Posts from Timothy Byrnes

As retailers are dealing with ocean price volatility and capacity restrictions and looking at new strategies to keep unit costs in line.  Even if shippers can find room aboard a ship, small players are implementing new strategies including air freight.    

Read More

The number of online orders/ parcels to the USA will set an all time record in the upcoming  holiday season of  2021.   Previous peaks are the new baseline.  Shippers must now take a "peak at the next peak."

Read More

Importing e-commerce orders to Canada is growing with new technologies and import processes.  It is important for both e-commerce sellers and buyers to understand the potential imports costs to Canada. 

Read More

North American supply chains are evolving and adjusting to  market volatility.  Delivery expectations have been re-adjusted as  companies adjust their  supply chain strategy.   Shippers in Canada and the USA are looking for new ways to drive operational advantages by searching via new outreach to innovative suppliers.

Read More

Canadian customs  (CBSA)  is releasing a new system to assist with the processing of imports via the CPBSA Assessment and Revenue Management or CARM.  The  project is being phased in over 2021 and 2022 to streamline the processing of importing commercial goods to Canada. 

Read More

Mega carriers have a goods problem: Too much business.  Canadian shippers have the reciprocal problem:  Higher shipping costs that continue to go higher!

Read More

Shipping Parcel Shipment to The Netherlands via  Jet Worldwide

Read More

Although the U.S. and Canada are among the world’s largest trading partners, parcel shipping and clearance are subject to a unique set of rules and Canadian customs mandates.   The new NAFTA (USMCA/ CUSMA) makes shipping orders to Canada easier than ever.

Read More

Sending German Parcel Shipment  and ecommerce from Canada 

Read More

Canadian online merchants are gearing up for serve European customers and none more so than direct to consumer (DTC) ecommerce sellers.   The European union has provided a new rule books that mandates registering and payment for VAT in advance of importing the goods to Europe.  In exchange, goods can be transported border free across all EU countries.   

Read More