Bond Street, RubiconPro to Provide Financing to Waste Hauling Companies
JUN 8, 2017 - 7:46 am
Bond Street joined Rubicon Global as a partner in the RubiconPro consortium buying program, which delivers fuel, equipment, maintenance and financial benefits for independent waste hauling companies and truckers across North America.
Bond Street will be part of RubiconPro Financing, providing flexible financing to help waste haulers and truckers grow their businesses and infrastructure. Bond Street will help companies finance growth investments like hiring additional employees, purchasing inventory or equipment or refinancing a business credit card. An online lender, Bond Street provides one to three-year term loans from $25,000 to $1 million with rates starting at 6%.
“RubiconPro Financing further levels the playing field in the waste industry for independent haulers,” said Marc Spiegel, co-founder of Rubicon Global. “We want to help empower these businesses to grow and provide amazing service to all customers in their respective markets. Whether it’s simply growing within a current market or expanding to new markets, we want to make opportunities accessible for haulers.”
Rubicon announced the RubiconPro buying program at WasteExpo in May, with programs initially providing equipment and now financing discounts and benefits for independent haulers and trucking companies across North America. RubiconPro participants receive special discounts on goods and services central to a hauler’s operation such as equipment, fuel, maintenance and tires.
“Like Rubicon, we support small businesses and want to help them compete and win in their industry,” said David Haber, CEO and co-founder of Bond Street. “We’ve designed our online loans to be fast and flexible, so that business can make big decisions quickly, knowing they’ll have capital behind them.”
Bond Street is a small business lender that utilizes technology, data and design.
Rubicon Global is a provider of sustainable, cloud-based waste and recycling solutions based in Atlanta.
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