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With Release 2 on the horizon for the CARM initiative, Canadian importers must secure their own Release Prior to Placement Bond. This will be required for importers wishing to participate in the Release Prior To Payment Privilege (RPP). Take advantage of TRG's years of expertise in Customs Bonds and get a quote for your Canadian Customs Bond.
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The requirement for an importer to secure and post their own Release Prior to Placement Bond will only apply to those importers that wish to have access to the Release Prior To Payment Privilege (RPP). So what is this privilege and why would an importer want access to it?
The RPP allows both importers and Customs Brokers to post security with the CBSA to obtain release of goods with deferred accounting and payment privileges. This entitles any importer or Customs Broker who has posted financial security and obtained an account security number to:
Without a Release Prior to Placement Bond, an importer will be required to pay in advance on the CARM Client Portal (CCP) or pay a CBSA cashier at the time of clearance, in order for the goods to be released by CBSA.
Have the peace of mind that there will be no laspe in your importing when CARM Release 2 goes live.