CHICAGO, Jan. 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Apple Express, an innovative 3PL company, introduces the logistics industry's first rewards program. Keeping with their tradition of modernization and enhancing customer experience, Apple Express is making life even easier for its customers by rewarding them just for doing their job.
Apple Express has already transformed the experience of transferring goods. Now, customers have the added motivation of earning exciting rewards with each shipment made with the Apple Express. That means they can leave their shipment worries behind, go home and spend their rewards on the things that matter to them the most: from high tech toys to essentials like gas or groceries.
"With Apple Rewards you can afford the latest gadgets, top up on gas, grab a meal, or even go grocery shopping, just by making shipments," says Matt Leszczak, President of Apple Express. "Had a tough day and need to rewind with a cup of joe at your local coffee shop? No need to look for spare change – Apple Rewards has you covered!"
Apple Express stands out from other companies with its innovative, technology based approach, coupled with a skilled staff and focus on customer service. The company constantly seeks to exceed customer expectations by delivering on its promises, handling complex requirements with customizable solutions. The new rewards program is just one more way Apple Express delivers.
"Many 3PL companies and carriers will call wanting to haul your freight, promising the world - but do they deliver?" asks Leszczak. "Apple Express is here to come to your rescue - no more waiting or making endless phone calls because something needs to reach someplace at a fixed time. And now, we will not only provide excellent service, but also reward you for every load you supply us with, because we appreciate your business."
Apple Express lives up to the task of making the shipments that just can't wait, with great service to back it up. They understand the struggle that customers sometimes go through to make sure everything gets there on time, and that is the underlying idea behind rewards – making a customer's day that much brighter.
"Many people have been to that point at which they are just going through the many motions of making sure their load arrives on schedule. This becomes rather dreary," says Leszczak. "With our new rewards program, Apple Express hopes to liven things up a bit and give back to our customers."
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CHICAGO, Ill., March 31, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via PRWEB - Recent advances to the transportation industry trends are growing exponentially. This progress is expected to continue due to the rise in shipping and shipment needs.
According to the Association of American Railroads, the U.S. rail inter-modal traffic has increased by 6.4% from last year. Compared to December 2012, the freight volume increased 45% in December 2013 and had the highest level for any December since the index began in 1996. According to Apple Express, the rail transport may help an organization reduce it's over the road cost up to 30%. This will help the company to continue increasing its supply chain solutions to customers. In addition, the company's progress will receive a further boost from government policies. It is clear that President Obama is expected to present Congress with a four-year transportation budget estimated to be worth around $302 billion. This budget is aimed at improving the transport sector. This is also supported by the TIGER program which will be worth $600 billion in September 2014.
Technology is also plays an important role in revamping the transportation sector with companies such as Cummins Inc. and Peterbilt Motors Co, which are developing a truck that can achieve 10.7 miles-per-gallon. The Wal-Mart Advanced Vehicle Experience (WAVE) is achieving similar results due to the use of technology. The transportation industry has seen an 80% increase in refrigerated trailer orders, a triple-digit increase in tank trailers, double-digit growth in heavy low beds, and a 28% increase in truck and trailer orders. In addition, seven of the ten categories that the company tracks showed year-after-year growth. "The industry is in the midst of its annual 'order season,' " Frank Maly, director of commercial vehicle transportation research at ACT, said in a statement. This has led to increased activity at the company's warehouse as freight needs continue to increase into the second quarter.
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