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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. »


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. »


The Self-Learning Supply Chain

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 a level of accuracy and insight once thought impossible. And the best part? Anyone can use it. This solution paper tells you... »


Connecting S&OP to Operational Execution

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 of manufacturers are “nearly always” or “most of the time” able to effectively tie S&OP planning to execution. Gartner... »


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, as compared with March results. »


U.S. Exporters Can Benefit From Multiple State/Federal - and Canadian - Incentives and Resources

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 fact, less than one percent of all U.S. businesses export, and of those that do, the majority interacts only with NAFTA trading... »


Ten Considerations in Preparing Your Time-Sensitive Shipments

Ten Considerations in Preparing Your Time-Sensitive Shipments

Businesses that regularly ship time-sensitive goods often have a blind faith in their logistics provider’s ability to ensure an on-time delivery. And it isn’t until something goes wrong – a delivery is missed, or a shipment arrives damaged – that a shipping process’s inefficiencies are exposed. A... »


Avoiding Delays and Unexpected Costs: Facilitating the U.S.-Canada Border Clearance Process

Avoiding Delays and Unexpected Costs: Facilitating the U.S.-Canada Border Clearance Process

Do your shipments arrive at the Canadian border eligible for expedited review, with all documentation pre-filed and duties and taxes paid? Or do they go to the end of the line and wait? And wait. Clearing goods through the U.S./Canadian customs process can be a confusing and time-consuming... »


Ryder Opens New Vehicle Sales Facility in Canada

Ryder Opens New Vehicle Sales Facility in Canada

Ryder System Inc. is opening a new sales facility in Calgary, Alberta for used commercial vehicles. »


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 before. You now have so many options that your planning cycle must be able to evaluate numerous variables in a limited... »


Carmichael International Expands Customs Brokerage Into Canada

Carmichael International Expands Customs Brokerage Into Canada

Carmichael International Service is expanding its suite of customs brokerage services into Canada. »


March Sees Cost of Ground Transportation in Canada Go Up

March Sees Cost of Ground Transportation in Canada Go Up

The total cost of ground transportation for Canadian shippers increased by 1.5 percent in March, as compared with February results, according to the most recent Canadian General Freight Index. »


The Canadian Institute’s Conference on Contract Performance Management

Setting Benchmarks for High Performance Outcomes »


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. Trade Commissioner, Canada, and Amy Bales, Dir., Trade Compliance, UCI-Fram Autobrands. [Run Time (Min.): 13:41] »


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