Rohlig Australia Deliver Small Parcels too.

Rohlig Australia Deliver Small Parcels too.

In the world of modern logistics, deliveries are often needed at short notice and the latest technological innovations are helping to make this happen. Rohlig’s web-based Courier Solution is a prime example of how technology can make small parcel shipments more visible and efficient.

Designed to be as simple as possible, Rohlig’s Courier Solution is an online platform for international and domestic shipping that consolidates the entire process, making it much easier to manage shipments from any location, at any time.

Rohlig Courier breaks each small parcel delivery into four simple steps:

  1. Getting a quote
  2. Booking the shipment
  3. Labelling the consignment
  4. Tracking the shipment

Beyond that, the platform offers the information you need to manage deliveries with features such as shipping history, monthly spend data and access to invoices. This makes the entire shipping process more efficient, allowing customers to obtain quotes instantly, without having to make a call or wait for a response to an email.

Other features simplify the process further, such as an address book of regularly used shipping addresses. All you need  to do is input the shipment details, any required customs information and attach the invoice. The platform even generates labels to attach to the shipment.

At a time when visibility is critical to the supply chain, solutions such as Rohlig Courier mean that small parcels can be tracked easily and users given rapid updates – a big bonus when it comes to delivering a great customer experience.

For more information www.rohligcourier.com

Röhlig Australia Pty. Ltd. | Head Office | Moorebank Business Park, Unit 1, 2 Secombe Place, Moorebank nsw 2170 | | 2170 – Sydney Tel: +61 2 8781 8999 | www.rohlig.com/australia

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