Carriers and drivers can now use Relay to pay for weighs at 2,200+ CAT Scale locations

| April 24, 2024

The new integration marks another way Relay is helping fleets digitize over-the-
road expenses on a single payment network

 Relay Payments, the fintech company modernizing payments for the trucking and logistics industries, launched an integration enabling carriers and drivers to seamlessly pay with Relay for more over-the-road expenses. Fleets can now use their Relay accounts in the Weigh My Truck app from CAT Scale, the largest truck scale network in the world. 

“We’re committed to being a fully digital, end-to-end payments provider for trucking,” said Emily Neuman, Relay’s EVP of Operations. “Integrating with some of the most popular options to pay for scales allows drivers to use Relay to pay for all over-the-road expenses, while easily monitoring their cash flow. We have thousands of customers who now use Relay for fuel, unloading, broker, and scale payments.”

The robust integration lets drivers use Relay to pay for scales at more than 2,200 locations, providing nationwide coverage. Carriers benefit by being able to leverage existing Relay accounts to consolidate fuel, lumper, scales, cash, and other over-the-road transactions, unify reporting and simplify back-office management.

“We are pleased that Relay Payments customers can now use their account for Weigh My Truck transactions and realize the significant time savings it offers,” says Heather DeBaillie, VP of Operations and Marketing for CAT Scale.

Relay introduced its modern digital payment solution in 2019. Fleets rapidly adopted the platform, foregoing archaic payment methods like cash, checks, and fleet cards, and gaining increased hours of service and supply chain efficiencies as a result. Relay’s payment network has continued to expand, allowing fleets to make fast and secure fuel, unloading, scales, and other over-the-road payments across the country. Relay is now trusted by more than 350,000 drivers, 90,000 carriers, 1,500+ truckstops.

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