Manufacturer Funding

There are over 249,000 manufacturing firms in the USA, driving 11.6% of US economic output in 2018. Keep up with demand, outshine your competition, and grow your manufacturing business with up to $500,000 in funding from Greenbox Capital® in just 24 hours.

Direct, Alternative Manufacturer Loans

Securing the funding your manufacturing business needs from a traditional lender like a bank can be difficult. These lenders often consider manufacturing loans to be “high risk” due to industry stagnation, inconsistent cash flow and lean profit margins, and high overhead. The funding application process can take months with no guarantee of approval, and opportunities to expand or new projects can easily pass by while you wait.

As an alternative lender, Greenbox Capital’s requirements for approval are lower than a traditional lender. That means we can approve more manufacturing loans, often in just one business day. We provide a number of different types of small business funding to help your manufacturing firm grow and keep up with demand, with manufacturer loans from $3,000 up to $500,000.

Manufacturer Funding Solutions

We fund all manufacturing specialties, including metal manufacturing, food production, electronics, transportation, clothing and textiles, wood and paper products, and more. Our knowledgeable Funding Advisors will work closely with you to select the best funding option based on your goals, business history, and cash flow.

Merchant Cash Advance

You’ll receive working capital now, and we’ll receive a percentage of your daily or weekly credit card sales until the terms of the advance have been met. Ideal for businesses with a high volume of credit card sales.

Merchant Cash Advance

Small Business Loan

Our business capital loans are typically between $20,000 and $60,000, but start as low as $3,000 and reach as high as $500,000 depending on the needs of your business. Ideal for businesses seeking short-term financing to grow.

Small Business Loan

Collateral Loan

A secured loan that uses commercial real estate to reduce the cost of the loan. With a secured loan, small business owners can often qualify for more funding or better terms. Ideal for businesses looking for longer-term funding options.

Collateral Loan

Business Line of Credit

Borrow as much or as little as you need without the obligations of a fixed term loan. Draw and repay as you go and pay interest only on the portion of money you borrow. Ideal for businesses looking for flexible funding.

Business Line of Credit

Invoice Factoring

Sell us your pending invoices in exchange for the net amount in cash. You’ll receive the balance of the invoices’ value when we receive payment (minus our fee). Ideal for businesses with long accounts receivable periods.

Invoice Factoring

How To Use Manufacturer Funding

In addition to an above-average reliance on the strength of the economy, manufacturing businesses face challenges posed by high inventory costs, globalization, automation, and skilled labor shortages. Advancements in technology can help manufacturing firms face these obstacles, but upgrades are often costly, and long accounts receivable periods can impede your cash flow and hinder your ability to face these challenges head on. An alternative manufacturer loan can help your business meet these challenges and continue to grow.

Use your manufacturing funding to:

  • Upgrade equipment to offer state-of-the-art services
  • Upgrade technology to improve internal operations and workflows
  • Purchase inventory in bulk at lower prices, or take advantage of off-season discounts or liquidation sales
  • Scale up so you can bid on larger projects and contracts
  • Invest in training programs for new employees to help fill labor shortages
  • Boost your business’s marketing efforts to attract new potential contracts and projects

How Manufacturer Funding Works

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    Submit your 1-page application

    After you submit your application, a Funding Advisor will reach out to you within 1 hour (during regular business hours) to discuss your options.

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    Choose your funding

    Your Funding Advisor will work closely with you to determine which small business funding option will help you achieve your goals without compromising cash flow.

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    Get funded

    Once you and your Funding Advisor determine what funding option will work best for your business, your funding can be approved and deposited within 24 hours.

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    Repay your funding

    Repayment terms will depend on what kind of manufacturing loan you use. Terms are set in advance so you know what to expect and can plan accordingly.

Will You Qualify?

At Greenbox Capital, approval for a manufacturing loan is based on more than just your credit score. Instead, we focus on the overall health of your business. Here are some factors we consider:

  • Business revenue
  • Cash flow
  • Vendor payment history
  • Years in business
  • Public records

Why Get Funded by Greenbox Capital?

The manufacturing industry is diverse, with firms specializing in manufacturing everything from raw materials to consumer goods. We know that every business’s needs differ, so our Funding Advisors will work closely with you to determine which funding option will help meet your needs and achieve your goals. We’ll never over-leverage your business by giving you more funding than you can handle, and we’ll be here to answer any questions you might have along the way. 

At Greenbox Capital, your business’s success is what matters to us most. Opportunities to purchase new inventory or pitch a new client can come and go quickly, and you may not always have the time to navigate the long, intensive application process of a traditional lender. With our streamlined application process, you can get funded in less than one business day. 

Manufacturing Funding Q&A

Q: I have an outdated facility and need to invest in new equipment. How do I go about securing manufacturing funding?

A: Investing in new equipment is an excellent use of funds. To get started, fill out our simple one-page application and a Funding Advisor will contact you shortly to discuss your options.

Q: I own a manufacturing facility and understand that invoice factoring may be a good option for me when funding my business. Is this true?

A: Yes, invoice factoring is a good option to consider. Manufacturers often have to deal with long accounts receivable periods. Invoice factoring is an ideal solution that will help bridge the gap between issuing an invoice and receiving payment.