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Bennett DriveAway launches upgraded website

July 5 - Georgia-based high and heavy vehicle transport company Bennett DriveAway has launched a new website for corporate customers.

Bennett DriveAway says that the site features easier navigation and transactional tools to provide customers with 24/7 access to their vehicle shipments.

Headquartered in McDonough, Georgia, USA, Bennett DriveAway is one of seven operating companies affiliated withBennett International Group, a diversified transportation services company. It moves vehicles such as light and heavy-duty vehicles including city transit buses, motor homes, straight trucks, tractors, tractor-trailer combinations, utility trucks, airline ground support equipment and other rolling stock.

Customers visiting the website can schedule and track shipments, get rate quotes, view documents, locate service centres and view interactive features to find the service to best fit their needs. Bennett expects to introduce several future updates on an incremental basis. The new features will be designed to allow improved site search and a more customised user experience for Bennett's corporate and government customers.

"On average, Bennett transports about 40,000 heavy and specialised vehicles a year for companies around the world," said Bennett International group executive vice president Lee Gentry. "This robust website gives our customers the valuable technology and tools they need to manage vehicle deliveries, quickly and efficiently."

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