Delta Cargo moves to expand payment options

By Damian Brett

Delta Cargo has partnered with online payment platform PayCargo and Unisys to offer customers an additional option to pay for their shipments’ destination charges

The new service for cargo shipments that originated internationally and delivered throughout the US will be available from July 10.

PayCargo said its systems can automate data flows, eliminate the need to send paper checks and enables same-day release of cargo.

“Delta Cargo is focused on making it easy to do business with us and our new collaboration with PayCargo and Unisys does just that,” said Shawn Cole, vice president – Delta Cargo.

“As we strive to become the airline of choice for our customers, we know that offering secure payment options is one way we can achieve this.”

Lionel van der Walt, president and chief executive of the Americas, PayCargo added: “This collaboration, made possible through our integration with Unisys, will facilitate significant cost and operational efficiencies by enabling staff to expedite the release of cargo without the need for accessing multiple systems, and automates data flows to save time and avoid costly human errors.”

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