CONCORD, Ont. - Concord Transportation has become Customs Self Assessment (CSA) authorized, establishing itself as a low-risk carrier.Becoming CSA-approved will enable the fleet to clear customs quick...
CONCORD, Ont. – Concord Transportation has become Customs Self Assessment (CSA) authorized, establishing itself as a low-risk carrier.
Becoming CSA-approved will enable the fleet to clear customs quicker and Canada/U.S. border crossings, enabling the company to better service its customers.
“Canada Customs has taken an in-depth look at our business practices and procedures and found us to be a reliable and customs-compliant carrier,” says the company’s press release. “Attaining a fully-approved CSA carrier status is another positive step Concord has taken to increase the convenience and reliability we provide our valued customers.”
For more information, visit the carriers Web site at www.concordtrans.com.
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