Kodak Canada uses Vastera software to automate CSA
Kodak Canada Inc., a subsidiary of Eastman Kodak, has contracted with Vastera, a provider of logistics technology, for software to automate participation in the Canadian Self-Assessment Program.
Vastera’s global trade management software interfaces directly with Canada’s Customs and Revenue Agency systems.
“Having the software tools to comply with CSA requirements became a top priority for our customs operations,” said Larry Best, manager, transportation customs services, for Kodak Canada.
Membership in the CSA saves time for Kodak’s drivers at each crossing of the U.S./Canadian border, and also extends from five to 30 days the grace period in which Kodak must submit documents and pay duties on each shipment.