requirements for Exporting Controls and gain the benefits associated.