PayCargo, a financial platform for moving money and remittance information between payers and vendors, recently collaborated with Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport and IT business Kale Logistics Solutions to set up the first air cargo community system (ACCS) in the USA.
The PayCargo platform underpins the ACCS, giving all stakeholders visibility of the payment status, eliminating delays or unproductive truck trips for shipment pick-up from the hub.
The ACCS allows stakeholders to communicate electronically with each other, as well as shippers, airlines, trucking companies, customs brokers, freight forwarders and cargo handlers.
The ACCS also facilitates and streamlines the transportation of goods and information, to, and from, the Georgia state airport, which is one of the busiest in the USA.
It has been used to eliminate duplicate data entry work, and excessive documentation, and addresses truck congestion issues, enabling improved customer focus and expedited processes.
“We are proud of partnering with PayCargo and happy that their payment platform is powering North America’s first community system. The integration of PayCargo with the community system, all relevant parties have the visibility of the payment status,” said Mr. Amar More, Director, Kale Logistics.
Kale is also working with Microsoft to incorporate Artificial Intelligence (AI) into the ACCS, enabling it to handle complex airfreight-related scenarios that could arise at the airport or elsewhere in the supply chain.
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