Receive faster, more accurate freight payment

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As a freight carrier, you run a cash intensive business. Between dealing with driver shortages and changing regulations, the last thing you need is to be chasing down payments from your shippers. 

U.S. Bank Freight Payment is designed to help you avoid payment obstacles, reduce staff time in processing exceptions, and get paid quickly – so you can keep your business moving forward.

U.S. Bank Freight Payment can help carriers like you:

  • Decrease days sales outstanding; receive payment upon freight invoice approval
  • Collaborate online with shippers to quickly resolve exceptions
  • Improve cash flow management with clear visibility into the payment process and status of all pending invoices
  • Eliminate costly rebills with improved account reconciliation accuracy and timeliness
  • Reduce dependency on accounts receivable insurance
  • Increase productivity with dedicated carrier support

We help you leverage best practices, uncover operational efficiencies and strengthen your shipper relationships. Depend on the strength and carrier industry expertise of U.S. Bank Freight Payment, so you can focus on running and growing your business.

Contact us today.

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