TransCore’s Link Logistics unit has launched online order tracking for its Canadian Link OpsCenter customers, allowing them and their customers to monitor freight shipments through secure Web access. By logging into with a user name and password, both carriers and their shippers will be able to see if an order has been picked up, delivered on time, or where it is in transit.

This online freight-tracking capability provides customers immediate, real-time information about the status of their order in transit, which should mean improved operational efficiency and productivity. As well, time-consuming status inquiries and miscommunication are eliminated and accountability is improved. Not least, it helps ensure a competitive service edge.

TransCore is a transportation services company with installations in 46 countries. It created the LoadLink freight-matching network in North America by merging both U.S.-based DAT Services and Canada’s Link Logistics.

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