There’s Nothing Odd About DHL’s ODD Service

The world changes quickly, and one such change has been in the way people buy products. Increasingly, shoppers are moving online to make their purchases, and the marketplace is becoming more global than ever. DHL saw this – they saw an increase in cross-border eCommerce shipping and decided to create a service uniquely tailored to

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Discussion: The New NAFTA Import Limit

If you picked up a newspaper this past summer, chances are you came across a headline (or ten) about the new NAFTA agreement. Hotly debated, and tensely agreed upon, the new agreement emerged under the newly minted name USMCA (United-States-Mexico-Canada Agreement) at the end of September, and it contains within it some good news for

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Canada Post Strike Heads to Toronto

Almost 9,000 postal workers will walk off the job at midnight on Tuesday For Immediate Release Ottawa – Members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) in the Toronto local will head to the picket lines at 12:01 am EDT on Tuesday, October 23, to begin the second day of postal disruptions across the country.

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Reference: What You Need To Know About UPS’s Peak Surcharges

Back in June, news came out that UPS was planning to levy surcharges for peak periods, including over the coming 2018 holidays. To offset some of the added costs incurred during their busiest periods, UPS made the decision to add one or more peak surcharges for packages based on certain characteristics, as well as service

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Canada Post Strike: What To Expect & How To Prepare

At the time of writing, Canada Post is not currently on strike, but as indicated by an August meeting, at which the Crown corporation and unionized Canada Post workers were unsuccessful in reaching a new deal, a Canada Post strike could very well be imminent. That means, for many businesses and consumers that rely on

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