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Sallyport Commercial Finance Arms Health Food Manufacturer with $500k Accounts Receivable Facility

Sallyport are excited to announce a $500k accounts receivable facility to assist the turnaround of this flourishing health food manufacturer in Canada.

Calum Willamson, Sallyport MD states;

“We worked with the prospect and their incumbent back to agree a way forward that allowed Sallyport to inject new working capital going forward, helping the turnaround of this healthy snack company in Western Canada. We look forward to helping the business thrive and grow going forward”

Sallyport Commercial Finance is an independently owned and operated specialty finance company focused on providing entrepreneurs with working capital solutions for small to medium sized businesses, to help drive growth and achieve business hopes and dreams. Sallyport Commercial Finance offers a full suite of factoring and asset based products including Accounts Receivable Finance, Purchase Order Finance, Equipment and Inventory Finance, Cash Flow Loans, and Real Estate Loans. Very experienced in all industries, our current portfolio includes businesses in Staffing, Energy, Food & Beverage, Apparel, Manufacturing, Service Industry, Transportation, Government Receivables, and IT.

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