Freightopolis welcomes Laugh Out Loud feedback on its YouTube, Facebook and Twitter pages.
Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) May 22, 2013
Freightopolis, a Montreal based technology company has released the third installment of their spoof ad campaign titled Episode 3 – The Case of the Sleeping Beauty. This video, like the previous ones, is a humorous take on freight management and the issues that might arise when goods are in transport.
The ad campaign is aimed to propagate the benefits of using Freightopolis to ship freight. The free online tool allows customers to proactively follow the progress of their freight by giving access to a tracking number and by providing electronically generated status alerts every step of the shipping process. The humorous element in the commercials is designed to emphasize that late and missing shipments are the result of dated freight management techniques, something that can be fully avoided by switching to the modern and intuitive Freightopolis system. Transportation industry professionals will be able to appreciate the absurdity of the theme in the latest segment, similarly to the previous two videos from the Every Day Series. Freightopolis welcomes Laugh Out Loud feedback on its YouTube, Facebook and Twitter pages.
The first two videos are accessible here:
Freightopolis is a Montreal based technology company that aims to bridge the communication gap between customers and carriers via a real-time online tool. Freightopolis caters to the North American TL and LTL freight shipping market.
The online system is aimed at customers and road based carriers who ship within, and to and from the US and Canada. Freightopolis is a free online tool that gives a tracking number for every shipment, and automatically generates bills of lading, proofs of delivery, and invoices. Meanwhile key people within the organization can access the entire shipping history on the Freightopolis secure database. The owner and creative genius behind the idea is Jack Pollak, who has relentlessly worked to create the Freightopolis system since 2010, and launched the system in the first quarter of 2013.