Sequestration affects us all, North and South of the border.

Never mind the fiscal cliff, what about sequestration?  Effects of this will be felt in the coming hours and days, most notably across our border lines.  As electrical contractors, we often rely on our neighbours to the South for specific parts and materials:  now that the States have plunged over the cliff, straight into sequestration, it will mean longer border wait times, less border processing staff, and longer delays in customs for our materials.

How will sequestration affect your business or goods North and South of the border?

More importantly, what is Washington doing to effectively tackle a problem that some would argue is grossly preventable?

Here’s to everyone in Congress learning how to get along.

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