Manufacturing
Factoring Companies

Search Factoring Companies
Abacus Marketplace is a factoring company headquartered in Silicon Valley that provides funding using a competitive bidding process.
346 Rheem, Moraga, CA
855-982-9265
Advance Capital Solutions is an Upland, California factoring company started by factoring veterans with over 40 years of experience.
1202 Monte Vista Ave, Upland, CA
909-946-5599
AeroFund Financial is a factoring company in San Jose, California that has provided factoring services to small businesses since 1987.
6910 Santa Teresa Blvd, San Jose, CA
408-360-2898
Affiliated Funding is a Salt Lake City factoring company that has been providing accounts receivable financing solutions since 1994.
6924 S 2300 E, Salt Lake City, UT
801-733-7565
Allegiant Business Finance is a Seattle factoring company that has been providing accounts receivable factoring services since 2003.
600 University Street, Seattle, WA
866-377-0800
Alliance One is a New York City based factoring company for small to medium-size businesses with over 40 years of industry experience.
888 Veterans Memorial Hwy, Hauppauge, NY
631-435-1000
Allied Affiliated Funding is a Dallas factoring company that offers strong client relationships, customer satisfaction and flexible terms.
5151 Beltline Road, Dallas, TX
972-448-3503
American Funding Solutions is a Missouri factoring company that helps businesses acquire the working capital necessary for growth.
601 NW Jefferson Street, Blue Springs, MO
888-979-6399
American Receivable is a Dallas factoring company that provides accounts receivable financing to growing and recovering businesses.
12655 N Central Expy, Dallas, TX
972-404-4726
AmeriFactors is an Orlando area factoring company that has built a legacy of trust and integrity over a long history in invoice factoring.
215 Celebration Pl, Kissimmee, FL
407-566-1150
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Factoring for Manufacturers

Manufacturers enjoy the benefits of accounts receivable factoring.
Manufacturers enjoy the benefits of accounts receivable factoring.

Manufactures of all types make product and sell them on 30 to 60 days terms. Cash flow gets tight when you have to pay your employees, raw materials and overhead before getting paid from your customers. Invoice factoring allows you to get paid up-front once you've delivered your product and invoiced your customer. Factoring companies typically pays 80 to 85% of your invoice amount, with the remaining amount paid upon collection of the receivables.

Many factoring companies offer short-term contracts, no monthly minimums, low application fees, and little or no cancellation fees. Determine a rate structure that fits your accounts receivable terms. If your customers pay longer than 30 to 45 days, then consider a good flat rate, rather than a 15 or 30-day periodic rate that escalates every month.

  • Aerospace & defense
  • Agriculture
  • Automotive
  • Chemicals
  • Construction
  • Consumer goods
  • Electronics
  • Semi-conductors
  • Food & beverage
  • Appliances
  • Furniture
  • Rubber
  • Plastics
  • Wood & paper
  • Metal
  • Energy
Choosing a factoring company.

Choosing a Manufacturing
Factoring Company

Choose your factoring company by looking at factors such as industry, credit size, factoring rates, contract terms, location, and customer service.

Invoice Financing
Is Quick & Easy

1. Send your invoices to your factoring company.
2. Your factoring company buys your invoices and sends you 75% to 90% of the invoice amount within 24 to 48 hours.
3. Your factoring company collects the invoices from your customer and sends you the final payment.
Invoice financing is a quick and easy process.

Accounts Receivable Financing

Cash Flow Solution

Accounts receivable financing virtually eliminates your collection days and speeds up cash flow to operate your business.

Receivables Management

Your factoring company handles all the accounts receivable functions including collections, accounting and reporting.

Business Credit Services

Factoring companies analyze your customers' credit scores and monitor credit limits to protect you from bad debt losses.

No Loans or Debt

Accounts receivable financing doesn't involve risky loans or debt and doesn't require you to make loan repayments.

Quick and Easy

Invoice financing is available within 5 to 10 business days and doesn’t require historical financials or spotless credit.

Peace of Mind

Receivables factoring provides business stability and allows you to focus on operating your business rather than handling cash flow problems.

Guide to Factoring Receivables

Discover why invoice factoring can be better than bank financing, learn the receivables factoring process and factoring rate structures, know what to expect when applying for factoring services and much more.