Con-Way unveils LTL web-based tracking

Aug. 8, 2001
Con-Way Transportation Services, Inc., has added less-than-truckload shipment tracking capabilities to its Internet site. The Michigan-based carrier said customers can now access up-to-date reports on the status of all of their invoices for LTL service. This includes operations and billing information for Con-Way Canada Express, Con-Way Central Express, Con-Way Southern Express and Con-Way Western
Con-Way Transportation Services, Inc., has added less-than-truckload shipment tracking capabilities to its Internet site. The Michigan-based carrier said customers can now access up-to-date reports on the status of all of their invoices for LTL service. This includes operations and billing information for Con-Way Canada Express, Con-Way Central Express, Con-Way Southern Express and Con-Way Western Express.

Normal registration and validation of the user is required for all customer transaction data on the Con-Way web site, the company noted. An additional security function has been built to work in conjunction with this new web feature, giving access to sensitive financial information. This function requires the customer to first designate a “primary user” within their organization who will manage access by anyone else to account invoice status information, said Con-Way.

Con-Way is a subsidiary of Palo Alto, CA-based CNF, a $6-billion holding company for a variety of transportation businesses, including regional trucking, air freight, ocean freight, customs brokerage, global logistics management and trailer manufacturing.

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