Companies in Mexico and Canada have the choice of using the North American Free Trade Agreement (CUSMA/ T-MEC) or CPTPP. Both have their advantages and importers have to choose either shipment at the time of import.Read More
In recent years, the risk of a government shutdown has been high due to political polarization. Government shutdowns in the past, such as the one that occurred in December 2018 and January 2019 have all ended without much incident. But the risk to import flows to the USA are too big to ignore.Read More
As Jet has become a leading resource for shipping items internationally from Canada, we thought it best to provide an overall view of the various shipping options from Canada. In this post, I will share our top recommendations for the best international shipping options available to Canadian businesses and individuals.Read More
The best way to send high volumes of e-commerce parcels from Canada to the UK will depend on a few factors such as the size and weight of the parcels, the speed of delivery required, and the budget. There are several options that are commonly used for high volume e-commerce shipping include:Read More
One of the data points associated with international shipping is the country of origin. For most shippers and most shipments, the origin country is from where the goods are shipped. But actually, the country of origin more often refers to where the goods were made, grown/ raised /extracted (in the case of agriculture or mining ). The country of origin is important for several reasons.Read More
There are several options for shipping from Canada, and the best option for you will depend on your specific needs and priorities. Some factors to consider when choosing a shipping method include the size and weight of your package, the distance it needs to travel, the speed at which you need it to arrive, and the cost.
It has been challenging for many industries around the globe, and the air cargo market has been no exception. With ongoing external issues, the sector has faced challenges across the board. The supply/demand balance in cross border shipping markets loosened in 2022. Freight rates are expected to soften further in 2023. The ongoing war in Ukraine is a known risk but - the best logistics processes are build in the ability to respond to unknown unknowns!Read More
Mexico is growing as a key supplier point for Canadian companies. With truck, rail and air access, shippers need alternative logistics solutions to Canada.Many Canadian companies are considering relocating to Mexico with many more actively working with Mexican suppliers. The importance of North American free trade continues to be proven.Read More
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