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  • Services
    or FCL container management Using our contractual relationships with steamship lines we offer flexible scheduling and competitive rates CUSTOMS BROKERAGE SERVICES Canadian American Mexican Chinese In order for you to realize significant and quantifiable savings Delmar provides innovative approaches to customs programs Our approach is to determine how value can best be added to your processes We look at your customs value stream which includes compliance release and analysis as a way of effectively managing cost As a compliance driven organization we are positioned to understand and address the intricacies of trade regulations and agreements at the global regional national and local levels We focus on three key elements to ensure adherence to all customs requirements and promote process strict compliance Regulations Reliable release timing Value added data We strive to be welcomed and respected by all levels of government in many cases Delmar is invited to participate in pilot programs with Customs and is often invited to give input on program analysis By utilizing Delmar for your customs needs you can better manage your programs and meet the requirements of an ever changing regulatory environment Delmar provides Licensed Customs Brokerage service throughout Canada The United States and Mexico Customs Release Compliance Delmar has a team of Trade Customs Specialists ready to assist importers in managing all factors related to commercial imports Our experienced professionals will help ensure that you are prepared for a formal customs audit and can be on site to assist as well Delmar can audit prepare or submit drawbacks and refund claims on your behalf for customs duties assessed on import declarations File your import export and security declarations efficiently electronically Enhance existing customs compliance programs such as free trade zones special regimes border crossing and trade preferences Minimize risk and future potential costs of non compliance TRUCKING AND GROUND SERVICES Delmar offers complete over the road transportation and distribution services From a single pallet to a full truckload we provide fast and accurate quoting and dispatch services to get your freight on the road when you need it Long haul regional expedited or dedicated services we have the professionals to solve complex transportation and distribution challenges From perishables to high value shipments Delmar s team is geared toward lower transportation costs and increased efficiency Services Truckload Services From refrigerated to dry domestic to cross border LTL Services No shipment is too big or too small White Gloves Inside delivery Consolidation Roll Out and Distribution Capabilities Flatbed Step Decks and Roll Tite flexibility Specialized and Over Dimensional Expertise WAREHOUSING AND DISTRIBUTION Distribution and warehousing is a vital part of your supply chain and we provide a comprehensive spectrum of services throughout our global network Our distribution capabilities offer best in class inventory management and order fulfillment that allow for seamless global logistics solutions and complete supply chain management Regardless of where your distribution needs arise our global network of professional management teams offer local expertise with a variety of industry backgrounds enabling us to manage the

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  • Delmar in the news
    tweets Tweets by DelmarCargo PUBLICATIONS Marketing Tools We are pleased to offer downloadable marketing material for Delmar International Incorporated Any usage is subject to Delmar terms and conditions Address List pdf 1 MB Brochure pdf 5 MB Trifold pdf 2 5 MB View all Delmar Marketing Tools IN THE PRESS Read About Us We are pleased to make available press coverage and advertisements related to Delmar International Incorporated for download

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  • About Delmar International Inc
    In an effort to encourage others in this regard and to help promote those institutes and organizations which we believe do an outstanding job helping to heal the planet and its inhabitants we are pleased to provide but a brief listing and some links of our favorites GOING GREEN At Delmar our colors may be blue and red but deep down we are green at heart Thinking green is no longer something that we can avoid it is essential that people corporations governments everyone accept responsibility and participate where and when they can to ensure that the air we breathe the water we drink and the earth we so desperately need to survive be here for future generations Therefore Delmar has dedicated this area of our website to help those who wish to become more informed In addition Delmar is eager to share avenues for those who wish to take action Delmar has embarked on a mission to change the way we think and act in order to make sure that we are doing our part Earth 911 Earth911 com is your one stop shop for all you need to know about reducing your impact reusing what you ve got and recycling your trash Get involved in our world by checking in for daily news reading weekly feature stories surfing product channels and opting into our weekly emails With our years of experience and