ATLANTA, GA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/26/13 -- Bibby Financial Services announced today that it has funded a Miami-based textile manufacturing company that designs and produces premium quality t-shirts, fleece outerwear and sportswear for wholesalers and retail brands.
The company will use the increased cash flow to fund growth and cover operating expenses.
"This client chose to work with us because of our commitment to customer service," said Ian Varley, Managing Director. "To understand the needs of their business we met with their management team and visited their manufacturing facility. Ultimately, this personal touch helped us understand their company and tailor a solution that meets their specific needs."
According to Varley, "Our 96 percent client satisfaction rate is tied to our dedication to service. Local decision-makers enable us to respond quickly with flexible and creative solutions to provide our clients with the cash flow they need to grow with confidence."
About Bibby Financial Services
Bibby Financial Services is a worldwide market leader in business cash flow solutions to small- and medium-sized companies. With offices in eight North American cities and 15 countries around the world, its product portfolio includes accounts receivables finance, factoring, non-notification factoring, export finance, purchase order finance, specialist solutions for the staffing and trucking sectors, and it is an approved lender for the Export-Import Bank's working capital guaranty program. Bibby Financial Services is a subsidiary of a 204-year-old privately held company based in the United Kingdom.
For more information on Bibby Financial Services, visit: www.bibbyusa.com or www.bibbycanada.ca, or Facebook at: www.facebook.com/bibbyfinancial.northamerica.
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