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Chapter 1 - Transportation Management

1.0 US Bioterrorism Act 2002

Chapter 2 - Warehousing

2.0 The Toyota Production System (TPS)
2.1 The International Warehouse Logistics Association
2.2 Warehouse Receipts Act

Chapter 3 - Materials Handling & Unitization

3.0 Automatic Guided Vehicles
3.1 College Industry Council on Materials Handling
3.2 Chep Equipment Pooling Systems

Chapter 4 - Procurement

4.0 Ocean Transportation Suppliers
i International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
ii Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association (CIFFA)
iii National Customs Brokers & Freight Forwarders Association of America (NCBFAA)
iv International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations (FIATA)
v Air and Sea Association (ASA)
4.1 Canadian Sailings
4.2 Rail Transportation Suppliers
i The Railway Association of Canada (RAC)
ii Railway Track & Structures
iii The Association of American Railroads
4.3 International Air Transport Association (IATA)
4.4 Air Transportation Suppliers
i Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association (CIFFA)
ii Air Freight Forwarders Association
iii A-Z Worldwide Airfreight Directory
4.5 National Energy Board (NEB)
4.6 Canadian Energy Pipeline Association (CEPA)
4.7 Smalls Transportation Suppliers
i Canadian Courier & Logistics Association (CCLA)
ii Messenger Courier Association of the Americas (MCAA)
4.8 Intermediate Transportation Suppliers
  National Transportation Brokers Association
4.9 Warehousing Suppliers
  International Warehouse Logistics Association
4.10 Ethics Resource Center

Chapter 5 - Contracts

5.0 Canada Transportation Act 1996
5.1 Railway Traffic Liability Regulations
5.2 Marine Liability Act
5.3 CITA Bill of Lading
5.4 UNCTAD/ICC Rules for Multimodal Transport Documents
5.5 Bill of Lading Act 1985
5.6 Canada Shipping Act 2001
5.7 Shipping Conferences Exemptions Act (SCEA)
5.8 Motor Vehicle Transportation Act (MVTA)
5.9 Carriage by Air Act 1985
5.10 Canada Post Corporate Act
5.11 United States Department of Transportation
5.12 International Association for Contract and Commercial Management
5.13 National Contract Management Association

Chapter 6 - Risk Management

6.0 Packing Specifications Manual
6.1 Railway Traffic Liability Regulations
6.2 Transportation & Logistics Council

Chapter 7 - Marine Insurance

7.0 Marine Insurance Act, 1993
7.1 Lloyd’s of London history
7.2 General Average Now and in the Future (Prof. William Tetley, McGill University)
7.3 Export Development Canada (EDC)
7.4 York Antwerp Rules
7.5 Lloyd’s of London
7.6 International Underwriting Association of London (IUA)
7.7 International Group of Protection & Indemnity Clubs (P&I)
7.8 The International Union of Marine Insurance (IUMI)
7.9 The American Institute of Marine Underwriters (AIMU)
7.10 Canadian Board of Marine Underwriters (CBMU)
7.11 Insurance Companies Act (Canada)
7.12 Case Law – Triglav v Terrasses Jewellers Inc. 1983
7.13 Canada Shipping Act

Chapter 8 - Customs & Compliance

8.0 Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA)
8.1 Administrative Monetary Penalty System (AMPS)
8.2 Canadian Society of Customs Brokers
8.3 General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
8.4 Customs Act
8.5 Customs Tariff Act
8.6 CBSA D-Memoranda
8.7 Pre-Arrival Review System (PARS)
8.8 North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
8.9 Customs Self Assessment (CSA)
8.10 Partners in Protection (PIP)
8.11 Free and Secure Trade (FAST)
8.12 U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
8.13 Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT)
8.14 2017 Customs Tariff

Chapter 9 - International Trade

9.0 Global Affairs Canada (Formerly the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade - DFAIT)
9.1 DFAIT Canadian Trade Commissioners Service
9.2 Exporting from Canada (CBSA)
9.3 Importing to Canada (CBSA)
9.4 International Chamber of Commerce Incoterms
9.5 Incoterms in detail
9.6 Standards Council of Canada

Chapter 10 - Logistics & Supply Chain

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