Improve Cash Flow by Insuring Foreign Receivables

June 22, 2017


The Edward B. De Leo Company of Fairfield New Jersey was founded by its namesake in 1962 and since then the company has become one of the leading distributors of automotive, upholstery and multi-use textiles in the world.  Manufacturers of everything from golf bags to buses to elegant sofas and chairs have used textiles from Edward B. De Leo to create their products, and the company continues to expand their lines of fabrics.  The company has been selling to international customers since its inception, and it is continually exploring new markets for their products.

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State Department Export Tools to Grow Your Business

June 20, 2017

The State Department is not just about international policy, civil security and public diplomacy, it’s also a gateway to support U.S. businesses abroad. This agency is another piece of the federal pie when it comes to helping U.S. small businesses enter the global market and increase sales. It joins the long list of government agencies (e.g., Small Business Administration and the International Trade Administration), who all serve specific purposes when aiding businesses who want to expand their reach or may be afraid to expand due to risky markets.

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How A California Company Expanded Its Exports with EXIM Bank Support

June 15, 2017

Price Pump, a small manufacturing company based in California, was initially established in 1932 to cater to a niche market as a manufacturer of agricultural pumps. Over time the company grew and so did its innovative vision, shifting from agricultural to industrial and special purpose pumps. From cooling lasers for medical use to purifying water through reverse osmosis, today the pumps are valued by a variety of different industries for use in several different ways, in the U.S. and abroad.

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