Worldwide Information Network (WIN) customers can boost efficiency with WIN Mobile and own-brand a version of the app to provide secure shipment visibility to their end-customers
Bangkok, Thailand, Tuesday, 5th July 2016 - WIN has launched a new mobile application platform to give independent forwarders a mobile edge.
The app features real-time track and trace, an interactive agent directory, instant messaging, route checking, and shipment status tools allowing 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 can now multiply the value of the information exchanged in WIN, and securely provide shipment visibility to their own customers,” said John DeBenedette, Managing Director, WIN.
“WIN is all about giving independent freight forwarders an edge. Now we have extended this to the mobile frontier.”
"The WIN Mobile app has never let me down and is always a reliable source when I am looking for information on agents or tracking my shipments,” said Pierluigi Muzzulini, MIS Manager, G.J. Freight Support Services, South Africa.
“Having the app on my phone makes it convenient and easily accessible from anywhere at any time."
Craig Chapman, Air Export Manager of ATM Transports SA, Switzerland said it was refreshing to have the possibility to check flight schedules and tracking facilities “under one roof”.
“The phone application is particularly well made and very helpful while out of the office or while discussing certain shipment details in meetings with clients," he said.
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WIN is an online platform for independent freight forwarders to connect with partner agents, airlines, container lines, and other logistics service providers for secure, digital, shipment-level collaboration in the cloud.
WIN’s online collaboration platform for freight forwarders is used by agents in 123 countries and 613 cities.