Freightopolis Reaches 1,000 Customers in Just 56 days

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Online Shipping Platform Growing by Leaps and Bounds; Freight Brokers Becoming Obsolete, the innovative freight shipping platform, has just signed its 1,000th customer within their first 56 days!

Providing transportation services to customers shipping freight within Canada and across the Canada-US border, Freightopolis has seen demand for its free online tools explode in the last two months. Simplifying the entire freight management process for business users, Freightopolis offers shipping quotes from hundreds of carriers with a single click and keeps track of all paperwork, individual shipments and shipping history. The system effectively lightens logistics managers’ day-to-day workload leaving more time for strategy and planning.

Jack Pollak, CEO and founder of Freightopolis says that “customers are making a clear choice for how they are looking to manage their freight, and online is the choice of the future.” Pollak goes on to note that “as new customers come on board, it is our carrier partners who have the most to gain by increasing their bookings and filling their trucks without any additional investment.”

About Freightopolis

Freightopolis is a Montreal-based innovative freight shipping and management platform offering real-time quotes from hundreds of full truckload and LTL transport carriers. It serves manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers, importers and other businesses that ship freight in Canada and across the Canada-US border.

Freightopolis customers get live competitive freight rates direct from transportation companies and tracking numbers for every shipment. The system automatically generates bills of lading, proofs of delivery and invoices. It also allows for uploading customs documentation. Key people within the organization can access the entire shipping history from the Freightopolis secure database. The owner and creative genius behind the idea is transportation industry veteran Jack Pollak, who has relentlessly worked to create the Freightopolis system since 2010, and launched it in the first quarter of 2013. Visit for more information.

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