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Financing for Freight and Trucking
Grow your transportation business with affordable capital secured through a specialized lender.
processed for borrowers in 35 states through BankLink’s freight and trucking lender network since 2010.
Which lender is best for financing freight & trucking?
Get matched to a specialized lender. We’ll pair you to your ideal SBA lender based on your industry, business history, financials, and long-term goals.
How Route Businesses Use SBA Financing to Grow:
Buy the assurance that business will pass through a particular set of streets, which you’ll get paid to operate.
Attract and hire experienced truck drivers or invest in human resource training initiatives.
Use working capital to build a website, balance cash flow, market your company, and re-invest in your business.
Pay royalty fees or insurance premiums to cover expensive equipment, customer packages and employee incidentals.
Purchase trucks, vehicles, package processing software or other transportation equipment.
Improve cash flow by refinancing existing debt with extended repayment terms.
- Up to $25 Million for Rural Businesses
- Great for Commercial Real Estate
- Up to 30 Year Repayment Terms
- Up to $5 Million for Qualified Businesses
- Great for Buying a Route
- Increased Flexibility Compared to Conventional Loans
- Up to $350,000 for Qualified Businesses
- Great for Working Capital
- Expedited Funding Timelines
The lenders in our network specialize in providing government-guaranteed loans for the freight and trucking industry. The SBA 7(a) Loan Program is the most popular because its financing terms were made for long-term growth.
When leveraged properly, the 7(a) loan can be an efficient solution for the freight and trucking industry’s most promising opportunities.
The Facts on SBA Loans
SBA Loan Benefits for Financing Routes
Up to $5 Million for Your Business
10-Year Repayment Terms
Flexible Use of Proceeds
Collateral Light Eligibility
Average loan size approved for route businesses through the SBA 7(a) Loan Program.
FISCAL YEAR 2022
2,175 Freight and Trucking Businesses Approved for Funding
nationwide through the SBA 7(a) Loan Program
More Resources for Routes, Freight, and Trucking
The Small Business Administration’s popular loan program offers long-term capital to buy a business. The Small Business Administration’s popular 7(a) Loan Program helps thousands of
Finance Through the BankLink Network
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