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` ©2007 Flagship Courier Solutions Inc. All Rights Reserved. DO YOU HAVE B2B or B2C CUSTOMERS OR POTENTIAL CUSTOMERS IN CANADA... FLAGSHIP Transborder Solutions INCREASE CANADIAN SALES & MARGINS : Make it easier for your clients to purchase your products Provide fulfillment from your USA warehouse or from one of our warehouses strategically located in Canada Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Vancouver
` ©2007 Flagship Courier Solutions Inc. All Rights Reserved. Businesses today have suppliers, customers, and competitors that are located either, locally, nationally, or globally. Consequently, this geographic mix requires a well orchestrated logistics plan which balances their internal & external customer service to cost ratio. Include an international border, and the “traditional” shipping options fall short. Our discussions will include how FLAGSHIP Transborder Solutions will address these trans-border logistics concerns for your Canadian export market. We will show you how we can improve your customer service, reduce costs, and ultimately increase your market share in Canada. HOW CAN WE HELP YOU TO INCREASE YOUR SALES IN CANADA?
` ©2007 Flagship Courier Solutions Inc. All Rights Reserved. MAKING IT EASIER TO PURCHASE YOUR PRODUCTS To effectively compete for Canadian market share, your customers must find it as easy and cost-effective to buy from a U.S. supplier as it is from a Canadian supplier. With the recent surge in the Canadian Dollar, there is no time better to aggressively pursue this market. Our transborder business model allows your Canadian customers to compare your landed price in Canada with the price of similar domestic goods, not having to estimate the various import costs. This can be achieved by including transborder logistics costs, e.g. duties, taxes, customs clearance, and transportation in the price of the product and assuming responsibility for shipping directly to Canadian customers. Becoming a Non-Resident Importer (NRI) makes this possible. Many of Canada’s largest firms already insist that their U.S. suppliers become an NRI and ship to them delivered duty paid (DDP).
` ©2007 Flagship Courier Solutions Inc. All Rights Reserved. Many U.S. companies looking for ways to reduce operating expenses in Canada consider NRI status an attractive option. NRI status eliminates the cost of middleman or investments in warehousing & employees in Canada. You maintain control of inventory and reduce operating costs significantly. Some companies have closed down their Canadian operations and chosen to operate as an NRI, adopting a more cost-effective supply-chain approach. Acting as a Canadian importer under NRI status, they are free to develop new supply chains to the Canadian market while maintaining high levels of customer service. Consequently, by consolidating your courier and LTL shipments to one of Flagship’s strategic Canadian locations, significantly reduces the transborder logistics costs. One customs document, and one bill of lading for all your shipments also greatly reduces your dock labor costs. PROVIDE FULFILLMENT TO YOUR CANADIAN CUSTOMERS FROM YOUR USA INVENTORY
` ©2007 Flagship Courier Solutions Inc. All Rights Reserved. HOW DOES FLAGSHIP TRANSBORDER SOLUTIONS TRANSBORDER BUSINESS MODEL WORK? As your trans-border logistics partner, we consolidated your LTL and courier shipments from your point of origin in the USA to one of FLAGSHIP'S Canadian facilities for final distribution across Canada. We work in conjunction with your Canadian Customs broker, or will provide you one, allowing a seamless consolidated trans-border transaction. One shipping bill of lading, one Canada Customs document, and one central contact for all your Canadian customer shipping needs! Using the services of FLAGSHIP and the NRI export business model is a natural progression to increasing your market share in Canada.
` ©2007 Flagship Courier Solutions Inc. All Rights Reserved. MARKETING & SALES ADVANTAGES The NRI business model reduces the landed cost of your product to become more price competitive. Out-maneuver your competition. You can provide a landed cost during the ordering process The product lands in USA or Canadian funds F.O.B Toronto** ON and can be interpreted as a domestic Canada sale Your customers do not have to arrange transportation or pay Canada Customs broker fees, or duties, providing a value added service for them Sales can control and monitor the delivery of the product One point of contact for the entire trans-border delivery process Improves customer service levels, shortens delivery time ** Other F.O.B. points include Montreal, Winnipeg, and Vancouver
` ©2007 Flagship Courier Solutions Inc. All Rights Reserved. FLAGSHIP Transborder Solutions Offers a complete range of services including: Non-Resident Importing transborder business model Transportation from your facility to our Canadian locations Distribution of your products across Canada Domestic Canada courier (business & residential) Domestic Canada Air (same day and next day) Domestic Canada LTL including appointment deliveries Temperature controlled services Short term storage / pick & pack services Return Logistics services Pre-processing and labeling 24/7 dedicated customer service One point of contact for all your Canadian shipping needs
` ©2007 Flagship Courier Solutions Inc. All Rights Reserved. NEXT STEPS FURTHER DISCUSSIONS COMPLETE TRANSBORDER ANALYSIS DISCUSSIONS WITH KEY PLAYERS MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS INTRODUCE CANADIAN CUSTOMS BROKER IMPLEMENT START DATE …ship FLAGSHIP! Less time. Less money. No headaches.
` ©2007 Flagship Courier Solutions Inc. All Rights Reserved. Howard Kruger, President Montreal, Quebec Canada Brian DeRiviere, Sales Executive Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada For more information of our shipping solutions: Check out our website at www.shipfcs.com Call us at: 1-866-320-8383 Cell: 204.230.8277 Send me an email at: email@example.com Head Office: FLAGSHIP Transborder Solutions Div of Flagship Courier Solutions Inc. 8255 Mountain Sights #200 Montreal, Quebec, Canada H4P 2B5 Ph: 866.320.8383 Winnipeg Office: FLAGSHIP Transborder Solutions 31 Wethersfield Road Winnipeg, MB, R3P 2G8 Ph: 204.230.8277 Toronto Office: FLAGSHIP Transborder Solutions 2425 Matheson Blvd E Mississauga, On, L4W 5K4 Ph: 905.361.2855 Vancouver Office: FLAGSHIP Transborder Solutions 3971 #6 Road Richmond, BC, V6V 1P6 Ph: 866.320.8383
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