Canadian Shipper


  • Greg Laurin, President Conestoga Cold Storage, on REGS, GROWTH and WMS

    May 20, 2016 by Canadian Shipper

    CANADIAN SHIPPER: Conestoga operates five fully-automated cold storage warehouses with a total storage volume of over 37 million cubic feet. You are serving customers worldwide. Can you discuss trends you are seeing with regard to particular products and flows? LAURIN:

  • Armour Transportation Systems’ Ralston Armour, president of Courier & Logistics, on the growth of courier, visibility and building efficiency

    May 20, 2016 by Julia Kuzeljevich

    CANADIAN SHIPPER: What do you see as the top challenges and/or trends that will drive your courier and/or logistics division in 2016? RALSTON ARMOUR: In courier, we continue to see a trend in small package delivery as the online shopping

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    A ‘‘new era’’ in tracking

    March 30, 2016 by By Ian Putzger

    RFID takes Air Canada to piece level visibility Air Canada Cargo is in the process of rolling out RFID technology in warehouses in order to capture shipments at the piece level, reduce errors and facilitate the handling process. “This has

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    March 30, 2016 by By Ken Mark

    Retail shippers are seeking innovative solutions to meet changing shopper priorities. Omni-channel retailing has added convenience to the basic trio of price, selection and service as market differentiators. Increasingly, consumers are placing greater value on the time they spend shopping. They

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    Making the Map

    March 30, 2016 by By Carroll McCormick

    Reviewing regulation; mobile apps to change landscape Packed with 100 tonnes of fresh lobster, a Korean Air Cargo Boeing 777F lifts off from the Halifax International Airport’s Runway 05/25 and disappears into the clouds. After a refueling stop in Anchorage,

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    Coaching Corner

    March 30, 2016 by By Carolina Billings, CPCC, CHRL, MA-IS

    Toxic workplace environment? Lack of communication? You are not alone. As a reminder, please submit your questions in confidence to Well, let’s get started. I received an email that was particularly urgent and of a recurring concern within organizations.

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    Outside the box

    March 29, 2016 by Canadian Shipper

    Delving into the results from our 2016 CANADIAN SHIPPER AND MM&D THIRD PARTY LOGISTICS SURVEY Outsourcing continues to increase in popularity as a solution that addresses supply chain challenges, as our latest Third Party Logistics survey indicates. But respondents still indicate there

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    Weighing In

    March 29, 2016 by Julia Kuzeljevich

    Shippers ramp up for IMO regulations on container verified gross mass Bob Ballantyne, president of the Freight Management Association of Canada, led a panel discussion at this year’s Cargo Logistics Canada conference in Montreal February 18, to discuss The International

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    Air Cargo 2020: A Clear Vision

    March 29, 2016 by Leo Ryan

    Air cargo outlook reviewed at Cargo Logistics Canada Under the theme of Air Cargo 2020: A Clear Vision, industry executives offered insights on the challenges and opportunities created by technology, a changing regulatory environment, and the enhancement of infrastructure and

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    Tracking trade

    March 29, 2016 by Julia Kuzeljevich

    GTM software can help companies manage and grow their free trade According to an Amber Road Benchmark Report on Trade Agreement Management, reliance on international supply chains continues to increase. Some 48% of companies now do business in more than

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    Beyond the Big Border: Overcoming cross-border trade barriers

    March 29, 2016 by Julia Kuzeljevich

    The latest report from the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, Beyond the Big Border, shows that despite improvements at both U.S. and Canadian border agencies, some work remains before small businesses can say they are truly engaged in free trade. Administrative

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    The FX Effect: Navigating the volatile world of cross-border trade

    March 29, 2016 by Julia Kuzeljevich

    Canada and the United States share the world’s longest border, stretching 8,891 kilometers across land and water. They also share what is perhaps the world’s largest bilateral trade relationship: in 2014 bilateral trade of goods and services totaled just over