Diy Shipping Portal
Due to the amount of both individual POV shippers and high-volume corporate shippers that ship with Diy Transport every day, we made the decision to transition to our Easy Auto Ship platform to service private customers all over the world and dedicate Diy Transport, Inc. as a complete Auto Transport Solutions and Technology company. We released the Diy Shipping Portal, an easy-to-use, mobile-friendly shipping portal that lets experienced shippers truly Do It Yourself, or take advantage of our full service team! Create and manage quotes and orders, monitor performance, track shipments, and more!
Constantly Raising The Bar
Diy Transport currently has a team of 36 employees who are dedicated to providing our customers with an excellent shipping experience from the first phone call to the last. Our network of carriers is constantly growing, but still held to the high standards that our customers have come to expect.
Inspections On The Road
Buying a used or classic car online can be risky, as some wear and tear is not visible in pictures. Always on the lookout for ways to improve the auto shipping experience for our customers, Diy launched our Inspection Services Division to provide our customers with a reliable inspection before they buy online.
DIY Transport releases their international shipping platform, Easy Auto Ship.
By the end of 2017, Diy Transport had expanded to 29 employees, with thousands of vetted, reliable carriers shipping thounsands of cars, motorcycles, heavy machinery, and more every month.
Determined to make the auto shipping process even easier and more technology-based, Diy Transport introduced Digital BOLs, as well as GPS tracking and timestamping for shipments, allowing customers more control and expediting the process of pickup and delivery.
Diy Transport released the industry's first interactive shipping widget, making it easier for dealerships, car auctions, moving companies, and other frequent shippers to provide their customers with an instant quote to ship cars directly from the website to their home, as well as capture web traffic and increase revenue.Get Our Shipping Calculator Widget
Diy Transport launched the Diy Portal for dealerships, car auctions, moving companies, and other frequent shippers. The portal allows users to post their own shipments to loadboards through Ebot, automate load bidding, and ship multiple cars at a discount.
Shortly after the new website launch, Diy Transport launched Ebot, the virtual broker. Ebot allows those who are familiar with the industry to truly Do It Yourself and save money. By posting your shipment to Ebot, the money that would normally go to the broker goes right back into your pocket
Joining Forces with Hemmings
Diy Transport joined forces with Hemmings.com to provide all of their visitors with instant auto shipping quotes through the Diy Shipping Widget.
The Diy Transport office undergoes remodeling, providing the team with a modern, tech-friendly workspace, as well as dedicated rooms for the Dispatch Team, Human Resources & Customer Service Team, Business Development Department, and Digital Strategy Department. With the new office and 25 employees to keep it running smoothly, Diy Transport quickly became a titan in the auto transportation industry.
In order to handle the influx of customers, Diy Transport expanded to 13 employees.
Leading the Industry
Diy Transport partered with TAQ, a web-based auto shipping software that connects brokers and carriers, to become the leaders in instant quoting technology.
The Future of Auto Transport
After realizing that the ability to provide instant, accurate quotes for auto transport was the future of gaining market share and trust within the industry, Diy Transport took steps to make it a reality.
After bringing in our first 5 employees, we acquired our first official office space to accomodate the growing business.
The company moved north, relocating to Boardman, Ohio.
Diy Transport started out with just CEO Eric Ray and one employee operating out of a home office in Miami, Florida. They focused on learning the best practices for shipping cars and filling the technology gaps in the industry.