CEO Acceptance Letter
Re: Import for Re-Export Program (IREP)
I [name], Chief Executive Officer for [company name] have reviewed and understand the program terms and conditions, permit conditions, as well as reporting requirements, as stated in the Notice to Importers [enter no.], and in the letter of authorization from the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD) dated [date].
I confirm that [company name] is the sole processor of ingredients imported under the IREP. I acknowledge that the transfer or sale of products imported under the IREP, or of finished goods containing products imported under the IREP, within Canada or to a Canadian resident or company is prohibited.
I acknowledge that [company name] must export all products imported under the IREP within 90 calendar days of the date of entry indicated on the associated supplemental import permit.
I acknowledge that [company name] must provide monthly export reports and bi-monthly inventory reports, in the prescribed format, respecting the schedule in Appendix 2 of [company name]’ letter of authorization. [company name] will only include in its reports to DFATD products manufactured with inputs imported under the IREP and will ensure accuracy of information provided.
I acknowledge that failure to comply with program terms and conditions, permit conditions as well as reporting requirements, or failure to provide updated and accurate information, could result in the application of sanctions as set out in the Notice to Importers [enter no.].
I hereby name the following company manager responsible for overseeing IREP matters during the 2015-2016 IREP year:
This manager will be DFATD’s point of contact should compliance issues arise, while the primary contact indicated on [company name]’s application will be the day to day contact.
I hereby certify that [company name] has procedures in place to ensure compliance with program terms and conditions, permit conditions as well as reporting requirements stated in the Notice to Importers [enter no.], and in the letter of authorization dated [date], as well as the Export and Import Permits Act (EIPA) and its regulations.
[Name of CEO/President in print]
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