U.S. businesses understand that Canada is the top export market for U.S. goods, but most are unaware that tremendous innovation in logistics and customs efficiency have made Canada an even more attractive option. For example, did you know:
- U.S.-based ground shipments can arrive in Canada days faster than what was previously considered “regular service”
- Many U.S. businesses source inventory for Canadian customers – both B2B and B2C — from their U.S. distribution centers?
- Thanks to recent changes in U.S. law, it is now easier than ever before to obtain “drawback” – refunds on certain import duties and fees
- Whether or not your business currently exports to Canada, all businesses can benefit from this insightful update on recent trends in cross border trade and logistics capabilities
John is President of Purolator International, a leading provider of cross-border logistics and subsidiary of Purolator Inc., a leading integrated freight, package and logistics solutions provider in Canada. Over the past 20 years, John has grown Purolator International from a small freight forwarder to a comprehensive supply chain and logistics services provider, offering air and surface logistics solutions, customs brokerage, fulfillment and delivery services for express, freight and parcel shipments. Purolator International serves clients in industries including: manufacturing and distribution, vertical markets such as aviation, industrial and life sciences, as well as large chain retailers and companies specializing in e-commerce.