Topic: Apex Services
Who will you trust to help make your trucking company as successful as it can be? That’s a very important question particularly when it comes to cash flow, which could make or break a burgeoning company. That means that doing business with factors, quick pays, and even banks requires real-world, fine-print knowledge. Mike Thrasher, Chief Sales Officer for Apex Capital, brings 20 years of experience in sales. He understands the funding issues many startups and small-to-medium size trucking companies face. He shares invaluable tips on using a factoring company as a trusted partner. This blog is the seventh in a series with Apex Experts sharing their industry knowledge.
Steady cash flow is crucial for all businesses, but it’s especially important for independent trucking companies because they need that continuous revenue to keep hauling and growing successfully. Joseph James, Apex Capital’s Chief Financial Officer, offers more than 20 years of expertise in the finance world. So he understands how small to medium-size, independent trucking companies can balance cash with risks and rewards to help build a robust business. This blog is the third in a series with Apex Experts sharing their industry knowledge with you.
Strong customer service is a trucking company’s business card. There is no arguing that. Javier Andrade, Apex Capital’s Chief Client Development Officer, tells all small to medium-size, independent trucking company owners and owner-operators exactly why it’s so important to go above and beyond when hauling loads for your customers. He has tips on how to turn one-time customers into repeat business. This blog is the second in a series with Apex Experts sharing their industry knowledge with you.
From one boss to another: Apex Capital President Chris Bozek has some great advice for small to medium-size, independent trucking companies, including startups, on how to stay on top of technology, stay happy and healthy, keep your eye on profits and growth, and make your business successful. This blog is the first in a series with Apex Experts sharing their industry knowledge with you.
After more than 25 years as a freight factoring leader, Apex Capital continues to revolutionize the industry. As the trucking industry continues to leverage technology to accelerate change, freight factors are being challenged to do the same. Apex, at the forefront of innovation, already created its own proprietary digital payment system with blynk™. Now comes 24/7 Factoring, which allows Apex clients to factor freight invoices after hours – nights, weekends, and bank holidays. Hauling loads for a living isn’t a 9-5 job, so factoring shouldn’t be.
Daniel Cortez, owner of Louisiana-based Danco Transport, thought the visual appeal of a big truck and a little truck would make for a great photo to enter in the 2021 Apex Capital Client Calendar contest. He was right. Danco Transport won the coveted cover spot of the 2021 Apex Capital Client Calendar. Cortez also gets to choose which month he wants his rig to represent. Cortez’s winning photo is an undeniable example of creativity and playfulness.
Truckers need to get paid fast after hauling loads. Steady cash flow is crucial to keep a small to medium-sized trucking company in business. The steadier the cash flow, the better the chances for success. Yet most carriers are lucky if they get paid in 30 days for hauling a load. That’s just the nature of the trucking industry. Luckily, today truckers do have a choice. The new blynk™ digital payment system for Apex Capital factoring clients gets trucking companies paid quicker than quick after their freight invoices are purchased. No other factoring company offers this type of payment, so no one pays you FASTER – guaranteed!
In the middle of a national pandemic, we all switch to survival mode. We wear masks. We practice social distancing. We make keeping ourselves and our loved ones safe the number-one priority. Truck drivers don’t have the working-from-home luxury during this national health crisis. And a trucking company’s survival depends on delivering the goods that we use daily. But during a national pandemic, those goods may not be moving as quickly and plentifully as usual. So, how can trucking companies keep their businesses going?
Truckers need to get paid faster, especially during these trying times. That means electronic payments, because paper checks are rapidly becoming a relic in today’s world of instant gratification and fast-moving money. The new blynk™ digital payment system from Apex Capital Corp allows Apex factoring clients to get paid in minutes with speed, ease, and security after their freight invoices are processed. This makes Apex Capital the first factoring company to offer this type of proprietary payment service to clients.
We want fast. Sometimes fast isn’t fast enough, so we choose faster. That’s today’s society, gratification is expected at the speed of a click. In trucking, where most carriers are lucky if they get paid in 30 days for hauling a load, having that money super-fast is a necessity instead of a luxury. Because steady cash flow keeps a small to medium-sized trucking company in business, not to mention helps it grow. Today, truckers do have a choice. They can choose to get paid fast with a quick pay or the new blynk™ digital payment system for Apex Capital factoring clients. Confused about quick pay and blynk™? Let’s look at both and clear the air.