WASHINGTON — The contingency plan Canadian carriers have been operating under since December for Decal and Transponder Online Procurement System (DTOPS) renewals has been extended until the end of February.
WINNIPEG — While an inborn love of hockey and double-doubles might be considered distinctively Canadian, wearing the home team’s jersey and having a Tim Horton’s coffee in the cup holder of your cab won’t be enough for U.S. border guards in just a few weeks.
WASHINGTON — Perhaps a sign that U.S. Customs and Border Protection is close to advancing its contentious residue reporting rule, the agency has posted a frequently asked questions page to help carriers and shippers understand the proposed rule.
OTTAWA — The Canadian Trucking Alliance says it’s struck a deal with U.S. Customs that would avoid any major border delays caused by carriers trying to renew transponder technology used to pay for US border crossing fees.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Customs and Border protection is done considering whether it will require exporters and carriers to stipulate on electronic manifests the amount of residual chemicals left inside portable tank containers.