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Bill of Lading

Requirements for International Bills of Lading:

Canada Customs Invoice

Requirements for completing the Canada Customs Invoices:

Certificate of Origin

Requirements on N.A.F.T.A. Exporter's Certificates of Origin:

Claims Form

Claims Procedures:

  1. All damages or shortages must be noted on the delivery receipt at time of delivery. Notations such as Subject to Inspection, Subject to Verification, Possible Damage and/or Shortage are not acceptable.
  2. Concealed damaged and/or claims for damages not noted at time of delivery may be disallowed.
  3. Contact your local Quik X service centre within 48 hours of delivery to arrange for an Inspection.
    • All packaging must be available for inspection
    • Inspection report is not a claim nor an intent to claim notice
  4. After the inspection is completed, please complete the Standard Claim Form and attach all relevant documentation. Note: ALL claimed amounts must have documents to support such amounts.


Submit all claims to:

Central Claims
Quik X
5425 Dixie Road,
Building B
Mississauga, Ontario 
L4W 1E6

GST/HST Changes

As you are no doubt aware, the provinces of British Columbia and Ontario are both restructuring the application of their provincial sales tax regimes effective July 1, 2010. Both provinces are adopting a “Harmonized Sales Tax"ť (HST) whereby the prevailing provincial sales tax will be added to the Federal Goods and Services Tax and the combined total will be assessed as ONE tax where applicable. Generally, this new “Harmonized Tax"ť will apply to a much broader base of products and services that are purchased. Many “services"ť which were previously exempt from the application of provincial sales taxes in either British Columbia or Ontario will now be subject to the new Harmonized Taxes; transportation freight charges is one such affected application.

The introduction of these two new Harmonized Sales Taxes which have different tax rates has compounded the confusion that already existed with the application of taxes in our industry. This is especially true when goods are being shipped between provinces/territories that have differing tax rates and structures. But generally speaking, when freight is being shipped between different jurisdictions it is the tax structure at the destination of the shipment that determines which tax rate is to apply.

We have attempted to simplify the applicable tax application in the accompanying chart. To determine the correct sales tax that will apply to a shipment within Canada, locate the origin province in the far left column of the chart, then locate the destination province along the top row of the chart. Where these intersect you will find the applicable sales tax application for the freight charges on the shipment. There is a legend at the bottom of the chart that will further explain the tax application.

Please note that there have been no changes to the tax structures that apply on goods moving directly to or from a foreign country including United States. These shipments are still “zero rated"ť meaning that they are exempt from the application of all current sales taxes.