industry knowledge we have the background and resources you need to stay plugged into the green scene Earth911 was founded in 1991 was started off as a hot line for recycling but has grown into the mature intelligent site you see here today They maintain a bilingual hot line 1 800 CLEANUP Learn More Mother Nature Network Mother Nature Network is the first and only 24 hour eco lifestyle television network with a robust online presence and community Launched in June 2008 our on air content reaches 50 million homes offering more than 250 hours of original green lifestyle programming Both online and on air Mother Nature Network s content is entertaining relevant and accessible to people of all ages and backgrounds By representing a broad range of ideas and perspectives Mother Nature Network is taking an active role in generating conversation and motivating individuals to take action when it comes to improving the environmental status of our planet Learn More Green Planet Green Planet is a not for profit organization focused on the principles of researching projects that are commercially viable while providing humanitarian and environmental benefit to a world in need This is our philosophy creating projects that work with nature while creating sustainable returns either for the recipients of humanitarian grants or commercial entities Green Planet will manage the project from beginning to end or is happy to assist in partnering with similarly minded groups as ourselves Learn More Live Earth org Founded by Emmy winning producer Kevin Wall in partnership with former U S Vice President Al Gore Live Earth was built

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  • Links
    USA Contact Us LINKS Canadian Government Canada Border Services Agency Import and Export Customs Notices Customs Tariff Advanced Commercial Information Getting started with AMS and For More Information Forms Agriculture and Agri Food Canada Industry Markets and Trade News Releases and Statements Exporting Importing and Buying Assistance Export Development Canada Trade Links International Companies with EDC Financing Exporter FAQs Transport Canada Air Cargo Security Transportation of Dangerous Goods Importing Vehicles

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  • Contact Delmar International Inc.
    and Media Latest News Publications In the Press Videos Our Company Global Coverage Careers Social Commitment Going Green Our Company Links Canada USA Contact Us CONTACT US Delmar International Inc 10636 Chemin de la Côte de Liesse Lachine Québec H8T 1A5 Canada Telephone 514 636 8800 Toll Free 1 888 4 DELMAR Map of all our locations Office Listing HTML PDF JPG Contact Detail First Name Last Name Email Company

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  • Legal Document and Notices
    the freight charges must be paid upon the goods actually shipped with any additional charges lawfully payable thereon 2 Freight charges are payable on delivery unless otherwise specified by the shipper on the bill of lading 15 Dangerous Goods Every person whether as principal or agent shipping explosives or dangerous goods without previous full disclosure to the carrier as required by law shall indemnify the carrier against all loss damage or delay caused thereby and such goods may be warehoused at the shipper s risk and expense 16 Undelivered Goods 1 Where through no fault of the carrier the goods cannot be delivered the carrier shall immediately give notice to the shipper and consignee that delivery has not been made and shall request disposal instructions 2 Pending receipt of such disposal instructions a the goods may be stored in the warehouse of the carrier subject to a reasonable charge for storage or b provided that the carrier has notified the shipper of his intention the goods may be removed to and stored in public or licensed warehouse at the expense of the shipper without liability on the part of the carrier and subject to a lien for all freight and other lawful charges including a reasonable charge for storage 17 Return of goods Where notice has been given by the carrier in accordance with paragraph 1 of section 16 and no disposal instructions have been received within 10 days from the date of such notice the carrier may return to the shipper at the shipper s expense all undelivered shipments for which such notice has been given 18 Alterations Subject to section 19 any limitation on the carrier s liability on the bill of lading and any alteration or addition or erasure in the bill of lading shall be signed or initialed by the shipper or his agent and the originating carrier or his agent and unless so acknowledged shall be without effect 19 Weights It shall be the responsibility of the shipper to show correct shipping weights of the shipment on the bill of lading Where the actual weight of the shipment does not agree with the weight shown on the bill of lading the weight shown thereon is subject to correction by the carrier 20 C O D Shipments A carrier shall not deliver a C O D shipment unless payment is received in full The charge for collecting and remitting the amount of C O D bills for C O D shipments must be collected from the consignee unless the shipper has otherwise so indicated and instructed on the bill of lading A carrier shall remit all C O D monies to