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Nixing of Keystone Pipeline Could Be Boon for Railroad Transport Nixing of Keystone Pipeline Could Be Boon for Railroad Transport
President Obama's decision to reject the Keystone XL pipeline could come with a heavy side of tank cars. Canadian energy companies need about a dozen crude-laden trains each... »

The Rise of Trade With Canada and Mexico
The return of some manufacturing capacity from China has fueled economic growth in Mexico and Canada. John Kelly, president of the Canadian Division of Transplace, outlines... »

Advances in Automation, Wage Hikes in China Compel Manufacturers to Consider Returning to U.S.
Global supply chains will continue to expand in coming years, but at a slower pace than before, and in ways that follow different patterns, according to a report from... »

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Supply Chain Velocity: Why the U.S.-Canada Border Works
Newcomers to U.S.-Canada trade, the world's largest commercial partnership, need quality brokers, forwarders and logistics partners, say Georges Lemieux, Consul & Sr.... »

The Rise of Trade With Canada and Mexico The Rise of Trade With Canada and Mexico
The return of some manufacturing capacity from China has fueled economic growth in Mexico and Canada. John Kelly, president of the Canadian Division of Transplace, outlines... »

Calgary, Western Canada's Leading Distribution Hub
Astride the junction of the CANAMEX Trade Corridor and the Trans-Canada Highway, Calgary is a natural distribution hub, says Tom Dixon, business development manager for real... »

Editors' Blog
The Re-shoring Debate: Sentiment or Hard Numbers?
As manufacturers consider shifting production from China back to the West, the U.S. could become an economically viable alternative faster than you think.

Podcasts
Best Practices for E-Commerce Shipments to Canada Best Practices for E-Commerce Shipments to Canada
The boom in e-commerce is a global phenomenon, but each country has its own unique requirements for ensuring the smooth flow of shipments to the buyer.

  News
Roadrunner Inks Agreement With Sameday Worldwide in Canada
Roadrunner Transportation Systems Inc. has entered into a new service agreement with Sameday Worldwide of Mississauga, Ontario.

Canada Acts to Ban Microbeads in Consumer Products
Canada's federal government has officially listed microbeads as a toxic substance, giving it the ability to ban the plastic beads used in cleansers.

April Figures Show Canadian Ground Transportation Declined Slightly in Cost
Results published by the Canadian General Freight Index (CGFI) indicate that the total cost of ground transportation for Canadian shippers decreased by 0.6 percent in April,... »

White Papers
The Self-Learning Supply Chain
Most companies have some basic form of analytics. This is the next step for the truly competitive: A supply chain that intuitively learns from your business reality to offer... »

Connecting S&OP to Operational Execution
According to industry research, most S&OP users cannot create a consistently achievable S&OP plan. A Supply Chain Insights 2015 survey revealed that only 30 percent... »

U.S. Exporters Can Benefit From Multiple State/Federal - and Canadian - Incentives and Resources
According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, "lack of awareness" is a leading reason why many businesses choose not to explore export opportunities. In... »

Supplier Case Studies
Scaling For 10x Growth and the Complexities of Multimodal Logistics
Challenge: Handling multimodal logistics over a period of rapid growth with spreadsheets and whiteboards. That was the challenge that faced an American crude oil logistics... »

Webinars
Sales & Operations Planning: Managing the Complexity of a Food Production Supply Chain Sales & Operations Planning: Managing the Complexity of a Food Production Supply Chain
ON-DEMAND WEBINAR The food production industry continues to be pressured by retailers, consumer choice and costs. Your trade budget must be spent even more wisely than... »

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