U.S. and Canada Customs Agencies Combine Efforts to Facilitate Shipments Through British Columbia

In a joint program, U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) and Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) have announced an effort to facilitate the movement of Canadian domestic cargo moving via truck or rail around flooding in British Columbia, Canada.  Ocean and air cargo arriving in Vancouver or elsewhere in Canada must be customs cleared prior to transiting the U.S. as this program is intended for use with domestic cargo only. …

Port of Vancouver Update – Temporary Suspension of Transload Program 

Please note that due to a number of factors, including but not limited to those listed below, Delmar will be suspending its Transload Program with immediate effect. All containers will be converted to IPI points where possible.  Factors Causing Suspension of Transload Program  Cargo volume surges into British Columbia.  Vessels destined to the Port of Vancouver are experiencing longer than usual…

CN RAIL UPDATE – BC Wildfires

Dear Customer, We would like to update you on the network operations in Western Canada. The province of British Columbia is currently battling numerous fires as a result of the severe heat that has been impacting the province since the beginning of July. CN would like to advise our customers that the BC Wildfire Service…

Update: Network Operations in Western Canada

We would like to update you on the network operations in Western Canada in relation to the wildfires in the Lytton, B.C. area.  CN has received a cease operations order from Transport Canada, effective for a period of 48 hours as of July 9, 2021 00:01PT between Kamloops and Boston Bar, British Columbia. All rail operations, except those required for emergency fire response or maintenance and…