Lebanon, PA – February 22, 2012 – (NASDAQ: YRCW) – New Penn has announced a new mobile app providing customers with instant and convenient, on-the-go access to real-time shipment tracking and monitoring as well as the latest New Penn news.
”The free mobile app provides our customers with instant accessibility to transportation data anytime, anywhere,” said New Penn President, Steve Gast. “That allows our customers to be more proactive and to react more effectively to any last-minute changes that may occur, saving them time and shortening cycles.”
The new mobile tool is free and comes in the two most popular platforms – iOS and Android – in addition to a mobile web version that virtually everyone can access.
The mobile app’s time-saving convenience is the first benefit New Penn customers will see. They will be able to check their shipment tracking on the go, wherever they are. Just enter a PRO or a pick-up label.
New Penn incorporated shipment tracking, service alerts, and news into its mobile app since those are the most frequented areas of its website. New features, such as the option to find service center locations, will be added in the coming months.
To download the New Penn mobile app, please visit newpenn.com/gomobile.
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