Recording Available CBSA: Conducting Essential Business and Crossing the Border During COVID-19 Webinar

Friday, July 31, 2020

Brought to you by: WE EDC, CAMM, Automate Canada, CTMA and Consulate General of Canada – Detroit

 

WATCH: https://youtu.be/oaJjz6rlQc0

 

** This webinar was filmed on Wed. July 29, 2020. Changes to the regulations mentioned in this video are likely to occur. Organizations should consult the latest information directly from the Government of Canada well in advance of making travel plans.

This webinar was brought to you by the WindsorEssex Economic Development Corporation in partnership with Automate Canada, the Canadian Association of Mold Makers, the Canadian Tooling and Machining Association and the Consulate General of Canada – Detroit.

Cross-border supply chains are vital to ensure the continued flow of goods between Canada and the USA. Manufacturing companies located in the Windsor-Essex Region and Detroit/Southeastern Michigan and beyond rely on a strong and integrated supply chain that transcends the US-Canada border.

The impact of COVID-19 has been quite disruptive to our local and regional economies. While the decision to close the border to non-essential travel has been well-received and understood, with economies opening up on both sides of the border, there are increasing questions by manufacturing companies on how best to facilitate cross-border commercial trade.

If you are a manufacturing company that conducts cross-border business you will want to watch the recording of this webinar. CBSA representatives offered guidance on what is needed by American Business Travelers to enter Canada and what Canadian Business Travelers can expect when they return to Canada so that essential business can be conducted in a safe manner. 

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