Supporting Owner Drivers
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Supporting Owner Drivers
Well, hi there! I hope you don’t mind a little bit of bell ringing – because we’re very proud to announce the launch of our brand new Courier Exchange website. We’re confident that those who are already a part of our online platform will be excited by its evolution, and those who are new to it will be absolutely blown away by what it offers courier drivers and freight forwarders.
Friendly, fresh and functional
So, why are we so excited by the changes to a platform that was, quite frankly, pretty outstanding anyhow? Because we’re always evolving with technology and we listen to our community of courier drivers, fleet managers and freight forwarders. We want to make sure we offer not only the best possible user experience but also the most innovative and relevant functionality.
The most important thing about the site
is its improved functionality and just how that’s going to benefit our members.
The main difference you’ll notice is the division of the user experience into
three separate groups:
What it means is that when you come to the site you can immediately see where you need to click in order to get the services that are relevant to you. Once you’ve clicked on the tab, you’ll be guided through the information tailored specifically to your group, and see exactly how you can utilise the platform in an optimal way.
You can access live demos, read testimonials and case studies, explore advanced administrational and operational features, and buy or sell capacity using real-time updates.
Good looks don’t go unnoticed
Looks aren’t everything, we know that, but there’s no doubt the new site’s use of fresh, dynamic graphics and an easy-to-navigate interface count for something. We’ve taken our own advice and made sure every mile matters – or in this case, every last bit of pixel space. Don’t worry, though, the site will still look and feel familiar to you if you’re a regular user, but it’s just a little bit more edgy and contemporary. Yes, we have been working out, thanks for asking!
We invite you to come on over and take a tour of the Courier Exchange website. Whether you’re a courier driver, freight forwarder or company, we know you’ll find the changes just as exciting as we do. The UK’s fastest-growing and most trusted online exchange just got better…
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