Gibraltar Creates Asset Based Loan for E-commerce Cable Management Company

Gibraltar Business Capital recently closed a new $3MM asset-based credit facility for CableOrganizer.com, a Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based e-commerce distributor of products founded on managing cord clutter in homes and offices. Today, its more than 100,000 products also include electrical supplies, network products, home theater components, tools and testers. The larger and more flexible Gibraltar revolver will allow the company to expand … Read More

Let’s Connect at AM&AA 2017 Summer Conference

The 2017 Alliance for Merger and Acquisition Advisors™ (AM&AA) summer conference is taking place in Chicago July 19-21. The Gibraltar Business Capital is sponsoring a Networking Reception in the Exhibit Hall from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, July 20. Please make plans to join us! And also make plans to stop by booth number 27 and connect with a … Read More

Gibraltar Creates Asset Based Loan for Leading Manufacturer of American-Made Body Armor

Gibraltar Business Capital closed a new $10.8MM asset-based line of credit for Eden, N.C.-based KDH Defense Systems, a leading engineer and manufacturer of American-made, high-performance body armor for the military, federal government, and law enforcement agencies. Through a highly competitive process, Gibraltar Business Capital was able to help KDH prepare for a major manufacturing ramp up. A strong understanding of … Read More

Financing Solutions to Bridge Cash-Flow Gaps: ABL and Factoring

It’s no surprise to small and medium-sized businesses that securing ample lines of credit offered by traditional banks and lending institutions is, well, tough business. It requires a strong and stable balance sheet and a track record of good credit. Among small and medium-sized businesses, these requirements are often out of reach. Faced with critical cash-flow crunches because of issues … Read More

Food Powder Manufacturer and Processor Secures Asset Based Loan to Expand Plant

Gibraltar Business Capital recently closed on a new $6.75 million asset-based line of credit for St. Paul, Minn.-based Maple Island Inc., a leading manufacturer, processor and packager of quality food-powder products and one of the only vendors that is USDA-approved, FDA-inspected and Kosher-approved for infant/toddler powdered formula. Through a highly competitive process, Gibraltar Business Capital was able to help Maple Island creatively … Read More

$8.8MM Asset Based Loan for Elastic Fabrics of America

Gibraltar Business Capital closed a new $8.8MM asset-based line of credit for Greensboro, N.C.-based Elastic Fabrics of America, a leading manufacturer of warp-knitted and circular-elastomeric fabrics that are used to make lingerie, athletic apparel and certain fabrics needed for medical-related purposes. Gibraltar Business Capital was able to help Elastic Fabrics of America, which is owned by a private-equity firm, tap … Read More

Texas-Based Drilling Company Locked in $6MM ABL Facility Through Gibraltar

Gibraltar Business Capital closed a new $6MM asset-based line of credit for Horizon Mud Company, a full-service drilling fluids company based in Midland, Tex. In an industry beset with instability since the price of oil began a steeper decline in mid-2014, Horizon Mud was looking for a well-tailored credit solution that would unlock the value of its assets as it … Read More

$2MM Asset Based Line of Credit for Custom Wood Products

  In less than 30 days, Gibraltar Business Capital closed a new $2MM asset-based line of credit for Custom Wood Products (CWP), a producer of fine custom wood cabinetry located in Roanoke, VA. Working with CWP and financial sponsor, Wafra Partners LP, an affiliate of Wafra Investment Advisory Group Inc., Gibraltar Business Capital designed a creative solution that provided greater … Read More

A Way for Bankers to Save the Day

If you’re in the commercial banking business, you know all too well that getting small businesses access to capital is getting harder than ever. Some of this is completely out of bankers’ control. You don’t get to make or break the requirements around who qualifies for a bank loan.