Ryder System Inc., a provider of transportation and supply chain management solutions, announced the launch of its new Supply Chain Solutions website, featuring expanded content and an updated design to improve the user experience. At www.ryderscs.com, customers and other businesses have access to more information about Ryder’s supply chain products and solutions, making it easier for them to assess ways that outsourced logistics services can improve their operations.
Visitors now can browse more detailed descriptions of Ryder’s broad range of logistics services, including the company’s Control Tower, Cross-Border, Origin-Destination and Reverse Logistics capabilities. The new www.ryderscs.com site also provides a one-stop-shop for accessing key customer case studies, white papers and brochures about Ryder’s supply chain products and solutions. Visitors also can access the new Supply Chain Solutions website by going to Ryder’s corporate home page at www.ryder.com and clicking on the Supply Chain navigation tab.
Visitors now easily can navigate through information about Ryder’s expertise in key industry verticals such as Automotive, Retail and Hi-Tech, and view other operational statistics and corporate information specific to Ryder’s supply chain solutions business line. In addition, the site features in-depth profiles of members of Ryder’s supply chain leadership team.
“As a leading third-party logistics provider in the NAFTA and Trans-Pacific regions, Ryder’s solutions in end-to-end supply chain management are now fully showcased through our new site www.ryderscs.com,” says Steve Dean, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Ryder Supply Chain Solutions. “It’s an exciting time to be part of the logistics industry, and we are working smarter than ever to deliver our key messages about the value that Ryder brings to the marketplace.”
Ryder Supply Chain Solutions offers a broad range of logistics management services that are designed to optimize companies’ supply chains. Ryder manages more than 18 million square feet of warehouse space and procures $4.3 billion in freight under management per year on behalf of the company’s customers.