Find new efficiencies at every mile of your supply chain.

Gain visibility and improve control.

Our automated payment solution tracks and reports delivery performance, processes and pays invoices, provides detailed reports highlighting savings opportunities and conducts audits.

Increase savings.

Access a wealth of process improvement opportunities. Items that can be identified within your supply chain to help reduce cost include vendor misuse of accounts, optimized mode selection and incorrect delivery address and location coding.

Enhance strategic decision making and optimize contract negotiations.

Dynamic, real-time reporting and robust shipping data coupled with proactive account management gives your organization unprecedented visibility to information that can drive more cost-efficient shipping decisions.

Automate cost recovery.

U.S. Bank Freight Payment identifies events that trigger overpayment and recovers the costs.

Improve process efficiencies.

Automate the process of preparing and organizing small parcel invoices for payment, eliminating the need for manual management and free up staff time from invoice processing tasks.

Avoid uncertainties with last-mile delivery.

The variables of last-mile delivery often result in unexpected charges and service failures for shipping small packages and parcels. See how you can avoid these costly errors with U.S. Bank Freight Payment.

Get enhanced financial visibility, accountability and planning.

Decision management

Optimize your rate and mode, carrier selection, contract governance and revenue tier management.


Audit contracts, billing, service performances, rebates and rates.

Financial control

Access greater financial control with cost allocation, invoice payments, preparation, and GL/AR coding.

Business intelligence

Get heightened insight with custom and dashboard reporting, forecasting and trending and real time, on demand data.

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The creditor and issuer of U.S. Bank charge cards is U.S. Bank National Association, pursuant to separate licenses from Visa U.S.A., Inc., and Mastercard® International Inc.

Notice: Foreign-denominated transactions are subject to foreign currency exchange risk. Customers are not protected against foreign currency exchange rate fluctuations by FDIC insurance, or any other insurance or guaranty program.

The foregoing products are available solely for business transactions and not for personal, family or household transactions.