WEST CHESTER, PA–A. Duie Pyle, Inc. (Pyle) has launched a new all-inclusive website designed for seamless navigation for all of their customers’ transportation and warehousing needs.
The redesigned website has many updated features including:
Easy access to Pyle’s industry leading shipment tracking capabilities, Dashboard-to-Desktop, providing real-time visibility and time-saving automated shipment status notifications.
-“My Pyle” Account Management, a secure customer portal providing registered users access to a comprehensive suite of personalized shipping tools.
-A weather alert center enabling customers with real-time updates on Pyle operations during inclement weather.
-Full integration with social media so customers can keep current with Pyle news, events, and weather alerts on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
-A responsive design to provide an optimal viewing experience across a wide range of devices.
Registered Pyle customers can take advantage of the redesigned My Pyle Account Management section of the website in order to manage their day-to-day transportation needs quickly and accurately, the company said. My Pyle delivers a personalized experience for fast rate quotes, pickup scheduling, bill of lading creation, advanced satellite tracking and customized reporting.
Visitors to the new website can also access a wealth of information about Pyle’s complete range of integrated transportation and distribution services including Less-than-Truckload (LTL), Truckload (TL), Brokerage Solutions, Warehousing & Distribution and Custom Dedicated Solutions. As a family owned and operated business for more than 90 years, Pyle’s entrepreneurial family culture and service-first approach are evident throughout the site.
“The new design provides our customers with the information and tools they need to manage their day-to-day transportation needs quickly and accurately,” said chief operating officer Randy Swart. “We understand our customers live in a fast-paced world and need to access information throughout the day which is why we focused on making the site accessible on smartphones and tablets.”