Update to the CBSA Assessment and Revenue Management (CARM)

Thursday, September 9, 2021

1:00 PM – 2:30 PM 

Online Webinar

The new CBSA Assessment and Revenue Management (CARM) program is now live. It will be mandatory in Spring 2022. Is your business ready for it?​

In Budget 2021 the Canadian government announced $656.1 million in funding for trade modernization, and $38.2 million in funding to monitor trade compliance. Now, more than ever, is the time for Canadian importers to revisit their import processes and make sure they are ready for the new changes.

One of these changes is the CBSA Assessment and Revenue Management (CARM) project. It’s a multi-year initiative that is transforming how goods are imported into Canada. It also alters how duties and taxes are collected by the CRA.

Phase 1 of the roll out (May 2021) is now live. Canadian importers have access to a new online government portal that gives them invaluable insight into their import data.

By Phase 2 (Spring 2022), participation in the CARM program will be mandatory. There will be significant changes that Canadian importers will need to apply to their business to continue to import efficiently.

Join us on September 9, 2021, for an exclusive CARM Webinar. We’ll let you know what changes are coming, and exactly what you can do as a Canadian importer to stay ahead of the curve. We’ll also walk you through a live demonstration on how to register your company on the CARM portal.

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Thursday, September 9, 2021
1:00 PM – 2:30 PM
Online Webinar

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Sam Woods President of JORI Logistics

Hosted by Sam Woods, Vice President of JORI

Sam has over 20-years of experience in the logistics industry and is a Certified Canada Customs specialist with his Advanced Freight Forwarder designation through the Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association (CIFFA). As an entrepreneur himself, Sam is passionate about working with small and medium-sized enterprises to help them expand into international markets, reduce transportation costs, and ensure customs and trade compliance.