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Livestock Factoring

Livestock hauling factoring is available to haulers subject to certain criteria. For example, we treat livestock hauling factoring deals like any other trucking factoring deal. There might be certain issues when our customer is either dealing with produce (PACA) or if the trucker is a distributor or middleman and there are concerns such as the farmer getting paid for his livestock. If our customer is just hauling the livestock load like any other carrier, there should not be problems or additional complications.

Our team of freight factoring professionals are experts on the cash flow issues that livestock trucking and transportation companies and carriers in the United States and Canada face on a daily basis.

We have a freight funding program that is very competitive and tailored specifically to fit the financial requirements of truckers, it offers quick funding solutions, low rates and high advances on invoices/freight bills.

We can fund clients with smaller needs starting at $25,000 to those who need funds advanced of $10 Million a month or more.   As our customer, you will be dealing directly with the decision makers and an application and funding process that is simple and straightforward.




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