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Livestock Hauling Factoring

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Livestock hauling factoring is available to carriers (no sole-proprietorship) with well-experienced management and a strong client base, and 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 dealing with produce under the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act (PACA)
  • There could be a problem if the trucker is delivering livestock on a sale that is subject to payment
  • Or 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 like any other load and has other non-livestock loads to factor, there should be no problems
  • We also look at personal credit and debtor credit

This is an affiliate program with a team of freight factoring professionals that are experts on the cash flow issues that trucking and transportation companies and carriers in the United States and Canada face on a daily basis.  Rates and terms are very competitive and tailored specifically to fit the financial requirements of truckers, it offers quick funding solutions and high advances on invoices/freight bills.  You will be dealing with the decision makers and an application and funding process that is simple and straightforward.

Minimum: $50,000 (Monthly)
Maximum: $15 Million (availability as you grow)
Advances:  Up to 85%-90% (Higher on a case by case basis)
Rates: Competitive (Our objective is to beat our competition)

Fuel Advances
No Minimums


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