Carnets, commonly known as “Merchandise Passports”, is a globally accepted customs document that simplifies customs procedures for the temporary importation of various types of goods.
Carnets, commonly known as “Merchandise Passports”, is a globally accepted customs document that simplifies customs procedures for the temporary importation of various types of goods. They are commonly used by sales people and manufacturers to bring their wares into foreign countries to show as commercial samples to potential clients or to display at trade shows, exhibitions or fairs. Entertainers, sports teams, the media, and service companies also frequently use carnets to travel with their professional equipment. They are valid for up to one year and are accepted in 80 countries and territories.
A Carnet Bond is a globally accepted customs document that can be presented as a security/guarantee for carnets that compensates import duty for good that is imported for a temporary period in the countries part of carnet system.
In the event a developer’s surety bond is required, Ai Surety Bonding offers Tarion bonds and Excess condominium insurance required in the province of Ontario as well.
Carnet Bonds help to qualify for carnet that grants the duty-free and expense-free import of goods in other foreign countries for up to one year. Additionally:
Albania, Algeria, Andorra, Australia, Austria*, Bahrain (Kingdom of) Belarus, Belgium*, Bulgaria*, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, Chile, China, Croatia, Cyprus*, Czech Republic*, Denmark*, Estonia*, Finland*, France* Germany*, Gibraltar, Greece*, Hong Kong, Hungary*, Iceland, India, Iran, Ireland*, Israel, Italy*, Ivory Coast, Japan, Korea, Latvia*, Lebanon, Lithuania*, Luxembourg*, Macao, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malaysia, Malta*, Mauritius, Mexico, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Morocco, Netherlands*, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Poland*, Portugal*, Romania*, Russia, Senegal, Serbia, Singapore, Slovak Republic*, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom*.