Wheeler Financial Secures Two Transactions for Eagle Access
SEP 5, 2019 - 6:21 am
Wheeler Financial closed two financing transactions with Eagle Access, a construction services company. Eagle plans to invest the capital in high-tech bridge work equipment, which will differentiate the company in the marketplace and allows it to go after larger contracts.
Located in Culpeper, VA, Eagle Access supplies specialized equipment for highway bridge construction and remedial work. The business has enjoyed growth as it has worked on numerous Department of Transportation projects where it provided bridge access equipment for new construction and restoration projects.
“Having the latest high-tech equipment helps us secure higher-value contracts so we can grow our business,” said Dan McClain, president, Eagle Access. “Wheeler Financial understood our time sensitivities and need for a swift decision. We found them a flexible, responsive partner at every stage of the journey.”
“Infrastructure work is a critical driver of our economy and small businesses like Eagle Access play a vital role in building America’s roads,” said Christopher Johnson, senior vice president and president, Pitney Bowes Financial Services. “We’re pleased to partner with Eagle Access to help them compete at the highest level. At Wheeler Financial, we take a long-term, partnership approach to our client relationships which extends far deeper than a transaction. It’s what makes us different, and it’s something we’re proud of.”
Wheeler Financial has a deep understanding of challenges specific to different industries. As a result, it can tailor its solutions to clients’ unique requirements. It was founded specifically to meet the finance, loan and leasing requirements of small- and middle-market clients, to help them acquire critical assets.
Wheeler Financial is a subsidiary of Pitney Bowes, a global technology company that provides commerce solutions in the areas of ecommerce, shipping, mailing, finance and data.
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