FreightPrint – Helping Businesses and Customers Stay Organized

Biz Report

A successful freight shipping company is essentially contingent on how organized they are. The more disorganized, the more mistakes are likely to happen. And when it comes to the customer’s perspective, one thing that goes far is his or her ability to track the shipment. However, that system can sometimes be a pain.

Luckily, FreightPrint has come up with a solution.

FreightPrint is an independent load visibility and document management system specifically designed for the freight and logistics industry.

Its specialty is to track deliveries and share it with customers instantly. It’s not only fast, but it offers necessary info without tying up your employees.

FreightPrint offers:

  • Delivery tracking – give your customers tracking IDs to track their orders online
  • Simple Pricing – reasonable fees, billed by tracked order
  • Alerts – send dispatch and delivery notifications

By using proprietary mobile and cloud software to track shipments, FreightPrint sends out real-time alerts to all parties involved whenever there’s any relevant movement. If you’re the freight company, you don’t need to worry about spending the time to set it up – all it takes is a few minutes to get going, then the app begins working in the background.

FreightPrint lets you have valuable, income-producing tasks to tend to. It will track your deliveries and share it with your customers immediately. In addition, it will give them more information, faster, without waiting on the phone or radioing a driver. What’s more, is that it’ll free up your staff for other tasks and enhance customer service.

Drivers won’t need to be concerned with checking the app. And though it’s running in the background, it won’t drain the phone’s battery. They’ll also receive helpful alerts – such as when they drive past their destination.

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