The Transport & Logistics industry is highly competitive. So it’s important to have a web site that quickly takes the user where they need to be too. At iWeb, we’ve recently delivered three brochure sites for different clients in the that industry that make sourcing replacement vehicle parts a breeze.
All three solutions have been designed and built using WordPress – an open source, web-based software program that allows anybody to maintain a website. It’s iWeb’s choice for scalable, cost effective Content Management Systems (CMS). With thousands of plug-ins available to customise any site, development costs are kept low and iWeb can pass on this cost benefit to our clients.
TVS Supply Chain Solutions (www.tvsscs.com) is a Lancashire-based logistics company that predominantly works in the automotive sector. iWeb delivered a WordPress-based solution to help the company promote its products, services & sectors. The resulting design is clean, simple and easy to navigate.
Meanwhile, iWeb also provided another WordPress solution to Multipart (www.multipart-parts.com) – another Lancashire company distributing vehicle parts for light commercial vehicles. We designed and built their main portal site, along with three branded sub-sites to portray products, dealers and case studies. A browsable Electronic Parts Catalogue section allows dealers to order and pay for parts quickly and easily, Users can also view the location of their nearest Multipart, LDV or TVR part dealer via Google Maps.
Globe Transport Products (www.gtpltd.co.uk) are a Birmingham-based supplier of replacement parts for commercial vehicles, including Scania, Volvo, DAF. Their new iWeb-design WordPress web site not only helps users source parts, but also promotes products and company news stories.
At iWeb, we have extensive experience in many different industry sectors, not just Transport & Logistics. So if you need expert advice to complement your specific line of business – or want to find out more about the capabilities of the WordPress platform – why not get in touch today?