Cross-Border Freight Starts Off Slow In 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has been hard on the global economy, even for logistics firms like Titan Transline, in spite of the greater need for their services. Cross-border freight started off weak in 2021 following monthly and yearly declines going out of 2020, but the drops were mitigated somewhat by strong performance from the trucking sector. Compared to January 2020, cross-border freight went down by close to 3% following a 0.4% uptick in December, and a 3.2% increase in November, according to data from the US Bureau of Transportation Statistics. December’s…

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A Brief Insight Into The Cross-Border Trade Between Canada And The USA

Trucking is the preferred method for cross-border transport because it delivers a significantly valuable advantage of cost, timing, and visibility. Cross-border trade between Canada and the USA is considered big business because it generates astronomical profits for everyone involved, However, cross-border trade has its own set of rules from carrier requirements to custom paperwork and security clearances. The US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and the Canadian Border Services Agency take cross-border shipping very seriously. Both agencies want to know what the trucks are bringing to their countries and their…

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