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Reducing border wait times is something for which businesses and border lawmakers have long advocated.
Tip #3 - Monitor border wait times for various ports of entry.
We need to demonstrate that our entire supply chain is secured and that reduction in border wait time as well as the number of inspections has been critically important in terms of us meeting the needs of customers.
By participating in this first worldwide supply chain security initiative, Tandy Leather Factory benefits from a more secure supply chain for its suppliers and customers, a reduction in the number of cargo inspections and reduced border wait times.
Transportation carriers that are accepted for participation in C-TPAT and FAST pass important benefits onto their drivers, including reductions in number of inspections and border wait times.
Governments will benefit from the pilot demonstration because they can share information among and between their border agencies with greater efficiencies, thereby offering reductions in border wait times and the promise of greater regional security and economic integration.
Transportation carriers that are accepted for participation in C-TPAT pass important benefits onto their drivers, including reductions in number of inspections and border wait times.
While we realize identifying actual border wait times is not an exact science, what's clear is that CBSA has not been reporting accurate wait times and the times CBSA have been reporting are always shorter than the actual wait times," states Moran.