CBSA Generic sub-location (9000)
Date Published: 2019-02-28
The use of the generic sub-location (9000) code in all modes (Customs Notice 19-04) For in-bond movements, the sub-location code on release requests is a mandatory data element. The sub-location code on a release request should match the sub-location code on a cargo document.
In some instances, goods arriving in Canada, are not destined to a sufferance warehouse (for example, frontier-destined shipments in the highway mode). In these instances, a specific sub-location code cannot or is not provided by the carrier, and a generic (9000) code is permissible to be used instead.Find more at: Canada Border Services Agency