Nallian partners with PayCargo on import cargo payment

Air cargo software firm Nallian has integrated payment platform PayCargo into its cargo slot management system to help speed up the process of picking up cargo from airports. The partnership means that freight forwarders and trucking firms can book a pick-up slot from handlers using the Nallian Truck Visit Management System and the PayCargo system will manage all payments and transactions related to the import cargo. The companies said this means that upon arrival, drivers no longer have to wait to make payments and can immediately proceed to the dock door assigned to them.

“This integrated approach enhances operational efficiency, enables faster cargo release, and reduces paperwork and administration,” the companies claimed.

Eduardo Del Riego, chief executive of PayCargo, said: “We are thrilled to partner with Nallian to offer an integrated solution that addresses the evolving needs of the air cargo industry. By combining our expertise, we enable our customers to streamline truck visits, accelerate payments, and achieve greater success.”

Nallian chief executive Jean Verheyen added: “We are committed to driving innovation and delivering value to our customers. Our collaboration with PayCargo represents a strategic alignment of our shared vision to raise the bar for efficient, paperless freight management.

“It will allow our customers to better coordinate activities so they increase efficiency and reduce their environmental impact.”

The use of slot booking systems has been on the rise in recent years as companies look to reduce waiting times by spreading cargo pick-ups more evenly throughout the week and by giving the handler more information to prepare cargo.