and enhanced to provide better shipping management on the Web

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WINNIPEG, MB — Major enhancements to both the and websites give Reimer customers quicker access to shipment information and better tools for managing their supply chain via the Internet.

For registered users of, a secure website for online shipment visibility and management, the enhancements mean more functionality and new ways to customize online shipping to their unique business requirements.

The enhancements to answer our customers requests for more electronic visibility into their supply chains, more capabilities from our online shipping tools, and more flexibility to meet their planning needs, said Reimer Express Lines Ltd. President and CEO Allan N. Robison.

To improve ease of use, a calendar view of shipping activity, templates for more customization, and default settings for faster data entry have been added to The enhancements also focused on the shipping management applications, with special attention to the interactive bill of lading (BOL) tool.

The steps for creating a BOL, submitting a pickup request, and transmitting bills of lading and shipping labels to multiple locations via e-mail are now virtually simultaneous. Customers also have the option to edit the BOL until the shipment is picked up. For further convenience, customers can create, save and use multiple BOL templates.

Enhancements to other applications provide many new benefits, ranging from the ability to view or e-mail up to 250 invoices at a time and query up to 250 shipments by any reference number in a single request, to more options for customizing reports and status updates sent via e-mail.

Reimer Express also rolled out improvements to, a website which provides valuable tips for first-time shippers, information on transportation services, and other helpful resources. No password is required to use, which offers rate quotes, tracking, and other tools for online shipment management.

A new feature allows registered users of to log on to their secure accounts from the homepage. More than a time-saver, this feature allows customers to begin their online shipping the way they prefer, from either the site or the site.

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