Old Dominion unveils new Web-based service for shipment tracking

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THOMASVILLE, N.C. — Old Dominion Freight Line has released a Web-based shipment tracker called the Shipping Dashboard. The Dashboard is designed to allow registered customers to improve performance by monitoring the status of recent shipments through their “ODFL4Me” personal page on Old Dominion’s Web site.

The Dashboard shows inbound, outbound and delivered shipment activity from the last three to 14 days of shipments and includes technical features such as mouse-over/pop-up shipment status details, personalized sorting options and interactive updates.

“Our trucking professionals require an effective way to monitor their shipments,” said Wayne Capwell, director of e-commerce applications of Old Dominion. “With the Shipping Dashboard, we provide a system that gives them the visibility they need to remain confidently in control.”

Additional Shipping Dashboard features include:
-account list of companies and locations associated with the User ID
-trace shipment which allows the user to enter a Pro number and view the shipment status without having to leave the Dashboard
-shipment details PO number, Bill of lading number, shipper, consignee, origin, destination, pieces, weight, charges, status, estimated or delivered date
-links to available shipment documents.

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