Truck News


COMPETITION WATCH: FedEx Global Trade Advisory service offers border security advice for businesses

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. -- FedEx Express Canada will be offering a service that will provide support and advice to busine...

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — FedEx Express Canada will be offering a service that will provide support and advice to businesses seeking certification or approval in various cross-border security programs, such as Free and Secure Trade (FAST), Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT), Partners in Protection (PIP), and Customs Self Assessment (CSA).

FedEx Global Trade Advisory service is designed to help businesses navigate through the application process by examining their facilities, procedures, and suppliers, making recommendations to address the differences between the clients existing procedures and what is required for certification requirements.

This service will be supported by regulatory experts who will:
-conduct examinations of customers facilities and business procedures
-help customers secure their supply chain and achieve customs compliance
-make recommendations to address identified gaps
-assist with the application process for cross-border security programs
-perform on-going account maintenance and security audits

The launch of this service is in direct response to the voice of our customers who have expressed the need for assistance with navigating the dynamic and ever-changing regulatory environment, particularly at the US border, following 9/11, said Renate Jalbert, managing director, regulatory affairs of FedEx Express Canada. FedEx Express takes the hassle out of international shipping by having the customs knowledge to clear packages fast and efficiently, and can deliver ease, simplicity and certainty in the trade process.

For more information call 800-889-5497 or e-mail

Truck News

Truck News

Truck News is Canada's leading trucking newspaper - news and information for trucking companies, owner/operators, truck drivers and logistics professionals working in the Canadian trucking industry.
All posts by

Print this page
Related Articles

Have your say:

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *