Published on 23-05-2013
Teleroute has developed a new commercial offer for the increased efficiency and satisfaction of its customers
Mainz/Brussels, May 23, 2013 – Teleroute, a leading European online freight exchange, part of Wolters Kluwer Transport Services (WKTS), is launching a new commercial offer for its customers in Germany, and will showcase its latest evolutions at the occasion of the Munich fair taking place in June 4-7, 2013.
First of all, Teleroute is launching a new flexible and predictable pricing offer in Germany, following France and the BeNeLux countries. Customers can choose between unlimited or all-inclusive pricing offers, accessible to multiple users of the same company, and at a fixed price for a better control of their budget. The new flat fee offer begins at 20€ per month for consultation only, and the full offer starts as of 69€. An exceptional domestic posting-only offer is proposed - for FREE. All Teleroute services (Route planner, Debt Mediation Service, etc.) are included in these packages.
On top of that, Teleroute customers now have the possibility to make their freight offers more visible on the other WKTS freight exchanges: Nolis in France and BursaTransport in Romania and Eastern Europe. This helps to further increase the visibility of offers posted on Teleroute to 15.000 additional transporters, which means even more efficiency for Teleroute users.
A couple of months ago, Teleroute also introduced new search criteria for small freights and vans (less than 1.6t) which proved very successful: at the end of April, 24,000 searches for small van freights were performed each day, and more than 2,200 offers of small freights posted per day.
In addition to these innovations, Teleroute introduced a new logo and launched a new, fresh communication campaign with a new website. Teleroute’s presence in social media has been pushed forward with active Facebook, YouTube and twitter channels to intensify the dialogue with customers.
“The change is there and definitely visible at Teleroute,” said Filip Aerts, Marketing Director of Wolters Kluwer Transport Services. “We have listened to our customers and adapted our offer so that they can make the most of the freight exchange.”