Since 1978, Cardinal Couriers has earned a reputation for waking up with the farmers. Committed to making rural deliveries before 8 a.m., Cardinal doesn’t make the Ontario agricultural community waste time awaiting packages. When it is sent with Cardinal, it will be there before breakfast! With this kind of reputation propelling it, it’s no wonder that Cardinal has since branched out into other industries. While the agrarian community still makes up the core of its clientele, Cardinal has partnered with vaunted international firms in industries such as automotive OEM, automotive aftermarket, industrial, HVAC, high tech, medical, construction, utility, marine and many more. Any industry you can name is one that Cardinal is doing business with.
Cardinal has always managed to keep ahead of industry trends. Cardinal’s new online system is a fully equipped web service designed with making the user experience the top priority. Every step of the shipping process is automated through this system. From point of shipping, tracking and tracing to arrival at the destination, two-way wireless scanners keep track of it all. This allows clients to keep abreast of their parcels while drivers can view and access data while updating dispatchers of their current locations and status. Cardinal’s waybill imaging system allows users to scan and upload the actual delivery documentation, making it easy to access with just the waybill number.
Prospective high volume shippers should also look into the CARS 2000 shipping system. The Courier Administration Reporting System is an in-house solution that Cardinal has developed specifically for high volume clients. The company is so confident in its efficiency, that they provide, install and maintain a computer within their clients shipping departments.
Cardinal’s fleet is a veritable Swiss Army knife, with tractor trailers, cube vans, three and five ton tailgated trucks, all equipped to switch from standard courier freight to skids.
Cardinal maintains the security of its client’s shipping needs by maintaining an average of two years for line haul and heavy equipment trucks, while outfitting their vehicles with air ride suspension, logistics racks and logistics tracking. They have a unit and accompanying gear for any shipping problem. With Cardinal when you rise with the sun, you also rise to the goods you need, safely arrived and ready for use.