Freight matching site launches

Jan. 7, 2008
Vessage, a website aimed at matching shippers with carriers, has launched. The site promises a user-friendly portal to post and view both loads and trucks

Vessage, a website aimed at matching shippers with carriers, has launched. The site promises a user-friendly portal to post and view both loads and trucks.

According to the company, the site contains an overview of freight matching, advertising information, and other resources to aid customers. It also gives the option of subscribing to email and text messages regarding available loads in specified locations, saving time and effort.

"At Vessage, our primary focus in site development was and will continue to be our customers,” said Ian Brown, Vessage chief technical officer. “We have taken more than a year to conduct extensive research on the needs of both shippers and carriers in the transportation industry; and we have used the results to carefully craft a fully functional website.”

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