R+L Carriers launches State-Of-The-Art modernized website
R+L Carriers, a Global Freight Transportation provider, is pleased to announce the launch of their state-of-the-art modernized website. The new site includes features such as complete access to all recent shipping activity, easy forms and document retrieval, login status on every page, enhanced shipping tools, and a host of information for first time shippers.
The site has been two years in the making. In preparation for development, R+L Carriers reviewed customer requests while researching current web trends, and combined them with the latest in technology and updated tools to provide an optimized user experience for their customers. Due to extensive online growth, the modernized site will completely replace the old rather than function as an upgrade. A new hardware infrastructure including network components and load balancers have been implemented for improved scalability and performance. To put simply, you asked, we delivered!
Steve Crandall, Director of eBusiness and Web Technology, stated, “Our mission was to enhance the customer experience while doing business with us online without impacting their familiarity of the current site.” Mr. Crandall also added, “We are proud to continue providing Industry leading online solutions that allows the shipping public to do business on their timeline to stay ahead of their competition.
One of the most anticipated features of the site is the Recent Web Activity Queue which allows customers signed into MyRLC to multi-task by requesting reports, quotes and more. While processing results they can utilize other online shipping tools.
To see the new site visit R+L Carriers at http://beta.rlcarriers.com
To learn more about our modernized web site, or general inquires about R+L’s Cutting-Edge Technology, please contact:
Sue Reynolds, Media
About R+L Carriers: Based in Wilmington, Ohio, R+L Carriers, Inc. is a leading less-than-truckload (LTL) freight transportation company, providing guaranteed, day-definite regional and transcontinental service through a network of more than 100 service centers in the United States, Canada, Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico.