Despite the market turbulence that has affected the cargo transportation sector in the last few months, Truckola, an asset-free, full-solution, tech-enabled interstate FTL transportation service provider, has been defying demonetization woes and an industry-wide slowdown, with robust month-on-month growth, having grown over 60 percent in the last two months.
This success was recently celebrated by Truckola with the launch of Kings Club, a one-of-a-kind loyalty program for its B2B customers.
Kings Club membership is currently by invitation only and is offered to a select group of Truckola's customers. Under the program, Truckola offers some of its exclusive members lowest shipping prices, guaranteed vehicle availability, online documentation such as billing and proof-of-delivery, and free vehicle tracking.
Customers enrolled in the program are also provided a dedicated account manager and operations team, in addition to free market intelligence reports, monthly analytics, and access to company white papers. Over and above these benefits, members will also receive special invites to trainings and conferences organized by Truckola.
"We currently have more than 100+ customers across various industries. The Kings Club program is a way for us to re-pledge our commitment with our customers, and reward them for their continued association with our platform with value-added offerings. We remain committed to providing end-to-end transport solutions to all our customers and making their transport operations reliable, cost efficient, transparent and stress free," said Founder and CEO Truckola, Raghav Himatsingka.
With nearly 50,000 trucks listed on its platform, Truckola uses proprietary technology to deliver unparalleled service for all transportation requirements of its clients mainly manufacturers and traders. The company currently operates out of 15 locations across India, and is additionally present in over 40 cities through its partner network.
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