Border Crossing

CARM and Carriers: Importing goods into Canada

CBSA introduces CARM for importers. Register before May 2024 Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) has introduced its Assessment and Revenue Management system or CARM. This is to make importing goods into Canada more efficient and streamlined. Private Carriers bringing commercial goods into Canada will definitely want to take a look as it is most [...]

2024-02-12T20:21:27+00:00February 12th, 2024|Border Crossing, Canadian Regulations|

Canadian Border removes all COVID-19 measures

  ArriveCAN no longer needed for commercial drivers to enter Canada  Canada has just released the news that the Government of Canada will be removing all COVID-19 border measures. The announcement stated that as of October 1, 2022, visitors and residents returning to Canada will no longer need to submit their details through the [...]

2022-10-20T18:17:29+00:00September 29th, 2022|Border Crossing, Canadian Regulations, Uncategorized|

FMCSA grants exemption for Canadian Carriers providing relief services in British Columbia

Canadian Carriers get a helping hand from FMCSA after B.C.’s historic flooding The U.S. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has provided an exemption for Canadian carriers providing relief to British Columbia which is still being affected by severe flooding and road closures. Many areas of BC are still cut off as road crews [...]

2021-12-09T16:54:31+00:00December 9th, 2021|Border Crossing|

U.S. FAST centers set to reopen, Canada’s remain closed.

U.S. reopening FAST applications November 29th Those looking to get their FAST or NEXUS passes are in for some good news. Free and Secure Trade centers will reopen in the United States on November 29th. So far, Canada's remain closed with no update on a future opening date. As per the U.S. Customs and [...]

2021-12-09T16:27:24+00:00December 7th, 2021|Border Crossing|

Canadian Border Services Agency now collecting contact Information from drivers exempt from quarantine.

Post Updated July 15, 2020. New locations announced. Be prepared to be asked for your contact information when crossing the border. A heads up for all those drivers out there crossing the Canadian – United States border- Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) has been asking for driver contact information when crossing. The information [...]

2020-07-16T05:46:11+00:00July 9th, 2020|Border Crossing|

Changes to U.S. Customs Transponders

Introducing the Gen-2 Transponders for all CMV’s crossing the U.S. border This fall has seen a big change come down the pike regarding how US custom transponders will work going forward. As of October 2019, all Gen-1 transponders will be replaced with New Generation-2 (Gen-2) transponders. The goal is to have all commercial vehicles [...]

2020-01-23T06:14:25+00:00November 25th, 2019|Border Crossing|

Mexican Carriers Operating in the United States: What you need to know

When transporting goods between Mexico and the United States, there are a few things Mexican carriers need to know. In a recent conversation, a client asked us about transporting goods between Mexico and the United States. This conversation inspired us to put together this blog post full of information for Mexican carriers. So, if [...]

2019-01-11T17:06:08+00:00January 23rd, 2019|Border Crossing, United States, US Regulations|

Crossing the Border? What you need to know about ACE and ACI eManifests

Are you new to the trucking industry? Or looking to expand your company to include international deliveries? If so, this blog is for you.  When crossing the Canada and U.S. border, it doesn’t matter whether you are heading south or north, an eManifest is required by both countries. Canada’s eManifest requirement is the ACI (Advanced [...]

2019-01-25T02:32:29+00:00January 30th, 2018|Border Crossing|
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