Apex Capital Interviews with Red Eye Radio at MATS
by Apex Capital | April 23, 2014
Apex Capital, a freight factoring company in Fort Worth, Texas, attended the 2014 Mid America Trucking Show (MATS) at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky. MATS is the largest annual heavy-duty trucking event in the world and provides face-to-face interaction between industry representatives and trucking professionals.
Apex employees at the show to met with clients, answered questions from potential clients, and connected with truckers and transportation trade professionals. To show appreciation for guests that stopped by, we encouraged visitors to enter a drawing for a chance to win an iPad. On the last day of the show, Ken Stuart from Redpine Express in Wisconsin was selected as the lucky winner.
On day three at MATS, Apex Capital Portfolio Managers, Jennifer Sacui and Melissa Romero sat down with Eric Harley of Red Eye Radio to talk about the solutions that freight bill factoring offers small to medium-sized trucking companies, and why Apex’s strong commitment to honesty and integrity make it a better factoring company to do business with.
“What we do, is once a carrier delivers a load, they send us their paperwork,” explained Romero. “We advance them on that load so they don’t have to wait 60, 30, 90 days for their customer to pay them.”
For people trying to start a trucking company, cash flow can be the biggest issue.
“We really like to help out smaller trucking companies getting started.” Sacui said, introducing the new Apex Startup Program. “If you have been a company driver or have been an owner-operator and you want to be your own boss and you want to get out on your own, we can help you do that.”
Starting and managing your trucking company is complicated by many issues in the trucking industry. Apex wants to offer easy solutions for small to medium-sized trucking companies. The Apex Startup program gets your business set up and you don’t have to go anywhere else. Apex’s Startup program and factoring services get truckers rolling in the right direction and it gives the smaller truckers the leverage they need to be successful.
Listen to Apex talk about freight factoring with Red Eye Radio