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Case Study One

Please read on to view two practical examples of how SPEEDLINK can facilitate and grow your business by ensuring your cash flow is not impacted by importing stock.

Never worry about cashflow again

IMPORT TRADE FINANCE LOAN

Importer: Furniture Importer, Melbourne / Commercial Invoice value: USD 45.000 / Payment terms: 100% paid to the supplier at the time of placing the order

Company a in Melbourne, imports furniture goods from Taiwan, the importer does not want to pay the supplier upfront because:

one. Goods need to be sold firstly (average of 134 days to sell) and two. Cashflow constraints impact on business growth.

and payment of wages, expenses, BAS, etc. The supplier on the other hand has strict payment terms,

proforma invoice has to be paid in full by importing company on all orders placed. The supplier uses this money to:

one. Purchase raw material and two. Pay wages, expenses, etc.

The SPEEDLINK Solution

SPEEDLINK pays the supplier on behalf of the importer, cash flow isn't impacted.

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Order placed

Proforma invoice due for payment

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Ship departs

Bill of landing dated

Commercial invoice issued

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Ship arrives in Melbourne

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Tax Invoice issued to customers in Australia (Debtors) in AUD,

due day 134 from order placed

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 Invoices paid

Case Study two

The franchise revolution. Speedlink requires no repayments until your goods are sold

The Franchise solution

Importer: Franchisee, Perth / Commercial Invoice value: INR 3.500.000 / Payment terms:100% paid to the Supplier at the time of Shipment (Bill of Lading date)

A Franchisor has contracted SPEEDLINK to manage all aspects of the import of the product for their 137 Retail stores around Australia. SPEEDLINK receives orders through the online portal for stock directly from the individual retail stores (Franchisee) and then SPEEDLINK deals directly with the supplier factories to order the product.

SPEEDLINK pays the Suppliers directly by offering a Trade Finance loan and as shown in this case study below.

SPEEDLINK will finance the shipment of stock until the retail store (Franchisee) has sold the product.

This is an end-to-end cash flow solution!

Trade finance from date invoice is due until goods are sold.

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Order placed

Proforma invoice signed and terms and conditions are agreed

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Ship departs

Bill of landing dated/ commercial invoice issued

Payment to the supplier effected for INR 3.500.000 (approx. AUD 72.000)

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Ship arrives Perth

(assuming shipment is direct)

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Retail stores (Franchisee) receive goods

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All stock is sold

SpeedLink Trade Finance is repaid

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