Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) May 01, 2013
Freightopolis has launched the second video of the EVERY DAY commercial series, entitled “The Case of the Broken Glass”. In a similar spirit as the first one in the series, “The Case of the Missing RED Boxes”, this commercial also tackles warehouse management difficulties. These videos treat common freight management problems in a lighthearted manner, aiming to conjure recognition, yet without the accompanying sense of frustration when it comes to shipping related difficulties.
You can watch the video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btn2lggo6VM.
These videos are fun to watch and even more fun to make. The employees actively participated in the making of this video similarly to the first one, although no one got tossed in this commercial.
In case you missed the first video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-hxdYo7LaI.
Freightopolis expects these videos to increase exposure of the company and bring awareness to the unique solution it offers to freight management. Not only are customers automatically assigned a tracking number, but they also receive proactive status updates for each shipment. Since the broker is eliminated from the process, the customer has the benefit of dealing with the carrier directly, and thus communication becomes honest and transparent.
Freightopolis is a Montreal based freight management software provider that aims to bridge the communication gap between customers and carriers via a real-time online platform. Freightopolis is catering to the North American TL and LTL freight shipping market.
The cloud based system is aimed at customers and road based carriers who ship within Canada, and to and from US. 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. It also allows for uploading customs documentation. 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 software in the first quarter of 2013.