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Circumventing Trump Tarriffs

Exerpted from Politico Pro Canada Newsletter Alex talked to the head of a Toronto-based logistics company that’s seeing new business as a result of American tariffs against China. Stalco Inc. says it receives bulk shipments of goods from China and elsewhere. They arrive by sea ports from the Pacific, then get sent east by rail…Read More

Trump Tarrifs Could Boost Canadian Warehouse Business

Potential payday from U.S. e-commerce firms looking to dodge Chinese-made goods penalties Stalco was featured in an article in Business in Vancouver September 6th. “Let’s say company X is buying sunglasses from China, and the current duty rates in the U.S. – let’s just make it up for arguments sake – is 20%,” said Steven Page,…Read More

Mastering Transportation and Logistics For International Distribution

  Anyone who has been following the news knows that with tariff increases, boycotts at ports or other international relations, international distribution requires detailed attention. As a 3rd party logistics company, transportation is an inherent part of Stalco’s operations. Starting with coordination of inbound logistics to move our clients’ inventory from point of origin, Stalco…Read More

Same Day Fulfillment & Automatic Duty Refunds: Stalco’s New Program

Stalco announced the launch of a program that allows companies to eliminate their duty costs when selling goods directly to U.S. consumers. Stalco picks, packs and ships the client’s U.S. consumer orders and automatically files for a refund with CBSA on the previously paid duty, on the seller’s behalf. Read the full article in the…Read More

Stalco Helping US Businesses Prepare for the Holiday Season

Online sellers are gearing up for the holidays and Stalco is poised to help them save money on costly duties. “We provide a valuable logistics platform that goes beyond traditional fulfillment and shipping capability. We are helping U.S. sellers save millions of dollars in duty costs that are typically considered an unavoidable cost of goods,”…Read More

Stalco Helps US Merchants Take Advantage of CBSA Trade Incentives

Stalco’s new program enables U.S. sellers have their inventory shipped from countries, such as China, directly to Stalco’s distribution centre in Canada. Where applicable, duty is paid to Canada Customs (CBSA) on the cost of goods. Stalco then picks, packs and ships the client’s U.S. consumer orders and automatically files for a refund with CBSA…Read More

Stalco Launches Cross-Border Ecommerce Program To Eliminate Duty Costs

Stalco, a leading 3rd party logistics provider in Toronto, Ontario Canada, announced that it has launched a program that allows companies to eliminate their duty costs when selling goods directly to U.S. consumers. The launch of the program comes at a perfect time for online sellers gearing up for the upcoming holiday shopping season. Read…Read More

Stalco Named a Multichannel Merchant Top 3PL for 2019

Stalco has been named a Multichannel Merchant Top 3PL for 2019, and included it in a listing of leading third-party logistics providers selected by the editors of Multichannel Merchant. Given the explosion of ecommerce and the increasing number of 3PLs in the marketplace, Multichannel Merchant has created this unique resource to vet 3PL providers as…Read More

Eliminate Cross-Border Shipping Hassles for Canadian Success

As a marketer, you understand the intensity with which your business can grow at any given moment. PayPal estimates that, by 2018, nearly 130 million shoppers will place orders outside of their borders, spending over $300 billion a year. Read Steven Page’s latest article on FeedFront.

E-commerce Needs Smart Shipping for Canadian Success

The speed with which e-commerce is turning small and startup businesses into global companies is exciting. While some companies flourish with the fast growth, others struggle and are not able to move quick enough to stay afloat. In Canada – where 60% of the population purchases from American websites – improving shipping strategies creates ample…Read More