How it Works
Our trade process in 8 easy steps
Identify Problem Inventory/Asset
Typical problem assets are slow-moving, obsolete, shortcode date/sell-by date, overproduced inventories, and other corporate assets.
Identify Potential Client Expense
Identify potential client expense areas to utilize trade credit (examples include Logistics and Media)
1. Provide CBA partners with expense benchmarks and service levels to match.
2. CBA Partners will determine if they can match and support that business.
Provide Detailed List
Provide CBA with a detailed list of problem Inventory/Assets (with wholesale costs included)
Provide any remarketing restrictions that CBA must adhere to.
CBA will provide a bonafide non-qualified Trade Credit Purchase Offer… typically up to wholesale value.
Upon acceptance of PO, CBA sells assets through approved channels.
Utilize Trade Credit
The client immediately begins to utilize Trade Credit towards their normal expenses and reduce cash flow.
Monitor Credit Usage
Trade Credit usage will be monitored, reviewed and tracked until fully utilized/monetized.
Trade Credit Purchasing Power
CBA issues multi-lateral Trade Credit, which is then used as partial payment for many areas of Logistics, Media, or other agreed-upon services.
Expense Benchmark Matching
CBA Partners are committed to matching all client requirements, service levels and competitive expense benchmarks.
We design a solution around your needs. Each customer is different and so each trade solution will be unique.