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The Canadian economy is a mixed economy, which means that the government controls some industries while others are left to the free market. The country is rich in natural resources, and its main exports are oil, gas, and minerals. Canada is a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and has signed free trade agreements with many countries, including the United States, Mexico, and South Korea.

In 2021, Canada‘s economy is expected to grow by 3.0%. The country‘s main exports are oil, gas, and metals. Canada is also a major trading partner with the United States, accounting for about 20% of US imports and 25% of US exports. Canada has a trade deficit with China, its second–largest trading partner, totaling $29.3 billion in 2019. However, this is offset by a surplus with the United States. In total, Canada had a trade surplus of $19.5 billion in 2019.

Major Air Cargo Ports
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Toronto Airport

Toronto Pearson International Airport is Canada‘s largest and busiest airport, handling over 50 million passengers and over 1.5 million metric tonnes of cargo in 2019. The airport is a major hub for both passenger and cargo traffic, and is one of the busiest airports in North America. Toronto Pearson has a large and modern cargo handling facility, which is capable of handling both small and large aircraft. The airport is also home to a number of freight and courier companies, which provide important services to businesses and consumers across the country.

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Vancouver Airport

Vancouver International Airport (YVR) is Canada‘s second busiest airport by aircraft movements and third busiest by passenger traffic, handling a record 25.98 million passengers in 2019. It is located on Sea Island in the City of Richmond, British Columbia, about 12 km (7.5 mi) from Downtown Vancouver. YVR is the closest major airport to the city of Vancouver and acts as the gateway to southwest British Columbia and the Canadian Pacific. cargo handling capacity is 1,327,000 tonnes (1,449,000 short tons)

In 2019, YVR handled a record 25.98 million passengers and almost 400,000 metric tons of cargo. It is Canada‘s second busiest airport by aircraft movements and third busiest by passenger traffic. YVR is served by 47 airlines flying to 89 non–stop destinations worldwide.

The airport is the headquarters for both Air Canada Jazz and Air Canada Cargo and an operating base for WestJet and WestJet Encore. Vancouver International Airport is one of eight Canadian airports that have US Border Preclearance facilities. It is also one of the major airports on the West Coast of North America and acts as a gateway to Asia and Oceania.

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Montréal-Pierre Elliott

Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is the primary international airport serving Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is the fourth busiest airport in Canada by passenger traffic and by aircraft movements, handling 20 million passengers and 250,000 take–offs and landings in 2019. The airport is a hub for Air Canada and Air Transat and serves as a gateway to the rest of Canada and Europe. The airport has a large cargo handling capacity, handling over 1.6 million tons of cargo in 2019.

The airport is located in the borough of Dorval, on the island of Montreal, about 20 kilometers (12 mi) from downtown Montreal. It is accessible by Highway 20 and by public transit. The airport is operated by Aéroports de Montréal, a not–for–profit corporation that reports to a board of directors and the Minister of Transport.

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Calgary Airport

Calgary International Airport is the major airport serving Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It is the fourth busiest airport in Canada by passenger traffic and the third busiest by aircraft movements, handling 19,942,081 passengers in 2018 and 323,290 movements in 2017. The airport is located approximately 17 km (11 mi) northeast of downtown Calgary within the Municipal District of Rocky View No. 44. In 2016, the Calgary Airport Authority announced that it would begin a major expansion project called The YYCOkanagan–project which is set to expand the airport‘s cargo handling capacity.

The YYCOkanagan–project is a $500 million dollar expansion that will add a new cargo handling facility, a new runway, and an expanded terminal. The new runway is expected to be completed in 2024 and will be able to handle the largest aircraft in the world.

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Edmonton Airport

Edmonton International Airport (EIA) is Canada‘s fifth–largest airport by passenger traffic and the largest major Canadian airport by land area. It is a hub facility for WestJet and a regional hub for Air Canada Express. EIA is currently undergoing a major expansion project called the EIA Jet Age Facilities Renewal Program to accommodate increased air traffic and cargo handling capacity. The expansion will include a new runway, air traffic control tower, terminal building, and an aircraft parking apron. When completed, the EIA will be able to handle more than 20 million passengers and 1.6 million tonnes of cargo per year.

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Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier Airport

Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport is Canada‘s sixth–largest airport by passenger traffic and second–largest airport by aircraft movements. It is located in the City of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) south of downtown Ottawa. It handled almost 4.3 million passengers and handled approximately 372,000 aircraft movements in 2016. The airport has a cargo handling capacity of approximately 22,000 metric tonnes.

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Halifax Stanfield Airport

Halifax Stanfield International Airport is the primary airport serving Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. It handles cargo operations for both domestic and international flights. The airport is located in Enfield, about 30 minutes from downtown Halifax. The airport is equipped with two Cargo Handling beneficial facilities: a Cool dock and an Export Handling shed. These facilities enable the airport to facilitate the transfer and manipulation of a range of perishable commodities. The airport is also able to effectively handle the transfer of dangerous goods.

Statistics

According to Statistics Canada, the freight shipping to Canada is growing day by day. They have predicted that the total value of shipments will rise to $281 billion in 2022. This is a significant increase from the $224 billion in 2016. The growth is mainly driven by the expansion in the Canadian economy and the rise in the demand for Canadian products abroad.

