Solution Investigation before extending the insurance credit line
One of our clients showed the need to understand if he could entrust more to one of his historic customers to whom the credit insurance, given the little reassuring performance shown by the balance sheets, had greatly reduced the credit line.
The surveys carried out showed that the company made important investments abroad which, of course, had led to a significant increase in debt.
However, the investment was the construction of a brand-new plant which would significantly reduce the company costs.
We could see that the system would continue to support the company even if faced with important guarantees given by the owners. Our client, in light of the information received, granted an extra credit to the company and has always been paid.
Once the new plants were up and running – the revenues have tripled and debt has been reduced, which has allowed them to outsource to our client the supply of important quantities of raw material.
Supply blocked? The zero credit
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