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Improve shipping payables efficiency.

Use carrier payment options to improve cash flow and flexibility. We’re ready to lend.

Carrier payment options

The current surge in shipping and fulfillment is putting a squeeze on cash flow across industries. This is where we can help. Use our carrier payment options to ensure your carriers get paid on time, every time, while you get more time to pay. This helps simplify your accounts payable by consolidating all your carrier invoices into a single payment, while extending your payment terms.

We’re uniquely qualified to understand your challenges. That’s because Pitney Bowes helps connect our clients to over 200 countries and territories every day. In other words, shipping and logistics is in our DNA. That’s why our financial professionals may be able to offer you smarter, more tailored solutions than other lenders.

Talk to us about a better way to pay your carriers: One bill, one payment. Plus get an extended billing cycle and standardized payment terms for multiple carriers.

At The Pitney Bowes Bank, Inc., Member FDIC, we have a long-standing tradition of supporting businesses like yours. We understand the importance of making capital available to help you operate more efficiently, especially when other lenders have retreated. Please get in touch. We welcome the chance to meet your financing needs.

Learn more about our financing options. Get your questions answered. We’re here to help.

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Term, collateral and structure are subject to review and approval. Certain other collateral exclusions apply, including but not limited to used equipment, aircraft, railcars, other transportation vehicles, energy, construction and agricultural equipment. Certain minimum financing amounts also apply. This is not a commitment to lend, and is not intended to create, a legally binding obligation on either of us.