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In the ideal world, carriers who need funding would receive a loan from a bank. However, loans are limited to the credit amount and therefore cannot sustain the ongoing billing and new invoices being generated by the trucking company.  Freight factoring is what creates a constant cash flow, an ongoing supply of capital based on outstanding and new freight bills.

Here are a few of the benefits of our freight factoring product: 
  • Up to 97% advances on freight bills
  • Non-recourse freight factoring (Up to $3 million)
  • Factoring facilities up to $35 million (For larger brokerages)
  • Competitive rates and flexible terms
  • Fuel Card for added convenience and savings at the pump
  • Free load board to help you have full loads on each trip
  • Complete online account management
  • Perform free credit checks on your customers 24/7
  • Simple application to funding process
  • Funding for established carriers and startup trucking companies
  • And more...
If your cash flow leaves your trucking company short on a daily basis, it's time to consider freight factoring.  For more information call 1 (888) 331-3839 or visit us online at


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