All posts by: Derix Capital Finance

Having access to working capital is essential for any business to maintain daily operations and to grow successfully. However, finding a reliable source of working capital can be challenging, especially if businesses either do not qualify for traditional business loans...
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Even the best business clients reach their limits with banks. Maybe their credit ratings need to improve or their financials are not as robust as they could be to meet the requirements for additional funding. Whatever the reason, banks can...
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For bankers, meeting the needs and requirements of business clients can be challenging. Since every business is unique, not all solutions fall neatly into existing loan programs. Business owners want access to equipment financing and leasing programs, to improve cash...
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Many trucking companies in the oil and gas industry are poised for growth. Simultaneously, there is a need for more drivers to keep supply chains moving with limited hours of service. The ability to grow without restrictions relies heavily on...
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Crane operating companies are in high-demand and the current economic climate offers a number of opportunities for growth. To expand operations, crane companies need to develop of strategy that encompasses more than just equipment. Financing for the Bigger Picture Acquiring...
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When selling equipment, it is not uncommon to find buyers who are extremely interested, but are reluctant to make a purchase due to a lack of funds. Not every buyer has the capital reserves to make large equipment purchases, and...
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When purchasing equipment, specifically larger pieces, the initial cash outlay often leads businesses to seek additional financing. However, there is a world of difference between using an equipment financing specialist and going through traditional lending channels, such as banks and...
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Not all leasing agreements are created equal. The terms and options can vary greatly depending on the type of equipment your business needs, how long you need to lease the equipment, and whether you are looking to purchase or upgrade...
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All businesses have to constantly balance revenue with overhead costs, payroll, marketing, and other expenses. In the construction and manufacturing industries, a large or unexpected order or a delinquent client account can place a major strain on cash flow and...
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There are times when every construction business could benefit from an extra source of working capital, whether it is to make payroll, purchase materials, or take advantage of a lucrative time-sensitive opportunity. Instead of taking on debt through short-term loans,...
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