Our customers use Flexport Capital to help achieve their full growth potential. With trade capital financing for inventory, freight, and duty charges, companies are free to invest in new products, hires, or other initiatives to meet revenue goals. Compare that to having your cash tied up for months before sales even begin.
Because we already understand your supply chain and your business, Flexport Capital and Flexport can enable more logistics options that drive down landed costs. For example, some Flexport clients have used financing to ship goods prior to peak-season rates, negotiate early-payment discounts for better supplier terms, and build up sufficient inventory to transition from air to ocean freight.
Companies rely on Flexport’s freight forwarding solutions to gain a single point of control. Now, with Flexport Capital, that point of control can include fast, convenient trade finance customized to your exact needs and sourced from a partner you already do business with.
VP of Finance, Made In Cookware
Lack of working capital can be a serious obstacle to growth. And the rise of tariffs, or other unforeseen costs, makes this working capital constraint even worse for importers and exporters. Through smart financial instruments designed for the global trade process, Flexport Capital helps companies achieve their full growth potential, despite tariffs or other headwinds.
Flexport Capital helps CFOs, VPs of Finance, and Controllers manage cash flow. Our user friendly application process takes as little as 48 hours, delivering inventory funding, shipment finance, and PO financing that meets your deadlines. Over the long-term, we act as your strategic partner by delivering sufficient working capital to accelerate sustained business growth.
Flexport Capital assists supply chain and operations leaders with improved cash flow to launch new SKUs, expand to new geos, and meet accelerating demand. Our financing can also help you save money. You can build inventory to transition from air to ocean freight, ship goods prior to peak season, and negotiate discounts from suppliers for early payments. As a result, you’re well positioned to lower landed costs while minimizing supply chain disruption.
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