the shipper or his agent within 15 days after collection A carrier shall keep all C O D monies separate from the other revenues and funds of his business in a separate trust fund or account A carrier shall include as a separate item in his tariff of rates the charges for collecting and remitting money paid by consignees OTHER SPECIFICATIONS 21 All other specifications agreed to by the parties shall be indicated on the bill of lading 22 Liability for all Domestic and International Air Freight Shall be limited to 1 10 CAD per kilogram 0 50 per pound to a maximum of 100 CAD unless a maximum value of 5000 CAD has been declared for insurance purposes and additional charges paid Delmar s trucking Bill of Lading was last updated on October 5th 2007 CSCB Standard Trading Conditions Standard Trading Conditions These are the Standard Trading Conditions which govern the business practices of members of the Canadian Society of Customs Brokers Both the Client and the Customs Broker agree to be bound by the Agency Agreement and Power of Attorney including the Standard Trading Conditions unless or until one of the parties advises the other in writing to the contrary subject to the provisions of paragraph 8 of the Standard Trading Conditions 1 Definitions Canada Customs means the Canada Border Services Agency any other Department or Agency and any other successor Department or Agency of the Government of Canada or any Province thereof having jurisdiction over imports and exports Client is any person firm association or corporation at whose request or on whose behalf either directly or indirectly the Customs Broker undertakes any business or provides advice information or services Customs Broker is the person firm or corporation licensed by the Canada Border Services Agency or other authorized body to engage in the business of a Customs Broker Customs Duties means any duties taxes and levies on imported goods under the Customs Act the Customs Tariff the Excise Act the Excise Tax Act the Special Import Measures Act or any other law relating to customs excluding any penalties interest or fines imposed under any of the aforesaid acts or any other law relating to customs Disbursements means any payment made by the customs broker on behalf of the client for any product or service rendered in connection with the facilitation of the import and export of goods but not limited to Customs Duties taxes freight storage penalties interest and fines and any other payments including payments for goods on COD shipments made by the Customs Broker on behalf of the Client Services shall mean those customs broker services in Annex A which are agreed to by the Client and the Customs Broker 2 Fees and Disbursements a The fees for Services shall be in accordance with the fee schedule as agreed upon between the Client and the Customs Broker as amended from time to time b The Client shall pay to the Customs Broker all fees charged for the Services rendered by the Customs Broker to the Client c Disbursements incurred by the Customs Broker on behalf of the Client shall be reimbursed to the Customs Broker by the Client 3 Invoicing and Payment a The Customs Broker shall issue invoices to the Client for all fees and Disbursements pertaining to Services rendered to and on behalf of the Client b All such invoices shall be payable upon receipt or as otherwise agreed by the Client c Interest on all late payments shall be paid at the rate set by the Customs Broker as amended from time to time upon which interest shall be charged commencing 14 days after the invoice date or as otherwise agreed d In the event of default of payment by the Client the Customs Broker in addition to any other legal rights and remedies shall have the right to retain in its possession all goods of the Client which are currently in its possession and all goods of the Client which may in the future come into its possession The right of possession shall include the right to sell the goods by public auction in the event that such default shall continue for a period of 45 days 4 Advancement of Funds a Upon request by the Customs Broker the Client shall provide to the Customs Broker prior to the release of a shipment of the goods imported by the client sufficient funds to enable the Customs Broker to pay on behalf of the Client all Disbursements that are estimated by the Customs Broker to be payable on such shipment b If at any time the Customs Broker or Canada Customs determines that additional funds are required with respect to goods imported by the Client the Client shall upon demand advance such additional funds to the Customs Broker c If after payment of Disbursements by the Customs Brokers concerning the goods imported by the Client any balance of funds remains outstanding to the credit of the Client the Customs Broker shall return to the Client unless instructed by the Client to the contrary any remaining balance of funds d If the Client fails to advance funds to the Customs Broker upon request by the Customs Broker as aforesaid the Customs Broker shall have no obligation with respect to rendering Services concerning the goods for which advance funds had been requested by the Customs Broker 5 Duties and Responsibilities of the Client a The Client shall i provide to the Customs Broker all information necessary for