Air Cargo Netherlands signs up with PayCargo

By Rachelle Harry

Dutch air cargo association Air Cargo Netherlands (ACN) has signed up with PayCargo’s encrypted online platform to help it simplify members’ and delegates’ payment transactions.

PayCargo, which last year processed $4bn in transactions for logistics firms, has tailored its platform to support ACN’s needs.

ACN is the only airfreight association in the Netherlands with more than 300 members. It aims to develop the Dutch air cargo industry through educational projects, digital innovation, and increased transparency and connectivity between supply chain members.

Maarten van As, managing director at ACN, commented: “We want to make adopting this new solution as easy as possible for ACN members to prepare for the future while underscoring the importance of digitisation across the air cargo value chain. 

“To practice what we preach as an industry organization, our members can now pay their membership fee through PayCargo to become familiar with new digital solutions that will drive efficiency in the cargo chain.”

Adriaan Reinders, chief executive of PayCargo Europe, added: “ACN has done a huge amount in recent years for the progression of the air cargo industry in the Netherlands by promoting digital solutions and the benefits of adopting a versatile digital payment system.

“They are not just preaching about the benefits of digital solutions, they are leading by example.”

PayCargo works closely with IBS Software, Unisys, Champ Cargosystems, Accelya, Kale and others to broaden access to contactless digital payments.

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