Manufacturing

Production Financing for Manufacturing Companies

Managing cash flow is always a challenge for manufacturing company owners. Company managers always walk a fine line trying to balance income and expenses. Paying suppliers, covering overhead, running production, and building inventory all place immediate financial demands on your company. Meanwhile, your clients demand longer payment terms. These conflicting demands affect your cash flow […]

How to Finance a Manufacturing Company

Manufacturing companies have very dynamic financing needs. However, when they need financing, managers often resort to conventional loans. While they can solve many problems, manufacturing business loans are not always the best solution. No single financial product can always be used effectively in every situation. Instead, the financing you use depends on the situation you […]

Manufacturing Loans – Six Financing Options

Manufacturing companies tend to be resource-intensive business. They often require financing at some point. Generally, manufacturing companies need funds to: Fulfill new purchase orders Pay bills Cover payroll Buy materials Purchase machinery and equipment Acquire real estate However, a business loan is not your only option. In fact, it may not usually be your best […]

Financing For Chemical Manufacturing Companies

Managing the cash flow of a small chemical manufacturing company can be complicated. Unless the company has financial reserves, it probably needs financing to operate effectively. For most chemical manufacturing companies, working capital problems arise because of the difference between how expenses are managed and how revenues are received. A common cash flow problem Chemical manufacturing […]

Factoring Financing For Manufacturing Businesses

Most manufacturing companies eventually need business financing to grow. It’s just the nature of this working-capital-intensive business. For example, most manufacturers have regular expenses, such as raw material suppliers, equipment leases, rent, and staffing costs. These expenses add up quickly. However, the revenues to cover these expenses often flow in slowly because most commercial, industrial, and government clients […]

Invoice Factoring for Tool and Die Companies

Most tool and die businesses – making jigs, fixtures, dies, or other components – have a common cash flow problem. They have immediate expenses, such as raw materials and components, equipment suppliers, machine repairs, and staffing costs, that tend to add up quickly. On the other hand, most revenues flow in slowly because corporate clients demand payment […]

How to Finance a Pallet Manufacturing and Distribution Company

Running a pallet manufacturing and distribution company can be challenging. You have to manage the logistics of your supply and vendor chain while tracking your customer orders – all while keeping an eye on your cash flow to make sure you can keep the business running. Managing cash flow can be tricky, especially for companies without big capital reserves. […]

How to Finance a Machining and Metal Working Company

As a machine shop owner, you experience the constant tug-of-war between expenses and revenues. On one hand, suppliers demand prompt payments, employees need to be paid every week or two weeks, and you have other expenses piling on. On the other hand, industrial and commercial customers usually pay invoices in net-30 to net-70 days. Unless you […]