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4 Tips for Streamlining Your Canada/U.S. Border Crossing

4 Tips for Streamlining Your Canada/U.S. Border Crossing | The Road

The $2 billion worth of goods and services that cross the Canada/U.S. border every day are a testament to the strength of the economic relationship between Canada and the United States.* And while both countries are strong, cooperative trading partners, shipments between the two countries are still international transactions and subject to government entry and admissibility regulations.

Carriers and drivers hauling across the Canada/U.S. border must be well prepared before even getting to the border. Here are four ways to achieve a smoother border-crossing experience:

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- Director of U.S. Customs

When to Adopt New Carrier Technology and When to Wait

When to Adopt New Carrier Technology and When to Wait | The Road

I started with C.H. Robinson in 2007. From the very beginning, I realized how important my relationships with carriers were when it came to helping my customers. Those relationships mean that when my customers have freight to move, I have reliable carriers to call on that can make it happen. And I’ve found that when carriers quickly adopt new technologies, everyone is happier.

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- Cross Border Operations Manager

Don’t Wait Until December: Get Ready for ELD Compliance Now

Don’t Wait Until December: Get Ready for ELD Compliance Now | C.H. Robinson

As the deadline for the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate draws nearer, there are fewer roadblocks to stop it from happening. By December, you will likely be implementing ELDs rather than using paper logs—if you haven’t already. Start preparing your business now and leverage this change to your advantage.
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- Director of Capacity Development- C.H. Robinson

Building Visibility and Trust Through Logistics Automation

Building Visibility and Trust Through Logistics Automation | C.H. Robinson

As various waves of change continue to hit the transportation market, we are feeling the ripple effect throughout the industry. Government regulations, technological advancements, and other disruptors are causing many businesses to reevaluate their processes and the way they build relationships with other companies. This is particularly true in how evolving customer expectations are impacting relationships between shippers and carriers.

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- Vice President, North American Truckload