Global Trade Compliance | Importing Into North America
Home to the biggest household names in tech, North America is a hub for the global tech industry, but importing into North America isn’t without its difficulties.
The tech industry in the North American region stands as a beacon of innovation, driving global progress with its transformative advancements. The dynamic landscape has given birth to some of the world’s most influential technologies, companies, and international trade trends.
The USA, Canada, and Mexico are all major players in world trade for the tech industry, and they are increasingly working together to create a more integrated and open market. These three countries are part of the World Trade Organization (WTO), which promotes fair trade amongst member countries like China, Australia, and the United Kingdom to name a few.
North America accounts for almost a third of the global tech trade. The region is also becoming increasingly integrated. There is a growing number of cross-border partnerships, American importers, and collaborations — and businesses are increasingly expanding into new foreign trade markets.
Countries that commonly trade with North America include:
- South Korea
- South Africa
TecEx is your one-stop shop for global trade and customs compliance for Canadian, Mexican, and U.S. imports. We offer turnkey Exporter of Record (EOR) and Importer of Record (IOR) solutions that take care of everything from staging and packing your goods to tariffs, bills of lading, and customs clearance. We also have warehousing solutions across America to help you get your goods from their country of origin to their destination quickly and efficiently. Importing into North America is simple with our expertise in Canadian, Mexican, and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).