Interactive Capacity Gateway launches new website

July 24, 2008
nteractive Capacity Gateway LLC (ICG), a logistics software company, has announced the launch of its website, designed as a source of information for third-party logistics providers, brokers, shippers and carriers on ICG’s services

Interactive Capacity Gateway LLC (ICG), a logistics software company, has announced the launch of its website, designed as a source of information for third-party logistics providers, brokers, shippers and carriers on ICG’s services.

According to the company, the website will allow potential customers to submit inquiries on how ICG can meet their needs, an overview of the company, company news updates, and access to ICG’s customer tools.

The site also features the company’s Capacity Gateway management software, which the company said allows customers to create on online collaborative network to manage customers’ ground shipment activity.

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