the Customs Broker to provide the Services set out herein including all information required to complete Canada Customs documentation and or data requirements ii promptly review all documentation and or data and notify the Customs Broker of any inaccuracies errors or omissions found therein and advise the Customs Broker promptly and within the time periods set out in paragraph 7 hereof iii reimburse indemnify and save harmless the Customs Broker with respect to any of the matters set out in subparagraph c thereof iv indemnify and save harmless the Customs Broker against any and all actions claims suits or demands of any nature whatsoever arising from third party claims which result from inaccuracies mistakes or omissions in the information and documentation provided to the Customs Broker by the Client or its agents and relied upon by the Customs Broker b The Client warrants that it is the importer exporter or owner of the goods for which it has retained the Customs Broker that it has full power and authority to retain appoint as attorney and instruct the Customs Broker and that all information provided to the Customs Broker shall be complete true and accurate and acknowledges that the Customs Broker shall be relying on such information to provide the services set out herein The Client shall be solely liable for i any and all Disbursements made by the Customs Broker on behalf of the Client ii any Customs Duties fines penalties interest or other levies imposed by Canada Customs or other Government Departments with respect to the goods imported or to be imported into Canada or exported or to be exported from Canada by the Client iii any loss or damage incurred or sustained by the Customs Broker in relation to the provision of services to the Client herein 6 Duties and Responsibilities of the Broker a The Customs Broker shall at all times provide Services in a timely and professional manner in accordance with the generally accepted standards of the Canadian customs brokerage industry and in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations of Canada and any Province or Territory thereof b All information pertaining to the Client shall be kept confidential by the Customs Broker and his sub agent if applicable and shall only be released to Canada Customs as required by law subject to instructions from the Client to the Customs Broker to release the information to third parties c The Customs Broker shall take all reasonable steps to provide Services in accordance with the instructions from the Client provided however that should the Customs Broker reasonably consider that it is in the interest of the Client to depart from the Client s instructions the Customs Broker shall have the authority to do so and shall be indemnified and saved harmless by the Client for so doing d The Customs Broker shall provide to the Client in respect of each transaction or summary accounting made on the Client s behalf a copy of the accounting documents and or data pertaining thereto e The Customs Broker shall promptly account to the Client for funds received to the extent that these funds are i for the credit of the Client from the Receiver General for Canada or ii from the Client by way of advances provided in paragraph 4 hereof in excess of the Disbursements payable in respect to the Client s business with Canada Customs or other Government Departments f The Customs Broker shall not be liable for any error in judgment or for anything which it may do or refrain from doing or for any resulting or consequential damage or loss caused by the negligence of the Customs Broker or by an act of God or other act or cause beyond the reasonable control of the Customs Broker The Customs Broker shall not be liable for any failure to provide the Services which is a result of the operation of the applicable laws of Canada or any other country or a change in the policies of Canada Customs 7 Errors and Omissions Any errors or omissions on Canada Customs documents and or data transmissions must be reported in writing to the Customs Broker by the Client as soon possible but in any event within 10 days of receipt of the documents and or data The Customs Broker shall not be responsible for any errors or omissions unless the same are reported to the Customs Broker within the said 10 day period 8 Termination In the event that the Agency Agreement and Power of Attorney is terminated and there are any outstanding matters pertaining to the Client for which the Customs Broker has been engaged by the Client and for which the Customs Broker remains liable the Agency Agreement and Power of Attorney shall continue in force with respect to such matters until such matters are concluded and payment by the Client to the Customs Broker of such funds as may be required to satisfy all outstanding payment liabilities of the Customs Brokers to Canada Customs and others including all Fees and Disbursements has been made by the Client 9 Governing Law These conditions shall be governed by the laws of the Province within Canada or Territory within which the Customs Broker has its principal place of business and the Client hereby irrevocably attorns to the Courts of such Province or Territory The General Agency Agreement and these conditions shall ensure to the benefit of and be binding upon the parties