Supply Chain Finance

Supply chain factoring expedites cash flow, providing an infusion of working capital to manufacturers, distributors and other supply chain businesses.

We help manufacturers and distributors access the working capital needed to grow more quickly.

Funding can be used for many different purposes, such as improving operational efficiencies, lowering operating costs, buying or leasing equipment, making repairs, fulfilling bigger orders, or taking on new business more quickly.

This type of financing is ideal for supply chain, logistics, energy, telecom, and similar utilities, manufacturers, distributors and — often — the vendors and suppliers who serve companies in industries such as:

  • Transportation and trucking
  • Logistics and distribution
  • Textiles and clothing
  • Groceries, food production, and beverages
  • Beer, wine and spirits
  • Staffing and temporary work agencies
  • Cable and telecom installation and construction
  • Oil and gas, mining, and other energy industry companies and contractors
  • Manufacturing – and many other industries

Find out more about supply chain finance by requesting a free quote. In most cases, we can provide a free, no-obligation quote for supply chain business financing in as little as 24-48 hours.

Supply Chain Finance – Invoice Factoring


Apply and get supply chain finance options that are well-aligned to your company’s financial needs and goals.


Leverage your supply chain finance solution and go from approval to funding as quickly as 1 business day.


Use cash flow and working capital to grow your business faster.

Supply Chain Factoring Calculator

Factoring infuses cash flow into your business by unlocking money that might otherwise be tied up in customer invoices for weeks – or even months.

Supply Chain Finance – How it works

Let’s say you wanted to introduce a process improvement that would allow you to fulfill 20 percent more customer orders in the same period of time. The $8,000 in sales you would normally have made in a given week could be increased to $10,000 over the course of a year, resulting in $104,000 more in sales.

However, in order to make the improvement, you need to invest $10,000 into new technology for your business, and lack working capital to make this investment while still meeting operational costs. You decide to factor $12,000 worth of unpaid customer invoices, and gain immediate access to 90% of the face value of those invoices.

Cash in hand, you invest in the new technology needed to increase annual revenue by over one hundred thousand dollars, at a low financing cost which would be erased in less than the amount of the increased sales you made in one week.

  • Invoice Amount: $10,800
  • Immediate Access to Working Capital – You Receive: $10,260
  • Factoring Fee of 3%: *$324
  • Reserve or Holdback Amount: $216

*Reserve/holdback is any money held back until your customer pays the invoice, at which time it is released to you.

We would be happy to provide you with a free, no-obligation quote for supply chain factoring services. Submit a no-obligation request for a quote to find out more about how factoring invoices could benefit your company.

*Sample factoring fee shown at 3%. Your factoring fee could be as low as 1%!

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Supply Chain Finance – Expedite Cash Flow by Factoring Invoices

Invoice factoring expedites cash flow for supply chain organizations by giving them immediate access to the working capital tied up in unpaid customer invoices. We offer supply chain factoring with benefits like these, tailored to your preferences:

  • Fees as low as 1%
  • Fast funding – as little as 1 business day
  • High advance rates with low holdbacks
  • No upfront fees
  • No long-term contracts
  • No factoring minimums -you choose which invoices to factor
  • No add-on or hidden fees
  • No application or due diligence fees
  • Financing without taking on debt
  • Friendly, professional customer service

With expedited cash flow, manufacturers and distributors in the supply chain can improve their ability to meet payroll and operating expenses, improve processes to create efficiencies, take on new business more quickly, or fulfill bigger orders.

Supply chain organizations can leverage improved cash flow to negotiate discounts with vendors and suppliers and extend more generous payment terms to customers as a competitive advantage since waiting for customers to pay is no longer a concern.

Invoice factoring can be a fast, cost-effective way to finance a manufacturing or distribution business when a lack of working capital is all that prevents them from executing business growth strategies. We would be happy to provide you with a no-cost, no-obligation quote so that you can determine whether unlocking the working capital tied up in customer receivables could help you grow your business more quickly.