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Davidson & Sons

About Us

Davidson & Sons Customs Brokers Ltd. has been a family owned and operated company since 1917. Currently, it is run by fourth generation family member, William (Bill) Davidson.

Since William Burnett Davidson founded Davidson & Sons, our main focus has been taking the burden of customs compliance from our clients and making their experiences with Canada customs as seamless as possible. We have come to learn over the last century of operation that, above all else, our personal relationships with clients are what has been the foundation of our success.

Davidson & Sons were a founding member of the DCCHBA in 1970, known now as the Canadian Society of Customs Brokers. Membership in the Canadian Society of Customs Brokers (C.S.C.B) ensures immediate updates from CBSA, the Canada Revenue Agency and other Government departments pertaining to any regulations that may affect your business. It also allows us to stay up to date on global trade negotiations and new initiatives.


CBSA Monthly CARM webinar & open mic sessions

CBSA Monthly CARM webinar & open mic sessions 150 150 Davidson Sons

The CBSA’s Assessment and Revenue Management (CARM) team is kicking off monthly webinar and open mic sessions. June and July webinar sessions will focus on the steps for CARM Client Portal Onboarding. Future sessions will cover navigating the portal and using its functionality. The Open Mic sessions will be an open forum to ask questions on portal onboarding directly to the CARM project team. Registration is required for these webinars and Open Mic sessions. Please register using the link that corresponds to your preferred date/time. Webinar Registration – CARM Client Portal Onboarding English Monday, June 28, 2021 1:00pm-2:30pm EST Registration…

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CARM Client Portal Registration

CARM Client Portal Registration 150 150 Davidson Sons

  CARM Client Portal The CARM Client Port [“CCP”] is the central feature of the CARM project, which, once fully functional, will become the main communications interface between the CBSA and trade chain partners. Through the portal, users will have online self-service access to manage their customs transactions, including electronic submission of corrections and adjustments, applying for classification rulings, and the accounting and payment of any applicable duties, taxes and fees on their imported goods. All trade chain partners that conduct business with the CBSA will be required to register their business on the CCP before Release 2 in Spring…

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