Are Inventory Financing Lenders and P O Factoring Solutions Your Best Business Financing Bet?

Your worst business nightmare has just come true – you got the order and contract! Now, what, though? How can Canadian businesses survive financing adversity when your firm cannot traditionally finance large new orders and ongoing growth? The answer is P O factoring and the ability to access inventory financing lenders when you need them! Let’s look at real-world examples of how our clients achieve business financing success, getting the type of financing need to acquire new orders and the products to fulfill them.

Here’s your best solution – call your banker and let him know you need immediate bulge financing that quadruples your current financing requirements because you have to satisfy new large orders. Ok… we’ll give you time to pick yourself up off the chair and stop laughing. Seriously though…we all know that the majority of small and medium sized corporations in Canada can’t access the business credit they need to solve the dilemma of acquiring and financing inventory to fulfill customer demand.

Are Inventory Financing Lenders and P O Factoring Solutions Your Best Business Financing Bet? 1

So it is all lost – definitely not. You can access purchase order financing through independent finance firms in Canada – you need to get some assistance in navigating the minefield of whom, how, where, and when. Large new orders challenge your ability to satisfy them based on how your company is financed. That’s why P O factoring is a probable solution. It’s a transaction solution that can be one time or ongoing, allowing you to finance purchase orders for large or sudden sales opportunities. Funds are used to finance the cost of buying or manufacturing inventory until you can generate product and invoice your clients.


Are inventory financing lenders the perfect solution for every firm? No financing ever is, but more often than not it will get you the cash flow and working capital you need. P O factoring is a very stand-alone and defined process. Let’s examine how it works and how you can take advantage of it. The key aspects of such a financing are a clean defined purchase order from your customer who must be a credit worthy type customer. P O Factoring can be done with your Canadian customers, U.S. customers, or foreign customers.

PO financing has your supplier being paid in advance for the product you need. The finance firm collateralizes the inventory and receivable that comes out of that transaction. When your invoice is generated, the invoice is financed, thereby clearing the transaction. So you have essentially had your inventory paid for, billed your product, and when your customer pays, the transaction is closed. P O factoring and inventory financing in Canada is a more expensive form of financing. You need to demonstrate that you have solid gross margins that will absorb an additional 2-3% per month of financing cost. If your cost structure allows you to do that and have good marketable products and good orders, you’re a perfect candidate for p o factoring from inventory financing lenders in Canada.

Don’t want to navigate that maze by yourself? Speak to a trusted, credible and experienced Canadian business financing advisor who can ensure you maximize the benefits of this growing and more popular business credit financing model Attendant Design. Stan Prokop is the founder of 7 Park Avenue Financial – The company originates business financing for Canadian companies and is a inventory specialist in working capital, cash flow, and asset-based financing. In business 6 years the company has completed in excess of 45 Million dollars of financing for Canadian corporations of all size. For information on Canadian business financing and contact details, please see.

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