Freight2020 News November 2015
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CMS Transport Systems has launched a new website for the Freight2020 transport management system at The new website illustrates the modular nature of Freight2020 and the power of fully-integrated modules working together.
The creative development and technical production of the new website took more than nine months to complete. The new website pages are Google-friendly and responsive across different desktop displays and mobile devices.
New Freight2020 introductory
Patience Bulk Haulage successfully moves over to Freight2020
CMS Transport Systems recently congratulated Patience Bulk Haulage on the successful implementation of their new Freight2020 transport management system. A well-known Western Australia-based transport company with more than 200 employees, Patience Bulk Haulage specialises in the heavy road...
Fast-track implementation pathway for Container Freight software
Australian transport and logistics companies specialising in the cartage of shipping containers can now enjoy the most rapid implementation of a new Freight2020 transport management system. “Over the years of Freight2020 development and implementations we were noticing...
Long prison term for trucking boss drives home need for compliance
Sending a message to the Australian road transport industry about personal onus in the chain of responsibility was the recent jailing of an Adelaide trucking company boss for 12 and a half years for the failure to maintain a vehicle in safe mechanical condition, resulting in a fatal road accident...
Focus on Item-Level Tracking feature within Freight2020
Within the Operations Management and Warehouse Management modules of the Freight2020 transport management system, Item-Level Tracking can dramatically increase efficiency and reduce costs for transport and logistics businesses and 3PL warehousing providers...
National expansion of Freight2020 implementation and training team
The growing number of Freight2020 users has called for the progressive expansion of the Freight2020 implementation and training team based at the head office of CMS Transport Systems in Melbourne, Victoria, and also the establishment of new Freight2020 implementation and training centres in...
CMS congratulates K&S Corporation on major profit boost
Australian transport group K&S Corporation Limited has defied the flow-on from slowed mining and manufacturing activities in Australia to post an increase in net profit of almost 50% to $13.3 million, with operating profit up 19.3% to almost $700 million, according to financial...
Guarding against driver fatigue with new Sentinel EWD
Around 20% of all road fatalities can be caused by fatigue, according to government statistics*, yet fatigue is one of the most preventable of all factors contributing to the occurrence of road accidents. A growing number of Australian transport and logistics organisations are taking...
CMS launches light-hearted video introduction to Freight2020
A light-hearted animated cartoon is helping to explain the advantages of the Freight2020 transport management system over manual or spreadsheet-based processes to run operations management, from freight bookings through to invoicing, which is where transport businesses...
Release of Freight2020 Driver Mobility for Android devices
Continuing to set the pace of advancement in technology for the management of road freight transport businesses, Freight2020 became one of the first transport management systems in the world to offer real-time driver interactivity with live freight bookings via a free mobile app with the release...
Desired Transport was established in 2009 with just one truck and the stated passion for becoming a quality transport service provider. Today the company has offices in Perth and Brisbane, and a versatile fleet of prime movers, trailers, and rigid vehicles carrying containers, general freight...
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