Purchase Order Financing for Manufacturing
We work closely with contract manufacturers to secure funding based on outstanding purchase orders. Rather than focusing on your company’s balance sheet, we will base our financing decisions on the strength of your customer, and their creditworthiness. We will take into consideration the length of time they have been operating, their net worth, financial statements, credit rating and how current they are on paying outstanding invoices.
This type of option allows you, the manufacturer, to benefit in numerous ways including:
- Nearly immediate access to cash– we can typically provide financing within 48 hours of approval.
- Customized approach– you determine which purchase orders you want to factor. We work closely with you to understand your needs and we can create a funding program that best meets your needs.
- Allows you to accelerate your growth– if you do not need to worry about having cash to fund the manufacturer, you will be able to seek out larger orders from your customers. This can help you grow your business more rapidly and offer more flexible terms to your customers.
PO financing enables you to deal with large orders, expand your production and promote business growth all without worrying that doing so will eliminate the cash you have on hand.
Accounts Receivable Factoring
Some manufacturing companies have the raw materials on hand to fulfill a contract. However, once they have delivered the final goods, they may have to wait up to 90 days for payment. When you work with us, you can submit your invoice to us after the final product is delivered to your customer, and in some cases, receive and advance against the invoice within 48 hours after approval. This is a bonus because it allows you to move onto the next job or project in advance of receiving payment from your customer. Whether you decide to factor a single invoice, or you prefer to factor multiple invoices, we will help you find the right solution for your business.
No Negatives on Your Balance Sheet
One of the primary reasons more manufacturers are turning to accounts receivable and purchase order financing to address their cash flow needs is they are not taking on debt. Because both PO financing and invoice factoring are tied to either a contract to deliver products, or an invoice after a product is delivered, you are receiving a cash advance.
Today, a company’s strength is often measured by their balance sheet. You can continue to grow your business, hire new employees, and take advantage of vendor discounts when you have nearly immediate access to cash based on your sales. Having cash on hand ensures your business can continue to grow and thrive and not be concerned about not having the cash you need to meet your everyday obligations.
If you are a manufacturing company or a contract manufacturer and you are considering expanding, or you simply need additional cash flow to help you meet your financial obligations, consider contacting us for help. Let a Capstone Capital Group representative explore the various financing options available to help your business continue to grow and thrive. Never allow a lack of ready cash prevent you from expanding your business or prevent you from accepting a large contract.
Capstone is committed to helping manufacturers and contract manufacturers in various industries. For more information regarding our financing options, please email us at [email protected] or call us at 347-821-3400 to speak with a representative today. We will work with you to develop a customized financing program that will allow you to accept larger contracts, purchase raw materials needed to fill existing contracts, or meet your immediate cash flow needs.