Export & Canadian Resources 2017-10-05T11:47:39+00:00

Export & Canadian Resources

Seattle U.S. Export Assistance Center (USEAC)

The US Canadian border, Peace Arch crossing

The US Canadian border, Peace Arch crossing

2001 Sixth Ave, Suite 2610 Seattle, WA | (206).553.5615 | www.export.gov/washington/seattle/

The Seattle U.S. Export Assistance Center (USEAC) serves exporters in Western Washington State. Whether you’re looking to make your first export sale or expand to additional international markets, the USEAC will assist in trade counseling, market intelligence, business matchmaking and commercial diplomacy you need to connect with lucrative business opportunities. 

Pacific Custom Brokers Inc. (PCB)

1400 A Street Blaine, WA | (360).332.8534 | http://www.pcbusa.com/

Pacific Customs Brokers is a service provider for U.S. and Canadian Customs Brokerage Services. PCB obtains clearances at any Customs commercial port of entry: air, ocean and ground anywhere in the United States and Canada.

Border Policy Research Institute (BPRI)

516 High Street, Bond Hall 418 Bellingham, WA | (360).650.2642 | http://www.wwu.edu/bpri/

The Border Policy Research Institute (BPRI) is a multi-disciplinary research institute at Western Washington University. The BPRI focuses on research that informs policy-makers on matters related to the Canada – U.S. border. Priority focus areas are trade and transportation, economics, environment, immigration, and border security.

U.S. Customs and Border ProtectionPeace Arch Lineup

Blaine Port 1000 2nd Ave Seattle, WA | (206).553.6944 | http://www.cbp.gov/contact/ports/wa

The CBP offers information about importing and exporting from the U.S. such as, electronic export information, export licenses and changes to the Foreign Trade Regulations Export Requirements.

NEXUS Program

(866).639.8726 | www.getnexus.com

The NEXUS program allows pre-screened travelers expedited processing by United States and Canadian officials at dedicated processing lanes at designated northern border ports of entry, at NEXUS (CA Entry) and Global Entry (US Entry) kiosks at Canadian Preclearance airports, and at marine reporting locations.