Fretbay Online Transport Marketplace - Making UK Routes Green And More Environment-Friendly
Released on: December 23, 2011, 7:01 am
Caroline Smith, Communication Executive FretBay
Internet & Online
FretBay (https://fretbay.com) the first FREE European Online transport marketplace, providing reliable cheap transport and logistic solution to individual users and companies declared 2012 as a year that will make United Kingdom routes more environment friendly and clean.
While talking to media FretBay elaborates it's expansion plans of offering UK transporters with a new online system that will provide real time enhanced route planning facilities helping in optimizing truck capacities.
The system will help transport service providers and couriers in optimizing the partial filled vehicles on a given route. Over 25% of lorries run completely empty of cargo and over 50% run only part-full.
Answering how this will happen, FretBay spokesperson explained that the site offers it's users to post FREE transport demands as listings.
The transport demand can be for anything to anywhere at anytime .The most common listings are the requests for transport for motorbikes, cars, boats, furniture and house hold stuff, pianos, electrical and machinery equipments, agricultural and industrial machinery, horses and full home or office removals . These transport listings are immediately visible to member transporters and they can offer their transport quotes in real time.
The users are free to accept any transport offer at any time. Users can consult profiles of transporters before accepting thier offers. The profile contains rating and feed back of transporters left my users who did business with them in the past thus helping users to identify reliable transporters. FretBay encourages professional and declared transport service providers on site.
This helps not only in finding cheap shipping solution but helps in reducing deadly gases that are major cause of pollution.
A recent survey conducted by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders showed 31% of the UK's 3.5 million lorries failed to meet Euro-3 emission standards. Road freight especially is under pressure, in the UK new emission regulations and taxations could see an average transport service company's operating costs increase dramatically.
The recent environment talks in Durban have underlined the increasing importance placed on reducing climate change. This build up further pressure on road haulage companies to meet environment friendly commitments.
Though it is difficult in the time of crisis for a shift to environment friendly vehicles for most of the transport firms, however, it is still possible to make full use of trucks capacities to avoid unnecessary trips on roads.
FretBay system will play key role in optimising these vehicles by providing real-time grouping opportunities and by providing loads for empty returns. Transport and haulage companies can consult transport demands and loads in real time and can optimize their trips in last minutes.
FretBay is inviting all UK and European transport service providers to take part in this environmental program and. No subscription fee or long term engagement is demanded.
About FretBay: Created in January 2008, FretBay is the first European online transportation marketplace. Since its creation FretBay helped thousands of users to find cheap, reliable and environment friendly transport solutions for all destination in Europe. Today FretBay sites are operating for United Kingdom, France, Belgium, Spain, Switzerland, Luxembourg, The Netherlands and soon starting in Italy and Germany.
FretBay is titled as "Green Initiative" company in Europe and declared as the most innovative transport solution company.
FretBay helps consumers to save up to 75% on their transport and shipment needs by matching their demands with vehicles going in same destinations.
FretBay is providing thousands of professional European transportation firms solution to cut down CO2 emissions and helping them to increase their revenue by optimising their spare load capacity.
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