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Next Generation Pickup and Delivery Puts the Customer in the Driver’s Seat


February 27, 2014

New thinking, new regulations and new technology are re-defining pickup and delivery based on optimizing customer service and satisfaction.

Until now, pickup and delivery technology could be described as: “scan-on, scan-off.” The new generation of technology has come a long way, and the industry and its customers are benefiting greatly.

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