Manufacturing Companies Need Dependable Cash Flow For:
($2,500 up to $12 million monthly)
- • Meeting Payroll
- • Purchasing Materials
- • Accelerating company growth without borrowing money
- • Negotiating Contracts with Suppliers
For manufactures of all sizes, cash flow can be a problem when companies are paying slower now more than the past. Manufacture factoring can be a great cashflow tool for you to use. Instead of waiting until the customer pays, you can receive immediate cash for your invoices. Whether it is domestically or international manufacturing factoring, we help.
Manufacturers We Finance:
Pulp and paper
Health / Medical
Food & Beverage
Anyone who is running a manufacturing business understands how tough it can be to keep the business afloat. To ensure you can still keep production running and to fulfill employee salaries and compensation you may want to look into manufacturing factoring. This is a system that is quick and simple and yet very effective if you want to keep cash flow steady in your manufacturing business. Here is a look at what it is and how it works.
What is Manufacturing Factoring?
Basically manufacturing factoring is when you sell your invoice out to a factoring company. The company will purchase the amount of your invoice instantly. Say you are contracted to manufacture a thousand bottles for a soda company and yet the payment is still weeks away, you can get your payment instantly by factoring the invoice.
Of course you won't get the full amount stated on your invoice. You will most likely be approved for 85-95% of the total invoice value. This means the remaining amount of the invoice will be held by the factoring company until your customer pays. As soon as this happens your company will receive the remaining cash, minus the factoring company’s fee.
Make the most of rates as low as 1.5% in the Manufacturing industry today. Our crew is waiting by to respond to any queries you may have.
Why Choose Us?
Rates at 0.59% - 1.5% for 30 days
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