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Redesigned LTL Website for Saia

February 1, 2013
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The launch of two updated web sites represents the final phase of a re-branding campaign for Saia. The effort began with the introduction of the company’s new service groups – Saia TL Plus and Saia Logistics Services. Through these groups, Saia has added core capabilities in truckload, expedited, and third-party logistic services, the company said.

“Each new web site offers intuitive, one-click navigation,” explained Sally Buchholz, vice president. “Additionally, the sites now feature faster loading and processing speeds and tighter security for our shippers. They also have been designed so that they are more tablet-friendly since many of our customers are accessing web sites and managing their supply chains through mobile devices.”

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