Celadon Group Inc. continued its efforts to remake the company, updating its CelaTrac freight-tracking software and redesigning its corporate website.
CelaTrac allows customers to track real-time their shipments across North America. Customers also can access their load history and retrieve proof-of-delivery and bill-of lading images. The upgrade includes the ability to track load locations on a map in real time, an improved filtering and visualization of loads based on their status, and mobile optimization.
“As Celadon gets ‘Back to Basics,’ we continue to invest in the company,” President Jon Russell said.
The website was redesigned to allow for improved mobile browsing and more efficient content delivery, according to the company.
Indianapolis-based Celadon has been in the midst of a realignment and restructuring since its accounting firm in May 2017 pulled its support of financial statements dating to the previous year. Last October, Celadon acknowledged it was the subject of a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission investigation. It has replaced some of its top leadership and added members to its management team. In September, Celadon sold its flatbed operations to PS Logistics.
Celadon ranks No. 33 on the Transport Topics Top 100 list of for-hire carriers in North America.