CFIA Catastrophic Mainframe Outage
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has advised the CSCB that they have experienced a catastrophic mainframe outage, with all systems affected. ...
We Invest in our Employees
With more goods crossing the border now more than ever before, the international trade industry is growing exponentially. Farrow has a long history of providing international trade services to North American importers and exporters, with operations dating back to 1911. We provide a comprehensive range of customs brokerage, logistics, and international trade services to businesses across North America.
Our employees are surrounded by international trade experts that provide on-the-job guidance and advice. Farrow, also, provides access to certified customs brokerage designation exams for both Canada and the U.S., which is fully paid for upon completion. Many of our team members have successfully passed these exams, giving them more opportunities and contributing toward their overall career goals.
An Opportunity to Grow Professionally
Many Farrow employees have been with us longer than 20 years, reflecting our commitment to identifying and retaining people who complement our “family business” philosophy.
Farrow Corporate Culture
An Opportunity to Give Back to the Community
Farrow provides access to career development opportunities, unique volunteering events, and comprehensive benefits. We foster learning for our employees and give them the knowledge they need to not only complete their duties but also grow their career in whichever direction fulfills them.
Farrow’s desire to give back to the communities in which we live and work, has been the core of our corporate culture for over 100 years. We support a range of community activities, using methods such as donations, sponsorships and employee volunteering. To encourage this, we provide all employees across Canada and the U.S. up to two (2) paid community caring days to volunteer with agencies in their local community.
Join the Farrow Team
Or register for our Talent Network, to be notified of new job opportunities, that are fit for you.
Why Work at Farrow
Farrow is an equal opportunity employer, committed to diversity and inclusion.
Accommodations for job applicants with disabilities are available on request.
As a Farrow employee, you are entitled to the following:
Farrow Scholarships and Programs
Huntley Farrow Memorial Scholarship
The Huntley Farrow Memorial Scholarship is our annual program, that was established in 2003. As of 2021, 149 students, children or grandchildren of employees have received financial aid from Farrow, in the form of a bursary, toward their post-secondary education. We have dispersed a total value of $293,200 (and counting) in bursaries.
Computer Purchase Program
Our Computer Purchase Program is a biannual program established in 1995. As of 2021, Farrow employees have utilized the program 954+ times to obtain high-tech tools for home or school. A total of $1,292,967 in equipment has been purchased for employees using interest free financing provided by Farrow.
Stay updated with insightful articles and information that is critical to your business.
CFIA Catastrophic Mainframe Outage
January cargo spike could suggest import recovery in eastbound trans-Pacific
US imports from Asia in January rose 16% from the year-earlier period, marking the fourth consecutive month of ...
Notice of initiation of expiry review investigation: Carbon Steel Welded Pipe (CSWP1 2024 ER)
On February 19, 2024, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT), pursuant to subsection ...
Grow your business with our logistics solutions
Get the expert support and service needed to comply with shipping regulations, optimize your supply chain and more.
Your international trade experts are here to help.
Transporting your goods across borders? Get in touch and a Farrow representative will reach out shortly.Request a Quote
Keep up with the latest trade news.
Stay informed with up-to-date information on US and Canadian customs and international trade topics.Explore Our Resources