36th Street Capital funded a $5 million lease financing of cranes, commercial vehicles and additional critical equipment for a national utility equipment rental company.
Mark Horan, chief growth officer at 36th Street Capital said, “This funding was accomplished in partnership with the originating lessor helping to preserve their customer relationship through the delivery of a timely funding solution. We continue to expand our lessor partnerships and are at the ready to support the industry’s funding needs for credit challenged companies.”
36th Street Capital is an alternative funding source supporting the equipment finance industry, specializing in transactions with middle-market companies.
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