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Next Steps to Know

Step 1. You will now have received set-up documentation in your inbox from Breeze Customs [check your Spam folder if you cannot fine it]. Review and sign off on these documents.

Step 2. Once you sign off on these set-up documents, we will move forward to setting up your account. Once this is complete on our end, you will then receive a ‘Welcome to the Breeze Family’ email in your inbox with your Breeze Client Code. Follow the instructions within that email. You will now be able proceed with creating your Customs Invoice via the PDF document attached to that email or via the below online option.

Step 3. Once you ‘Create Your Invoice’, please submit this, in addition to any other documentation e.g. Carrier Coversheet, Billing of Lading, Commercial Invoice etc. via the ‘Upload Your Docs’ option below.

Import into the United States or Canada

Whether importing to the USA or Canada, you’ll need a Customs Invoice.

Some suppliers or systems automatically generate documents that will work for Customs. If your documents include Exporter Name, Purchase/and or Importer, Currency, Country of Origin, Product Description, Price Paid and the type of transaction (sale, return, repair) please upload for our Team to review.

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Track Your Shipments

Every minute counts, and a minute’s delay can disrupt your supply chain schedule and impact your business. We’ve made it easy to track your shipments in real-time and account for any delays with our online, self-service PARS and PAPS trackers.