In the session, you will learn about the basics of importing into Canada as well as the main regulation for all food products: Safe Food For Canadian’s. Our expert trade advisors will provide an overview of the regulations, which food products they apply to, and if your business will require a license. Licensing requirements, preventative control plans, and traceability plans. Our shipping experts will review best practices that mitigate delays in delivery. You will gain an understanding of how you can import into Canada as a non-resident as well as best practices to ensure compliance. Sign up now for this informative session that will help your import goals.
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By taking this course you will walk away with a better understanding of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s Safe Food For Canadians Regulations and non-resident importer implications. You will learn which companies the regulation applies to, licensing requirements, and how to apply.
Which Companies Require A License
Which Food Products Are Regulated
Overview Of The Basic Requirements
How To Apply For A SFCR License
Importing As A Non-Resident Of Canada
Canadian Regulatory Analyst
Certified Customs Specialist, Certified Trade Compliance Specialist and CBSA Professional Designate with over 20 years' experience in Canadian customs brokerage. Gloria is a Canadian Regulatory Analyst with PCB Customs Brokers (Canada).
General Manager, Freight Operations
Alex Haukaas is a logistics professional who has been in the freight forwarding, NVOCC, and brokerage industries for over 18 years. Alex has worked in all transportation modes, including air, ocean, truck, rail, and project cargo, with a strong background in project management and business development. Her successful management style is a hands-on approach in identifying her team's strengths, which results in a positive and cohesive work environment. Alex currently holds the Canadian International Freight Forwarding Association (CIFFA) and Forum For International Trade Training (FITT) designations.
Green to the international trade industry, Stefanie is the newest member of the Marketing team at PCB Customs Brokers. A Kwantlen Polytechnic University Alumni with a bachelors in Graphic Design for Marketing, Stefanie is a born creative, up for any challenge, and learning about trade right along side you.