Pacific Customs Brokers
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Pacific Customs Brokers Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $30m to $130m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 22 reviews and is evolving.


Customs Associate in Surrey, BC
on 6 November 2020
Fast paced & Nice Staff
This was my first serious job. They normally put new people into Reception, but I had done some Customs studies as Seneca, so I went straight into ground release. There's a lot to learn because they don't separate by commodity, just mode of import. Overall, I like it but I wish there was an office closer to my house. I like my coworkers and the supervisors.
Customs Clerk in Surrey, BC
on 16 January 2020
Good workplace
Positives: Good workplace Nice co-workers Interesting work Education support Negatives: A bit isolated location Need to have a car Open all stats and weekends
Customs Release Agent in Surrey, BC
on 9 January 2020
Nice workplace with good people
The work is enjoyable for the most part and you learn a lot. I like my coworkers and supervisors. I like how they support you and encourage you to get further training. It's very busy in summer and Fridays are consistently super busy. The only reason I'm leaving PCB is that I'm passionate about animals and I'd like to work for a vet or animal shelter.
Customs Specialist in Surrey
on 16 December 2019
negative people and management
Management is on of the worst i ever seen in any company I worked in Its really hard to move up as if your not part of a certain group then your out of luck. OT almost not an option for you
Customs Release in Surrey, BC
on 3 April 2019
Nice place to work
The company is open 24/7 so you need to have a very flexible schedule. I did four months on the overnight shift and then moved to daytimes. My wife is a nurse, so her schedule is all over the place. I wish I could change my shift more often to match hers, but that isn't really an option. I did mostly accounting before this, so it was pretty different, but I enjoy it now. I'd keep going in this field, but we are hoping to relocate to the Kootenays in the medium term and I'll probably have to go back to accounting. Overall, it's been good.

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Interview is average
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