CALEDONIA, Ont. — The Driving for Profit seminar series is back once again and this time the discussion will turn towards moving low-risk shipments at the border.
Debbie Smyth of the Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) will be discussing eManifest with seminar participants at Carmen’s Banquet Centre in Hamilton, Ont. Sept. 15. eManifest is a major initiative which enables CBSA to identify and mitigate potential threats to Canada while facilitating the movement of low-risk shipments across the border.
Ray Haight, CEO of ATBS Canada, will also be speaking at the event to discuss recent events in the industry and give information on how to make a difference to your bottom line.
Allison Graham is back by popular demand with her presentation on how good networking will help you succeed.
“We continue to deliver timely information to our participants of the Driving for Profit seminars so they will have a leg up on their competition” says Kim Richardson, president of KRTS Transportation Specialists and partner in the Driving for Profit Seminar series along with NAL Insurance.
Driving for Profit sponsors, SelecTrucks of Canada and Pearson Dunn Insurance, will be on hand to welcome all participants to the event.
The fee for the three seminars and a hot lunch is $65. For more information or to register, visit www.drivingforprofit.com.
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