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[Video] Shipping Freight To and From Canada: What you should know

 

Shipping your products into and out of Canada by truck can feel like a complicated process.

Your cargo manifest, bill of lading, certificate of origin and customs invoice are all necessary paperwork that you'll want to have in order.

But what else should you know?

Cross-border transportation doesn't have to feel complicated.

In this video, Jerry outlines what you'll need to know to make your next U.S.-Canada shipment as smooth as possible.

Video Chapters:

  • 0:00 What will I learn in this video?
  • 1:02 What to keep in mind when shipping to Canada
  • 1:10 What service will I use to get my freight across the border?
  • 1:40 What documents will I need to cross the border?
  • 2:04 What is the role of a customs broker?

For more information on shipping to and from Canada, check out our in-depth article.

What is a the Bill of Lading in Freight Shipping? Learn more here.

Looking for your best-fit freight brokerage? Watch our video on "What Are The Different Types of Freight Brokers?"  

Download the Freight Brokerage Selection Checklist and make sure the provider you choose is the provider you need.

Tags: International Shipping, International Shipping Documentation, Shipping Services

Jerry Ramirez

Written by Jerry Ramirez

Jerry joined ATS in 2003 and has served in various roles over the years, including time as a customer service manager in ATS’ Vans division. Now as an operations manager with ATS Logistics, Jerry works to develop employees and grow relationships with customers, focusing primarily on the specialized and heavy haul side of the business.

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