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Sallyport Commercial Finance Closes an Accounts Receivable Facility with an OEM in North America.

5/30/19 – Canada – Sallyport Commercial Finance provides a $250,000 Accounts Receivable facility to a company committed to providing equipment and process controls to the water treatment and manufacturing sectors.

This Original Equipment Manufacturer is in the pursuit of becoming a leading provider of state-of-the-art water treatment solutions for the most demanding applications and water sources.  Their products include process pumps, chemical injection pumps, instrumentation and controls.

“It was great being able to provide our client a facility that will allow them to grow and strengthen their business.  I am sure with our funding in place we will help them remain committed to their constant pursuit of customer satisfaction and improvement as the basis of their continued success,” states Managing Director, Calum Williamson.

Having developed a patented system for water purification and reverse osmosis, the owners believe they are finally in a place to grow and expand.  Sallyport was happy to deliver a solution so that this company can continue to provide leading customer service, while improving water quality for those in less fortunate areas in the country.

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