Skip to content
Newsroom

Sallyport Commercial Finance Supplies a Credit Facility to a Demolition and Excavation Company

Houston – 7/31/19 – Sallyport Commercial Finance delivers a $500,000 Accounts Receivable facility to a construction clean up company.

A local business consultant was working closely with an owner who had difficulty staying current with his suppliers. The company specializes in new construction debris removal, driveway pours, form setting, land clearing and leveling for new homes.  Understanding the owner’s frustration with slow paying contractors and the increasing demands of suppliers requiring payments, the consultant turned to Sallyport Commercial Finance to provide the cash flow relief the business desperately needed.

“This company started over ten years ago as a family business, and has grown into a respectable one with solid client relationships.  With the help of Sallyport, the company will be able to take their business to the next level by fulfilling their working capital needs, enabling them to maintain positive relationships with key suppliers.  They have big plans for the future and I am excited to watch them grow,” states Wade Concienne, VP of Business Development.

Sallyport is excited for the opportunity to offer the right solution so that this company can meet their financial obligations, continue to service their client base and fulfill their Hopes and Dreams.  Sallyport appreciates the confidence our referral partners have in the solutions we provide when clients need flexible and sustainable working capital.

Posted in
  • News

Canadian Distribution & Storage Business Boosted By $2M Finance

June 30, 2024

We are thrilled to announce that Sallyport has successfully funded a $2 million invoice factoring facility for a rapidly growing…

Read More

Canadian Business Revitalized with $2.5M Finance Boost

May 13, 2024

At a crucial time in Big Erics 80-year history, Sallyport are delighted to be announcing $2.5 million in financing for…

Read More
  • Articles

merchant-cash-advance-blog-feature-image-man head in hand looking at laptop

Merchant Cash Advance (MCA) – Bad for Business?

Both new and established businesses can suffer from cash flow problems occasionally and need to access funding to help them…

Read More

A Guide to Accounting for Factored Receivables (inc Example)

When you begin invoice factoring, your invoices are transferred to the factoring company for collection and they cease to be…

Read More
  • Videos

What is Factoring?

Here we explain what exactly factoring is and how we can help your cash flow…

View Now

American Business Women’s Day

Sallyport Commercial Finance Celebrates American Business Women’s Day  

View Now
Scroll To Top