• Create a customer account at Cargolution


    It is quick and easy to create a customer account at Cargolution.

    Just fill out the following form: Credit application.

    Our finance department will analyze your request. If your request is accepted, your account will be activated within 24 to 48 hours.

  • Declaration of Personal Effects


    Did you know that you have to make a declaration for your unaccompanied goods upon arrival in Canada?

    Even if you have no goods with you on arrival, you must give your list of goods to the border services officer at your first point of entry in Canada. Based on the list of goods you submit, the officer will complete Form BSF186, Personal Effects Accounting Document, assign a file number to it, and give you a copy of the completed form as a receipt.

    You will need to present your copy of this form to claim free importation of your unaccompanied goods when they arrive. Goods to follow may be subject to import restrictions before you can import them.

    To facilitate the clearance process, you can complete Form BSF186 before your arrival in Canada.

    Reference : Canada Border Services Agency 1

  • Air Transport and Pets


    Before travelling abroad with your pet, you must ensure that the travel crate meets the standards of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). Otherwise, airlines have the right to refuse the transport of your animal. Watch the video to learn more.

    Airlines Kennel Requirements

    • Solid roof.
    • Secure door locks.
    • Clean, leak-proof, and containing absorbant material.
    • Affixed food and water containers.
    • Must have ventilation openings on all four sides.
    • Must be a two-part container made of rigid plastic
    • Hardware complete and installed.
    • Handling labels.
    • No wheels.

    In addition, to ensure that the travel kennel is well suited to the size of your animal, you must take its measurements properly.

    A = Length: The distance between the muzzle and the base of the tail.

    B = Height: The distance between the ground and the highest point of the animal.

    C = Width: The widest dimension of the animal.

    A x B (+ 3 inches of free space between the head and the roof) x C = the kennel size.

    Do you have some questions?

    Contact our team of experts in live animals transportation!