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Cash Flow Solutions

Advance up to 90% Inventory

Alternative Funding Source

From $250,000 - $20,000,000

Recent Transactions

SEAFOOD CLIENT: LogisticsFinance purchases Lobster from various Suppliers in the United States and Canada, holds it in cold storage warehouses and sells it to the Seafood Distributor (our Client) as required for delivery to End Buyers
  1. $15,000,000 Seafood Procurement Facility Established
  2. Credit worthy client requests LF to purchase lobster from 3 suppliers and hold $1,000,000 of lobster for up to 120 days. Client provides a 10% deposit to LF. Client guarantees that they will purchase lobster within 120 days from LF.
  3. Suppliers deliver lobster to LF cold storage account. Lobster is fully insured against loss.
  4. LF pays suppliers.
  5. 7 days later client sends request to purchase $200,000 of lobster and wires payment to LF.
  6. LF receives payment and transfers lobster to client's cold storage account at the same facility. $800,000 remains outstanding.
  7. Client repurchases $800,000 of lobster over the remaining 120 days term.

• Our financing allows our Client to bridge seasonal peaks and use opportunities in the market place to grow their business.

CANADIAN SEAFOOD CLIENT, SUBSIDIARY OF LARGE SEAFOOD COMPANY: LogisticsFinance procures and purchases Shrimp, Scallops, Squid, and Salmon from various Suppliers in Malaysia, Vietnam, China, and Chile, holds it in cold storage warehouses and sells it to the Seafood Distributor Subsidiary (our Client) as required for delivery to End Buyers
  1. $15,000,000 Seafood Procurement Facility Established
  2. Credit worthy client requests LF to purchase seafood from 15 suppliers in Asia during transit and into cold storage in Canada. Client provides a 10% deposit to LF for all purchases. Client guarantees that they will purchase the Seafood within 180 days from LF.
  3. Suppliers deliver shipping documentation to LF. Seafood is fully insured against loss.
  4. LF pays suppliers directly or via an import letter of credit.
  5. Seafood clears customs and is delivered to the cold storage warehouse. Warehouse provides warehouse receipts and LOT numbers for LF seafood.
  6. LF receives payment and transfers Seafood to client's cold storage account.
  7. Client repurchases and seafood aged over 180 days.

• Our financing allows our Client to finance the subsidiary’s total supply chain while in transit and during storage, as well as bridge seasonal peaks and use opportunities in the market place to grow their business.

FROZEN FOODS CLIENT: LogisticsFinance purchases frozen fruit desserts from a South African supplier, imports and delivers the Goods on behalf of a US importer (our Client) to End Buyers in the United States and Canada.
  1. LogisticsFinance purchases the refrigerated Goods as they are shipped to various ports in United States/Canada and pays the South African manufacturer.
  2. The Goods are stored in more than 10 warehouse locations around United States/Canada.
  3. The End Buyers (typically large supermarkets and retailers) pick up the Goods, as their delivery schedule requires it.
  4. 10-30 days after pick-up, the End Buyer pays LogisticsFinance directly.
  5. Our financing enables our Client to pay the Manufacturer early (through us), schedule large quantities of Goods to be staged around United States/Canada, and serve large national End Buyers in multiple locations.

• Our financing allows our Client to finance their entire supply chain and working capital needs, bridge seasonal peaks and use opportunities in the market place to grow their business.

TECHNOLOGY CLIENT: LogisticsFinance finances client’s domestic and international accounts receivables. Client is a global software company with average software sales to a single custom international expertise for foreign accounts receivable.er in the $200,000 range. LF was chosen due to high level of transactional customer service, international expertise for foreign accounts receivable. There is a lack of banks that will support smaller, fast growth companies that have some deal or international complexities.
  1. LogisticsFinance provides a Accounts Receivable Facility supported by a borrowing base formula of 85% on the approved receivables.
  2. Client submits borrowing base certificate request for funding
  3. LF advance payment to Client
  4. Customers of client wire funds to LF’s bank account or send checks payable to LF FBO our client
  5. LF adjusts the borrowing on a average daily balance based on advances and receipts

• Our financing allows our Client a way to finance their working capital in a flexible manner; including international Account Receivable.