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Operinter launches its new website more accessible, modern and secure

Operinter has updated its presence in the digital world with the improvement of its website www.operinter.com. The new page, which was launched a few weeks ago, has a modern design, is more accessible and also more secure because it has the SSL certificate. The page is available in Spanish and English.

The objective with this new digital version is that it can be a fundamental tool to connect with clients and also with collaborators, in addition to showing all the services we offer. On the other hand, the “Work with us” section allows you to access the job offers generated by the company by linking to the Infojobs and Linkedin portals.

In addition, and to be an accessible website, you can contact directly with Operinter staff through the instant messaging system WhatsApp, an option present in all moments of navigation. This allows you to interact with any visitor to the page who wants to. Finally, work has been done to ensure that the website has a responsive design, that is to say, that it guarantees a perfect visualization of the entire website regardless of the device whether it is a computer, a tablet, or a mobile phone.

News section

Another of the main novelties of the website is that it has a news section that is constantly being updated. News that has been generated by each of the delegations, for example, participation in a fair, the marketing of a service or any initiative related to training or Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). It will help both employees and customers to find out about the company’s latest news.

Map with all delegations

In order to be a useful website, a world map has been designed where all the delegations of the group appear, as well as a small file of each one with the postal address, the contact telephone number and the e-mail address. In this way you can contact one of the offices distributed in the four continents and which have more than 400 professionals.
In short, one more step in the search for an agile and fluid contact in version 2.0 between the different actors involved in the freight forwarding logistics chain.

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