DETROIT – Eleven manufacturers, nearly 150 carriers and more than 18,000 truck drivers are under consideration for participation in Canada’s new expedited commercial shipment tracking program. Called the Customs Self Assessment (CSA) program, [See related story] the program is designed to maintain a steady flow of commercial truck traffic from the U.S. to Canada without compromising security. It accomplishes this by allowing unimpeded entry to “approved importers.” The program also ...
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