The Canadian Commercial Corporation (CCC) promotes international defence procurement cooperation between Canada, its allies and like-minded nations, helping deliver Canadian defence and security products, solutions and expertise to governments around the world. CCC works with governments of other nations and Canadian suppliers to negotiate and execute defence and security contracts, supporting Canadian industry while assisting our allies in meeting their defence and security needs. As a Crown corporation and instrument of the Canadian government, CCC guarantees contract terms and conditions—and provides solutions tailored specifically to buyers’ needs.
Sales to governments of other nations are vital for Canadian defence and security companies. By promoting Canadian solutions and technologies and building valuable relationships with governments around the world, CCC plays an active role in keeping global defence markets open.
International buyers benefit from an expedited, transparent process and rigorous supplier-evaluation standards of the Government of Canada. Canadian companies leverage CCC’s unique relationships and negotiating expertise to promote their capabilities and technologies on the world stage.
Canada’s global defence and security sales agency
As the Government of Canada’s lead agency for defence sales from Canada, CCC provides governments of other nations with simplified acquisition from Canada. With over 50 years of experience meeting the contracting needs of the U.S. DoD, CCC now offers other nations the same benefit of simplified access to the Canadian defence industrial base, working directly with governments to identify and deliver the best Canada has to offer.
Procurement Agent to the world
CCC also offers Procurement Agent services to international governments, sourcing and delivering goods and services from trusted Canadian suppliers. Many of the companies we work with also contract with other militaries—including the Canadian Department of National Defence (DND), and the U.S. Department of Defense—enhancing the interoperability of allied military forces and increasing Canadian export sales.