As a trusted provider of solutions that both monitor and facilitate trade compliance, 3CE is uniquely able to meet the challenges of a diverse range of organizations involved in international trade, including: customs authorities, postal agencies, international logistics service providers, multinational shippers, and global e-commerce companies.

Government Monitoring Agency

Our client, a federal government agency responsible for monitoring exports and conducting timely investigations into critical trade issues found that its expert support staff was inundated by requests for classification assistance, and the quality of the commodity data reported by declarants was unreliable… Request the full case study ›

 

Multinational Retailer

Our client is a multinational retailer whose successful business model is based on opportunistic procurement. This translates into extremely short delivery lead times on a wide variety of ever-changing imported products. In order to streamline the customs clearance process and provide landed cost visibility to buyers, the company sought to implement a global product information platform that would link its procurement and customs clearance functions… Request the full case study ›

 

Postal Agency

As revenues from traditional letter mail operations began giving way to e-commerce-related international parcel delivery, our client, one of the world’s largest postal organizations, needed to offer tools that would give its customers the ability to easily, immediately and accurately identify the total landed costs and admissibility of their goods at destination. Not only would such tools help exploit this fast-growing and profitable part of their business; they would also contribute to minimizing costly returns and reducing border delays… Request the full case study ›

National Customs Authority

When our client, a national customs authority, decided to end its long term reliance on 3rd party destination inspection services providers, it required a cost-effective, immediate and reliable way to monitor the accuracy of import and export declarations. At the same time, our client wanted to facilitate trade and ensure compliance by building an Electronic Single Window that would offer traders the ability to easily and reliably identify all requirements their goods may be subject to… no matter what their level of expertise… Request the full case study ›

 

Online Retailer

One of the world’s largest online specialty retailers needed to find a reliable way to automate the classification of thousands of new products every day in order to: 1) immediately present international shoppers with an accurate landed cost price, and 2) control the spiraling cost of customs compliance… Request the full case study ›

 

International Logistics Services Provider

Canada’s largest integrated parcel and freight services delivery company provides efficient and cost-effective shipping to, from and within Canada for more than 210 countries and territories worldwide. The company sought ad hoc and batch classification tools to help streamline the declaratory process and reduce border delays for its overseas clients… Request the full case study ›