In today’s world, logistics and delivery are not up to just the trucking companies. The shipper is equally responsible for making the delivery logistics a priority. It is a priority because it has become a priority to your customers. Customers are now more than ever interested in receiving updates about their shipments. Whether it is an order for a pallet of potatoes or a pair of ski shoes, customers expect information regarding their shipments.
Shippers who work with local trucking companies, or manage their own internal fleet of trucks and drivers need to offer their customers a consistent delivery experience. Regardless of the third party carriers, your customers expect you to be accountable regarding their orders.
Imagine having a simple system in place to manage all your delivery functions, and properly communicating relevant information to your customers in a timely manner. There is no need for a dispatcher to be glued to the phone, or field questions from customers regarding their order and their delivery status.
FreightPrint is a simple delivery logistics tool that would enhance your logistics efficiency. FreightPrint offers dispatching, track and trace, load bidding, carrier invoicing and other tools to improve shippers’ logistics operations. Our shipper customers say they save on an average of 1.5 hours a day by simply using FreightPrint in their delivery management.
Want to find out how FreightPrint can help you increase your logistics efficiency? We offer free demos and trials. FreightPrint’s software runs on the browser, and mobile phones. There is no need to spend hours installing, configuring and training.
Are you a small team with one-person handling your logistics, or a medium sized team with a few team members, or a large company with multiple locations and service regions? We offer plans to cover your various needs.Start Trial
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