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Potential Border Crossing “Disturbances”
December 12, 2017

Jean-Pierre Fortin, national president of the Customs and Immigration Union, said officers will likely also stop collecting taxes as a tactic to pressure the government if the dispute isn’t settled by early 2018. The union, which has paid for billboards in Windsor and other border towns to express its frustration, said the main sticking points in negotiations have been salary and retirement issues. Fortin said the top salary for a

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KWE Canada Current Local Fuel Surcharge is 14.5%
December 11, 2017

The truck Fuel Surcharge is updated weekly.

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Air Cargo Capacity Becoming Critical
December 3, 2017

IATA data which shows that demand for air cargo grew in five of the last six months, with capacity increasing at a much slower rate than is required.

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CN Rail Delays Due to Landslides
November 23, 2017

The following is a network update from CN Rail: Due to 8 landslides reported in the Ashcroft, Yale and Squamish subdivisions in the recent days all rail service is suspended from Edmonton to Vancouver. With rain in the forecast, concerns about the stability of the area as well as the safety of crews and goods remain. We have geotechnologists in the area monitoring the situation along with crews and equipment

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Which Goods Qualify Under The CETA Tariff
September 28, 2017

CETA If you have goods that qualify under this tariff, please advise your vendors of the requirements to receive reduced duty rates. The following requirements is an excerpted from customs notice 17-30 regarding shipping and proof of origin and list of beneficiary countries: http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/publications/cn-ad/cn17-30-eng.html   Tariff Provisions 6. Entitlement to the Canada-European Union Tariff treatment is determined in accordance with the rules of origin set out in the CETA Protocol

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CETA Comes Into Force
September 21, 2017

As of today -September 21st, over 98 per cent of Canadian goods will be able to enter the EU without tariffs

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Picketers Slow Movement Of Cargo and Baggage at Swissport
August 18, 2017

The workers, who include 700 baggage and cargo handlers and cabin cleaners,  employees of Swissport have begun to picket.  This has extremely slowed down the movement of cargo and baggage. Swissport, is a company that services 30 airlines at the airport including Transat and Sunwing, and large global airlines such as Cathay Pacific, KLM, Lufthansa, Air France, British Airways, Alitalia and El Al. KWE will continue to monitor the situation.

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Cargo Handlers on Strike at Toronto Pearson
July 28, 2017

Hundreds of cargo and baggage handlers at Pearson International Airport are now on strike after rejecting the latest offer from their employer.

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Happy Canada Day
June 30, 2017

KWE Canada is please to be part of the 150th Canada Day celebration.

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What to Expect From CETA
June 22, 2017

The agreement is our most ambitious ever

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Potential Border Crossing “Disturbances” December 12, 2017

Jean-Pierre Fortin, national president of the Customs and Immigration Union, said officers will likely also stop collecting taxes as a tactic to pressure the government if the dispute isn’t settled by early 2018. The union, which has paid for billboards in Windsor and other border towns to express its frustration, said the main sticking points in negotiations have been salary and retirement issues. Fortin said the top salary for a

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KWE Canada Current Local Fuel Surcharge is 14.5% December 11, 2017

The truck Fuel Surcharge is updated weekly.

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Air Cargo Capacity Becoming Critical December 3, 2017

IATA data which shows that demand for air cargo grew in five of the last six months, with capacity increasing at a much slower rate than is required.