Accounting for Imported Goods and Payment of Duties Regulations (SOR/86-1062)

Regulations are current to 2017-11-20 and last amended on 2014-11-21. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE 3(Paragraph 10.5(1)(c))Csa Carrier Information

  • 1 
    Name or corporate name, as the case may be
  • 2 
    Business number
  • 3 
    Business address
  • 4 
    Carrier code assigned by the Agency
  • 5 
    Type of transportation business
  • 6 
    Number of years transporting goods into Canada
  • 7 
    Mailing address, if different from the business address
  • 8 
    Form of business organization, e.g., corporation, partnership, sole proprietorship or other entity
  • 9 
    Operating names, if different from the name provided under item 1
  • 10 
    Year business was founded
  • 11 
    Fiscal year
  • 12 
    Location of books and records
  • 13 
    Types of conveyances used
  • 14 
    Principal clients
  • 15 
    Directory of employees’ names, job titles and phone numbers
  • 16 
    Chart of organizational structure showing key positions
  • 17 
    If carrier has a website, its address
  • 18 
    Description of the types of service provided
  • 19 
    Name, title, street address, mailing address, e-mail address, telephone number and facsimile number of the carrier’s contact person
  • 20 
    Number of shipments transported into Canada during the past 24 months
  • 21 
    Number of employees
  • 22 
    If the carrier has an arrangement to provide a customs office with a summary report of foreign repairs to its conveyances, the name of that customs office
  • 23 
    Border crossings normally used
  • 24 
    Names of divisions where the imported goods are delivered and corporate names and business numbers of the corporations to which those divisions belong
  • 25 
    Every carrier code that is assigned by the Agency and the name of the carrier that is associated with each code
  • 26 
    Names and addresses of terminals and warehouses owned or operated by the carrier
  • 27 
    Description of internal policies in place to minimize the risk of criminal activity, including security measures for any freight facilities and personnel with access to freight
  • 28 
    For all Canadian and U.S. divisions, their names, business numbers, types of transportation business, carrier codes, and business addresses, and the names and addresses of their terminals and warehouses
  • 29 
    In the case of a carrier that operates commercial highway conveyances as defined in section 1 of the Presentation of Persons (2003) Regulations, the number of drivers who are employees
  • 30 
    In the case of a carrier that operates commercial highway conveyances as defined in section 1 of the Presentation of Persons (2003) Regulations, the name, address and telephone number of any organization that provides drivers that are independent contractors
  • 31 
    Training procedures relating to border-crossing requirements for persons who operate the conveyances, if any
  • 32 
    In the case of a carrier that operates commercial highway conveyances as defined in section 1 of the Presentation of Persons (2003) Regulations, the names and addresses of persons who own and operate transportation equipment and who have a written contract to provide their equipment exclusively to the carrier
  • 33 
    Identification of separate systems and procedures used for individual clients
  • 34 
    Sample of business flow documents, including a description of when and how those documents are generated in the process used
  • 35 
    Description of the business processes that demonstrates controls and audit trails relating to control numbers, sales, dispatch, delivery, billing and discrepancies
  • 36 
    Description of the system or procedure to produce a list that only contains information on Canada-bound shipments and that includes invoice or freight identification number assigned by the carrier, date of order or pickup, customer name, consignee name, shipper name, pick up location, delivery location, date of delivery, description of goods, weight or piece count and carrier’s unit numbers for its tractors and trailers
  • 37 
    Description of the system or procedure to ensure that the correct bar codes will be presented with shipments
  • 38 
    Description of the system or procedure to identify a shipment to be released under paragraph 32(2)(b) of the Act
  • 39 
    Description of the system or procedure to identify a CSA importer, owner or consignee that receives goods under paragraph 32(2)(b) of the Act
  • 40 
    Description of the system or procedure to identify, in respect of commercial goods transported into Canada by a commercial highway conveyance as defined in section 1 of the Presentation of Persons (2003) Regulations, the driver of the conveyance who holds an authorization under those Regulations
  • 41 
    Description of the system or procedure to produce, maintain and submit information on terminals, warehouses and persons who own and operate transportation equipment and who have a written contract to provide their equipment exclusively to the carrier
  • 42 
    Description of the system or procedure to provide an audit trail and proof of the delivery of a shipment to the CSA importer, owner or consignee who receives goods under paragraph 32(2)(b) of the Act.
  • 43 
    Description of the system or procedure that is in place to ensure compliance with section 10.82
  • SOR/2005-383, s. 12;
  • SOR/2006-152, s. 21;
  • SOR/2011-208, ss. 18, 19(F), 20, 21.
 
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