Payment platforms leverage data flow capabilities to battle airport congestion

August 7, 2020 Alex Lennane

Payment platforms see a role beyond their core function, and are helping alleviate congestion at busy air freight gateways.
Despite a double-digit drop in throughput against a year ago, airports have been struggling to cope; last month, forwarders reported delays in collecting cargo at Chicago, Los Angeles, New York JFK and Dallas/Fort Worth.
“It’s all changed with Covid-19,” said Chuck Menini, director of information services of CargoSprint, a provider of digital freight ...

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