Effective immediately, the international expert for highly urgent and complex logistics challenges has made it possible for its customers to independently, flexibly and quickly book Europe-wide sameday shipments using the new online booking portal time:matters online.
Neu-Isenburg, May 12, 2015: Following a successful testing phase, time:matters launches its new booking portal time:matters online. The booking platform covers the entire sameday service portfolio for highly urgent transports within Europe. Therefore, customers have the opportunity to easily and quickly book transport services provided by the expert for international Special Speed Logistics.
Logistics customers can respond to their customers’ transport inquiries even faster and, in doing so, increase their competitiveness. Quotations can, for example, be prepared at the time of the customer inquiry through time:matters online. “With time:matters online my team can book by themselves using just a few clicks and is repeatedly supplied with various alternative solutions throughout the process,” comments Markus Hagemeister, Teamleader / Airfreight Export at Schenker Deutschland AG.
“While developing the booking tool our focus was on user-friendliness and the efficient application for our customers,” explains Franz-Joseph Miller, CEO of time:matters GmbH. Customers determine their own personal level of detail that they wish to work with. The system supplies customers with transport options for each inquiry, which are based on Sameday Air or ic:kurier and tailored to suit their own individual needs. The customers can select a suitable combination of time, price and route in accordance with their individual needs. Saving a template enables customers to conserve even more valuable time when booking day-to-day business.
« Every second counts for both our customers and ourselves, hence the main emphasis for time:matters online is on speed, functionality and easy operation. The initial feedback from customers has been highly positive. We are now looking forward to making the next important step – namely to launching the booking portal and looking ahead to a positive future for time:matters online”, emphasizes Franz-Joseph Miller.