U.S. Customs and Border Protection and Customs of Nuevo Laredo issued a report that damages incurred as a result of a meteorological phenomenon on Sunday, May 21, 2017. Click here for full report.
The processing of empties (tractors and empty trailers) for both import and export through the World Trade Bridge has resumed as of Tuesday, May 23, 2017.
The U.S. side of the bridge will be functional within the next few days. However the Mexican Customs facility sustained major damage and Customs of Nuevo Laredo has not provided a date on when they will be ready to reopen.
All traffic is detoured to The Columbia Bridge. Expect long lines and delays. Also consider using other Texas crossings including: McAllen/Pharr, Brownsville and Eagle Pass.
Shipping to Canada?
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is making changes to its eManifest process.
Effective March 4th, CBSA will no longer relay a decision regarding your PARS without having received your Advance Commercial Information (ACI) cargo data.
To avoid unnecessary delays, be proactive in your ACI cargo submission.
This means that your declaration will not be accepted until CBSA has received both your Release Request and ACI cargo.
Track your shipments on the go!
Introducing the Livingston Tracker App
The Livingston Shipment Tracker App lets you quickly and easily check the clearance status of your shipments through the U.S. and Canadian borders on the go, keeping you informed of your shipment’s status no matter where you are!
The Livingston Shipment Tracker App is available now. Click here to learn more about the app, or use the buttons below to download it on your platform of choice: