Bolloré chooses CHAMP for Canadian advanced filing

Bolloré Logistics has selected CHAMP Cargosystems in order to comply with the latest Canadian Customs requirements for e-manifest Advance Commercial Information (ACI) reporting.
Using CHAMP’s Traxon Global Customs (TGC) service, certified by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), Bolloré Logistics will be able to file air cargo consignment details prior to arrival in compliance with the e-manifest regulations for freight forwarders.
VP global sales & marketing at CHAMP, Nicholas Xenocostas, said: "We are delighted to welcome Bolloré Logistics to the growing numbers of air cargo traders who trust our TGC service with some of the most critical activities in the air logistics supply chain.
"This is particularly significant for TGC, as Bolloré Logistics is the first freight forwarder to use our customs service which supports over 110 airlines and handlers for customs border management and compliance."
Arnaud Fryda, head of project data management at French-owned Bolloré Logistics, said: "The solution ensures us smooth customs filing fulfilling Canadian Customs’ requirements."

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