The top commodities that are shipped to Canada include crude oil, vehicles, and machinery. Crude oil shipments have grown significantly in recent years due to the expansion of the oil sands industry in Alberta. Vehicles and machinery are often shipped to Canada to be used in the manufacturing and construction industries. The United States is the largest trading partner of Canada, and the majority of freight shipments to Canada originate in the US. Other major trading partners include China, Japan, and the United Kingdom.

Currently, air freight to Canada is expensive and is projected to become more so in 2022. This is due to the demand for air travel outpacing the available supply, as well as increasing fuel costs. As a result, businesses that rely on air freight to Canada may need to consider alternative shipping methods or find ways to reduce their shipping costs. Looking at historical data, it is evident that air freight to Canada has been growing steadily over the past few years.

In 2021, the number of shipments was projected to reach about 1.5 million, which is a significant increase from the 1.1 million shipments in 2020. The top commodities shipped by air to Canada include live animals, pharmaceuticals, electronics, and machinery. A large percentage of air freight to Canada is transported on cargo planes, which are able to carry large loads. However, these planes are also more expensive to operate than passenger planes.

As a result, many airlines are now charging higher rates for air freight to offset the increased costs. The cost of shipping air freight to Canada is expected to continue to rise in the coming year. Businesses that rely on air shipping should be prepared to see an increase in their shipping costs.

Our Services

We offer ocean freight shipping services that cover the entire container freight transportation process including:

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Pick up and delivery
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Land transportation
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Ocean freight transportation
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Customs clearance
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Documentation
Rules & Regulations

The rules and regulations of shipping to Canada are governed by the Canada Shipping Act, 2001. The Act provides for the safety of navigation and shipping and the protection of the marine environment. It also establishes the Canadian Maritime Safety Authority, which is responsible for promoting safe shipping and preventing pollution.

The Act requires that all ships operating in Canadian waters be registered with the federal government and comply with safety and pollution prevention standards. Ships that do not meet these standards may be refused entry into Canadian ports.

The Canadian Maritime Safety Authority is responsible for inspecting ships and enforcing the Act. It also investigates incidents involving ships and works to promote safe shipping practices.

Import & Export to/from UAE

In Canada, the import and export of goods is governed by the Customs Tariff, which is administered by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA). The CBSA regulates the import and export of goods into and out of Canada, and works to ensure that all goods entering or leaving the country are properly declared and meet all applicable requirements.

The Customs Tariff is a schedule of rates and fees that are applied to goods imported into or exported out of Canada. The schedule is divided into two parts: the Export Control List (ECL) and the Import Control List (ICL).

The ECL is a list of goods that are subject to export controls, and the ICL is a list of goods that are subject to import controls. The ECL and ICL are divided into two categories: strategic goods and non–strategic goods.

Strategic goods are those that are essential to the national security or economic security of Canada, and are subject to export controls in order to prevent their diversion to unauthorized uses.

Non–strategic goods are not essential to the national security or economic security of Canada, and are subject to import controls in order to protect Canadian industry from unfair competition. Strategic goods include items such as weapons, munitions, and strategic minerals. Non–strategic goods include items such as consumer goods, agricultural products, and industrial goods.

The Customs Tariff also includes a list of goods that are exempt from import and export controls, known as the General Exceptions List. This list includes goods that are considered to be of a low risk to the national security or economic security of Canada, and includes items such as medical supplies and certain food products.

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and a signatory to the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT). The UAE‘s trade policy is governed by the WTO rules and principles. The UAE has bilateral free trade agreements (FTAs) with Canada, the United States, and the European Union. The UAE is also a party to the multilateral Arab Free Trade Agreement (AFTA) and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Free Trade Agreement.

The UAE is Canada‘s 13th–largest trading partner and Canada is the UAE‘s 30th–largest trading partner. In 2016, bilateral trade between the UAE and Canada totaled CAD $4.4 billion. The UAE is Canada‘s largest trading partner in the Middle East and North Africa region. The UAE is also Canada‘s second–largest export market in the GCC, after Saudi Arabia.

The UAE–Canada bilateral relationship is founded on shared values and common interests, including a commitment to international peace and security, human rights, and the rule of law. The two countries have strong economic ties, with Canadian companies playing an important role in the UAE‘s development. The UAE is also one of the largest investors in Canada.

Banned Products

Banned products are those which have been prohibited from being imported into Canada. There are many reasons why a product may be banned, including public safety, environmental concerns, and trade agreements. Some examples of banned products include certain food items, weapons, and drugs.

The importation of banned products into Canada is a serious offense and can result in significant fines and jail time. Anyone caught importing banned products into Canada is subject to inspection and seizure by Canadian Border Services Agency.

Documents & Customs Clearance

When importing commercial goods into Canada, businesses need to submit various documents to the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) for customs clearance. The type and number of documents required depends on the nature of the goods being imported, the country of origin, and the value of the shipment. Commonly required documents include:

–A commercial invoice
–A bill of lading or airway bill
–A packing list –A certificate of origin
–A customs bond

In addition to the above documents, importers may also need to obtain import permits, pay customs duties and taxes, and fulfill other requirements as specified by the CBSA.

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