Manufacturing Sector

Release the value of your invoices

Manufacturing companies of all sizes can benefit from funding their cashflow with Capital Factor. Capital Factor can help unlock the value of your accounts receivables, even if you are a small-scale company or part of the informal trade that does not qualify for a bank loan. Capital Factor does not look at your credit history but that of your customers. The minimum invoice amount is $2,000 for factoring, and the maximum is $250,000 per transaction. Once your debtor has been approved for our factoring facility, you can pick and choose which invoices to factor. This gives you the flexibility to deal with fluctuations in demand and production.

Capital Factor understands that the manufacturing industry needs cash flow to fund raw materials and labour for production. Waiting 30 to 60 days for the payment of an invoice can constrain cash flow and limit production. By invoice factoring, you can get paid up to 98% of the invoice within 48 hours.

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    Invoice Customer

    1. Your manufacturing company provides goods or services to approved customers and then invoices them with a copy sent to Capital Factor.

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    Get Funding Immediately

    Capital Factor will release up to 98% of the invoice value to your manufacturing company within 48 hours.

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    Payment Received

    Your customer will pay Capital Factor the full value of the invoice on the agreed payment terms.

Let Capital Factor help your business find the best funding solution to suit your needs.

Why choose Capital Factor?

Improve cash flow without additional debt

Flexibility to choose which invoices to factor

No arrangement fees

Up to 95% of invoices paid

Funds released with 48 hours

Manufacturing Industry Capital Factor Invoice factoring


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