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Greg Cross — Manager, Toronto Capacity    

After graduating from the University Of Western Ontario in 2000, Greg began his career with C.H. Robinson in the Toronto office, which, at the time, the office had 11 employees. Two years later, Greg was promoted to supervisor, a role he held until 2006, when he was made manager. He currently oversees the capacity team and is focused on aligning growth, efficiency, and the continued development of talent. He played a role in the integration of the London and Newmarket offices with the Toronto office, which has grown to nearly 100 employees. 

Hauling Freight Across the Canada-U.S Border? 3 Things You Need to Know

New to Cross Border Shipments? 3 Tips for an Efficient Experience.The Road

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As strong, cooperative trading partners, the world’s largest trade relationship is between Canada and the United States [1]. Shipments between the two countries are international transactions and subject to government entry and admissibility regulations, so as a driver, it’s important that you are prepared well before you reach the border. Here are three things you can do for a smoother border-crossing experience.
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