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New Plymouth Trucking Company Needed Cash to Grow

New Plymouth Port at Sunset Mid Winter



A New Plymouth trucking company needed cash for growth. Following a quiet 2009, they experienced an upsurge in demand in the early part of 2010. This put pressure on their cash flow. Road User Charge, wages and fuel all had to be kept current. Invoices were being paid at the end of the following month, or in some cases the end of the month after that. Short term cash flow was required.

were able to fund a portion of their accounts receivable. This has allowed them to remain current with their commitments and work through this period of rapid growth.

Once their cash-flow stabilises, they will be able to reduce and eventually finish using Interface. At that stage, the company will have grown significantly.were able to fund a portion of their accounts receivable. This has allowed them to remain current with their commitments and work through this period of rapid growth.


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