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Canada offers host of e-commerce opportunities, but is not "extension" of US market. "Misconception" is the root cause of crossborder shipping mistakes: white paper
Good prospects ahead for nation of tradersExports to lead growth for Canada as US economy rebounds
What's Next for NAFTA? As the North American Free Trade Agreement celebrates 20 years, what are the directions and priorities for the three-country pact?
A critical 'need to win': Canada and the US move forward on mutual border security and preclearance
Designing for agility Capacity, cost constraints and evolving players require a flexible and optimized automotive supply chain
You can run but you can't hideTelemetry can eliminate the "black holes" and provide increased visibility
Five Principles to Guide Lean Success
The Promise of Panama a potential "economic lifeblood", the Panama Canal will have much to offer, once construction is complete
St. Lawrence marine industry blasts 'inadequate' icebreakers
The marine industry engaged in St. Lawrence River trades has been up in arms over alleged ‘inadequate’ icebreaking services by the Canadian Coast Guard (CCG) during a winter that has provided the densest ice conditions since 1993,...
Export-Worthy: A robust supply chain was critical for attracting a major European wood pellet client
Drax has a monstrous appetite for biomass. The operator of a 4,000-megawatt power station in North Yorkshire, England, it supplies about 7% of the country’s electricity. Drax needs large, reliable suppliers with cost-effective, reliable...
NAFTA: Will it Survive another Twenty Years?
Much will no doubt be made this year of the fact that the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has survived twenty years. I was well into my logistics career when Canada and the United States signed the Free Trade Agreement in 1989,...
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