TORONTO, Ont. — The Canadian Courier and Logistics Association (CCLA), the trade association representing the express logistics delivery industry, has remodeled its space on the Internet at www.canadiancourier.org.
The new site features an entirely new look, better navigation tools and lots of new content; but with the same URL, the same user names and the same passwords for ease of use.
The site aims to serve as an important information source for individuals in three primary stakeholder groups; existing members, non-members and shippers, or companies who use courier and logistics services.
The Web site also utilizes cutting edge technology to allow members to access a wealth of information about the dozens of legislative issues the CCLA is working on at any given time.
“Communicating with our members, and ensuring they are clearly aware of the vast number of issues we are tackling on their behalf, and the current status of each is clearly one of the most important activities we can undertake to add value,” says Phil Cahley, president of CCLA.
The password protected area of the site will also allow members to undertake various tasks such as sending emails, learn more about group buying programs and maintain and update their membership information.
“Like any major project, the re-launch of our Web site represents only the first step in a continuous process of change and innovation. Additional features and functionality will be incorporated into the site over time based on user input,” commented Cahley.
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