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Averted Strike with CBSA

The Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) workers strike has been averted. The union representing over 9,000 employees reached a tentative agreement with

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Potential Strike with CBSA

Members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) working for the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) have voted overwhelmingly, with 96% in favor

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Texas Department of Public Safety Commencement of Enhanced Inspections

As of this morning Texas DPS has continued inspections on all commercial operating vehicles at the Ysleta Port of Entry and at the Bridge of the Americas

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Potential Strike Vote With CBSA April 10th

9,000 members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) along with Customs and Immigration Union (CIU)

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Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge Collapse

On the morning of March 26th, at around 1:30am local time, a Maersk-chartered containership (the Dali) collided with Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge,

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Commercial Facility Closure of the San Jeronimo Port of Entry

Mexican Customs (Agencia Nacional de Aduanas de Mexico) has announced a temporary closure of the San Jeronimo/Santa Teresa, NM Port crossing for

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CBSA Publishes Guide for CARM Registration

The CARM (CBSA Assessment and Revenue Management) program is scheduled for implementation (R2 – Release 2 on May 13th, 2024).

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DP World Secures Agreement Ending Industrial Action: February 2, 2024

DP World has reached a significant in-principal four year agreement with the Maritime Union of Australia, marking the end of all industrial actions. The

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Protected Industrial Action at DP World: January 12, 2024

Following three months of Industrial Action by the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA), today has seen full work bans occur at DP World’s: Sydney, Brisbane

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Red Sea / Suez Canal Disruptions – Shipping Attacks: December 18, 2023

The situation in the Middle East has heightened with additional vessels attacked in the Red Sea over the past few days.

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