Independent forwarders set to WIN from new app

Online forwarder platform WIN has launched a new mobile application that offers users real-time track and trace, an interactive agent directory, instant messaging, route checking, and shipment status tools.
WIN, which is owned by independent forwarder network WCA, said the app allows users to track and update status on any shipment including proofs of delivery or pictures of damaged cargo.
A version of WIN Mobile branded for individual freight forwarders to distribute to their end-customers is also available.
“Forwarders already using WIN to work electronically with partners and carriers now can now multiply the value of the information exchanged in WIN, and securely provide shipment visibility their own customers,” said John DeBenedette, Managing Director, WIN.

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