PT Angkasa Pura Logistik (APLog) began implementing cashless payments for cargo services to facilitate the transaction system.
JAKARTA (infolog): PT Angkasa Pura Logistik’s Senior Legal & Corporate Secretary Manager Genia Sembada said that cashless society is part of the company’s efforts to continue to encourage transaction convenience, especially for customers who want to record more accurate, and safe, finances.
According to him, the implementation of non-cash payments is also an added value for the company so that in the future it does not rule out the possibility of a similar application to be applied in addition to the airport.
“In the future, some of our services may not only be at the airport but in other services that we will complete with similar features,” he explained, Tuesday (08/28/2018) quoted by Bisnis.com as saying.
Currently, non-cash payments from the collaboration with PT Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) Tbk have only been applied for cargo, airplane and postal inspection services at APLog’s cargo terminals in terms of cargo and postal handling services.
Meanwhile, the services available in APLog or Total Baggage Solution, including payment of wrapping services, strapping services, services in regulated agents (RA) for payment of cargo inspection services, to airplane posts.
“The hope is to make this customer feel more flexible in making payment transactions. To utilize cashless technology because it is considered more precise for them (customers),” he explained.
Bank BNI Institutional Relations Director Adi Sulistyowati has developed a virtual debit account that can provide payment and control facilities for users of logistics and cargo services.
In addition, virtual debit accounts also prevent the risk of using cash.
“One way to streamline queue time is cashless or non-cash payment systems. The cashless payment system from BNI is made possible by the presence of virtual debit accounts and applications based on scanning QR codes, “he said. (ac)