and their respective executors administrators successors and assigns 10 Severability Each of the clauses of these Standard Trading Conditions is and shall be deemed to be separate and severable and if any provision or part of these conditions is held for any reason to be unenforceable the remainder of these Standard Trading Conditions shall remain in full force and effect 09 01 Annex A Customs Broker Services The Customs Broker will provide to the Client import and export related services when requested by the Client and accepted by the Customs Broker These may include i assisting the Client in the preparation of information required by Canada Customs with respect to the importation of goods into Canada by the Client or the exportation of goods from Canada by the Client ii presenting information by any acceptable means on behalf of the Client to Canada Customs required to release and or account for the Client s goods including information as may be required for in bond transportation within Canada iii paying requisite Customs Duties and disbursements by or on behalf of the Client and obtaining release of the goods from Canada Customs iv making arrangements for delivery of the goods v assisting the Client in preparing and presenting information required by domestic and foreign jurisdictions with respect to goods exported from Canada by the Client vi providing information and advice concerning the relevant laws and regulations pertaining to the import into Canada and the export from Canada of the Client s goods vii providing advice on tariff classification value for duty and any other relevant federal or provincial customs requirements viii providing advice on federal and provincial tax implications payment options and any other tax requirements concerning the Client s imported goods ix providing advice concerning Customs Duties refunds drawbacks and remissions as well as appeals of tariff classification or value for duty decisions of Canada Customs x preparing and filing Customs Duties refunds appeals drawbacks and remission applications all the foregoing at the instructions of and on behalf of the Client xi providing advice and assistance to the Client on matters pertaining to the seizure detention and forfeiture of goods xii providing advice and assistance on all other matters necessary and incidental to the foregoing Services CNCBFAA Terms Conditions of Service These terms and conditions of service constitute a legally binding contract between the Company and the Customer In the event the Company renders services and issues a document containing Terms and Conditions governing such services the Terms and Conditions set forth in such other document s shall govern those services 1 Definitions 1 Company shall mean Delmar International N Y Inc and related companies its subsidiaries related companies agents and or representatives 2 Customer shall mean the person for which the Company is rendering service as well as its agents and or representatives including but not limited to shippers importers exporters carriers secured parties warehousemen buyers and or sellers shipper s agents insurers and underwriters break bulk agents consignees etc It is the responsibility of the Customer to provide notice and copy s of these terms and conditions of service to all such agents or representatives 3 Documentation shall mean all information received directly or indirectly from Customer whether in paper or electronic form Ocean Transportation Intermediaries OTI shall include an ocean freight forwarder and a non vessel operating carrier 4 Third parties shall include but not be limited to the following carriers truckmen cartmen lightermen forwarders OTIs customs brokers agents warehousemen and others to which the goods are entrusted for transportation cartage handling and or delivery and or storage or otherwise Company as agent 1 The Company acts as the agent of the Customer for the purpose of performing duties in connection with the entry and release of goods post entry services the securing of export licenses the filing of export and security documentation on behalf of the Customer and other dealings with Government Agencies as to all other services Company acts as an independent contractor 3 Limitation of Actions 1 a Unless subject to a specific statute or international convention all claims against the Company for a potential or actual loss must be made in writing and received by the Company 2 within ninety 90 days of the event given giving rise to claim the failure to give

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  • Delmar Login
    Ouverture de session Mot de passe oublié Garder ma session active 2016 Delmar International Inc Tous droits réservés Légal

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  • Liens
    Dernières Nouvelles Publications Dans la presse Vidéos Notre compagnie Couverture mondiale Carrières Engagement communautaire Solutions durables Énoncé de mission Liens Canada États Unis Contactez nous IPEC AMS ISF Importez des marchandises au Canada et aux États Unis remplissez vos manifestes par voie électronique le jour comme la nuit tout en vous conformant à l Initiative relative à l information préalable sur les expéditions commerciales IPEC de l Agence des services

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