Cross-Border Truck Trade Value Rises

Nearly US$40 billion ($39.5 billion) of trade was transported by truck between Canada and the U.S. in June, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation.

Overall, trucks moved $88.5 billion in cross-border freight between Canada, the U.S. and Mexico – up 6.1% over the same month last year.

Detroit, Port Huron, and Buffalo were the busiest US-Canada land ports – representing $10.8 billion, $7.2 billion, and $6.8 billion in goods.

The top commodities hauled by trucks between Canada and the U.S. were computers and parts ($6.6 billion), vehicles and parts ($6.4 billion), and electrical machinery ($2.6 billion).

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