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Fleet Care Transport Debuts New Interactive Customer Website

July 14, 2011- Press Release

MERRILLVILLE, IN - Fleet Care Transport, a division of CLR Auto Transport, is excited to announce the launch of their new Client interactive website at

Pat Shaw, owner and President of Fleet Care Transport, said this new customer tool will aid their current and future clients with the administration of their fleets when it comes to relocation services. “This new site will allow our clients to request a transportation or storage quote, consign a vehicle to Fleet Care Transport, and also provide 24/7 status updates on each of their units. We hope our clients take advantage of this new tool, and hopefully it will assist them in their day to day fleet operations.”

Sales and Marketing Director, Larry Janus added, “We are excited about taking this next big step to providing our customers with the internet tool they have asked for. This new site will only add to our already outstanding customer service and the value that we provide to the Fleet Industry.” 

Fleet Care Transport is a division of CLR Auto Transport and specializes in vehicle transportation, vehicle storage, DMV services, and reconditioning/maintenance programs for the Commercial Fleet Industry.

To get more information regarding services and user access to their Client Portal visit Fleet Care Transport at

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