YOUR GUIDE TO GLOBAL LOGISTICS IN CANADA

Beginning in 1984 with the opening of our Toronto office, Expeditors has continued to invest in the Canadian market with new branches and facilities across the country. 

Today, there are over 400 supply chain professionals supporting the Expeditors network located in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Windsor, and Montréal. 

Each of our Canadian branches are capable of providing you with a full range of domestic and international services.

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Expeditors Canada helps importers and exporters with:

Distribution

Canada-Wide Distribution Network

Expeditors continues to invest in state-of-the-art facilities across Canada. Our goal is to ensure that your goods get to your end customer as seamlessly and efficiently as possible. By building a strategic relationship with Expeditors, our partners are able to remain agile and cost-competitive in their Warehousing & Distribution activities.

At the core of our distribution program are our:

  • Integrated inventory management & reporting systems
  • Cross-Dock and Transload services into Canada and the United States
  • Business Reviews & Continuous Improvement Plans
  • Optimized outbound allocation

To learn more about Expeditors’ Warehousing footprint in Canada, and see it live in action, check out this Blog!

Customs Brokerage & Consulting

Navigate the complexities of a global market

As a top customs brokerage and compliance services provider in the Canadian market, we can offer your organization a reliable and scalable solution to navigate the complexities of a global market. Read about how a capable partner can yield a competitive advantage to your organization.

Our services cover all points of entry across the Canada-U.S. border, supported by 24/7 service at our centralized operations centers in Windsor and Detroit. 

We also combine our customs brokerage service with our international transportation services, allowing you a seamless tracking experience. Our tracking system exp.o NOW is integrated into our proprietary transportation management system, meaning you receive updates as soon as they occur.

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Great Service and Flexibility

Agile and Reliable Carrier of All Modes

As a non-asset based carrier, we maintain numerous strategic contracts with our wide carrier partners to cultivate our preferred status, allowing us to offer the greatest service and flexibility to our customers.

The benefit of our strategy is that it ensures the level of compliance, global coverage, capacity, competitiveness of rates, and service that our customers require.

We have the ability to use multiple container terminals, chassis pools, intermodal providers, truckers, and specialized equipment to manage your cargo, wherever it is.

Advantages of Using a Logistics Provider During Disruptions

Expeditors Canada by the Numbers


Staff and Growing


Branches


Connected Network Locations and Growing

 

 

Beyond transportation and Brokerage, our Canadian expertise allows us to deliver Market-specific solutions:

 

 

Cargo Insurance and Risk Management

If your shipment is lost or damaged while in transit are you protected? All-risk Cargo Insurance will cover you no matter who is at fault, including scenarios where carrier liability will not.

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Duty Drawback

Drawing back duty paid can be a significant source of cash. If your organization both imports and exports, you might be eligible. Interested to learn how large importers take advantage of this process?

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Zone Skip

Interested to learn how you can reduce your transport and duty costs on small-pack freight crossing the Canada-US border?

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Podcast

Global Customs: Changes and Challenges Amidst the Global Shipping Crisis

Taking a break from our Digital Solutions series on the Visibility Economy, today's episode will be all about customs and four key pressures: complexity, geo-political issues, security, and innovation. Senior Vice President of Global Customs Dana Lorenze breaks down the challenges these four topics pose to customs and what customers should know as they work through the global shipping crisis.