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SOURCE The Canadian Courier & Logistics Association (CCLA)
TORONTO, Dec. 19, 2013 /CNW/ - The Canadian Courier & Logistics
Association (CCLA) wishes to congratulate the Canadian and US
Governments on the progress made to date on the Beyond the Border
Action Plan. We are pleased to note adherence to firm timelines for
The recent increased and harmonized low value threshold for imports into
Canada and the U.S. are particularly beneficial to our industry and
more particularly our customers.
"Joint efforts such as these increase the speed of trade between our two
countries. They enhance and sustain the economy and employment on both
sides of the border. In addition, these policies will reach further to
enhance global trade." said David Turnbull, President & CEO of the
CCLA takes this opportunity to congratulate Ministers Fast and Blaney
for these concrete results and urge them to maintain the government's
momentum on these initiatives.
The Canadian Courier & Logistics Association is the industry association
representing time sensitive delivery service company operations of all
types and sizes across Canada.
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