Paperless Border Hits Hiccup

A plan to speed Canada-U.S. border crossings may be snarled by a dispute over reporting of some truck cargoes, says an industry group. The Canada Border Services Agency proposes to adopt paperless electronic logs of truck shipments beginning July 10: “You’re going to be there for up to 2 hours”.

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