Export Reporting

At Aquaprole, we provide food export services. We facilitate our clients by providing accurate and factual information to complete the good descriptions fields in export declaration forms. A clear and comprehensive food description helps determine whether your good is restricted (regulated, prohibited, or controlled for export), needs a permit, certification, or license, or is eligible for export.

Reasons You Need Export Reporting and Declaration

According to the Customs Act, all good that you export from Canada needs reporting. The primary objectives of export reporting are the following:

  • To ensure that the export of goods from Canada doesn’t pose any threat or risk to other countries
  • To administer the applicable expert requirements to support Canada’s government domestic priorities
  • To collect precise information about the Canadian exports to do economic reporting to the Government of Canada

How Should You Do Export Reporting?

As an exporter, it is your responsibility and in your best interest to be as thorough and accurate as possible in reporting your export goods. For this purpose, you can proactively seek guidance from different related federal departments that regulate and control food exports. This will help you better understand the legislative requirements and avoid costly delays in your exports.

If your exports don’t comply with the Canadian export regulations and laws, you’re unable to provide accurate information, or your export goods fall in the prohibited goods category, the CBSA can take enforcement action against your company. It may apply monetary penalties, criminal charges, and seize your goods as a forfeit. To prevent this, we can help you do accurate and expert export reporting of your goods for a range of markets.

Currently, our company is dealing with the following markets:


  • USA, Canada, Mexico
  • South America
  • Caribbean Islands
  • Brazil
  • EU countries
  • Albania
  • Russia
  • Ukraine
  • Georgia
  • Armenia
  • Kazakhstan
  • Uzbekistan
  • Belarus
  • Moldova
  • Turkey
  • Middle East
  • Southeast Asia
  • Singapore
  • The Philippines
  • China
  • Korea
  • Japan
  • West Africa
  • North Africa
  • South Africa
  • Australia and New Zealand