New to Invoice Factoring?

For those who aren't familiar with Invoice Factoring, it is mostly a fast way to get cash from your invoices.

Invoice Factoring is Not a Loan

When you send your customers an invoice, they usually have 30 days to pay you back. Invoice Factoring companies will give you the bulk of the cash up front, sometimes within 24 hours, and collect the payments from your customers themselves. Once the invoices are paid in full, you’ll get the balance left over, minus a small fee.


Invoice Factoring Doesn't Require Debt

Sounds simple enough – fast cash for your business – no loans, no debt.

So How Do You Go About Picking The Most Useful Receivable Factoring Company FOR YOUR Canton Company?

Everyone yells out they have the best straightforward rate structure in the business, no long-term contracts, same-day and next-day funding, no up-front fees, no monthly minimums or maximums and so forth so forth.

We also offer all of these benefits, however we also DELIVER JAW-DROPPING SERVICE AND PROGRAMS that other receivables factoring companies don't and can't.


Our Claim is not just full of hot air. The proof is, over 40 percent of our new business comes from client referrals. As we all know clients don't give out referrals carelessly. Especially since the client's reputation is on the line, no one wants to risk making a bad referral; it can come back to haunt you. They make recommendations to help their business friends and it feels good to provide support.

NOW LEARN WHY OUR CLIENTS RECOMMEND US WITH MUCH CONFIDENCE.

Put simply, no other invoice factoring company matches our standard of superior service and products.

 

As you can see, we matter-of-factly have more to offer you.

Other factoring companies don't even compare.

Canton

And Not All Factoring Companies Can Say This:

About half of our new business comes through client referrals.

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Information for the city of Canton

Canton is a city in and the county seat of Stark County, Ohio, United States. Founded in 1805 alongside the Middle and West Branches of Nimishillen Creek, Canton became a heavy manufacturing center because of its numerous railroad lines. However, its status in that regard began to decline during the late 20th century, as shifts in the manufacturing industry led to the relocation or repositioning of many factories. After this decline, the city's industry diversified into the service economy, including retailing, education, finance and healthcare.Canton is located approximately 24 miles (39 km) south of Akron, and 60 miles (97 km) south of Cleveland, in the northeastern part of Ohio. Canton lies on the outskirts of the greater northeast Ohio metropolitan area anchored by Cleveland, and is also a short distance away from the periphery of the greater Pittsburgh area. The city serves as a gateway to Ohio's extensive Amish country, particularly in Holmes and Wayne counties to the city's west.

 

Canton is located along the historic Lincoln Highway, the present day Interstate 77, U.S. Route 30 and U.S. Route 62, and is also the terminus of the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad.As of the 2010 Census, the city of Canton is the largest incorporated area in the Canton Massillon, OH Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), which includes all of Stark and Carroll counties. The CMMSA reported a population of 404,422. Canton's city population declined 9.7%, down to 73,007 residents. Despite this decline, the 2010 figure actually moved Canton from ninth to eighth place among Ohio cities. Nearby Youngstown in Mahoning County, once considerably more populous than Canton, suffered a larger decline. Most outside attention given to Canton is focused on two things. The first is football, especially the Fame and the formation in 1920 of what eventually became the League. The second is William McKinley, who conducted from his home in Canton the famed front porch campaign which won him the presidency of the United States in the 1896 election.

 

The McKinley National Memorial and the William McKinley Presidential Library and Museum commemorate his life and presidency. Canton was chosen as the site of the First Ladies National Historic Site largely in honor of his wife, Ida Saxton McKinley.The Canton area's economy is primarily industrial, with a significant agricultural segment. The city is home to the Timken Company, a major manufacturer of tapered roller bearings and specialty steel. Several other large companies operate in the greater Canton area, including the B Company (brick and masonry producer) and D (ATMs, electronic voting devices, and bank vaults). The area is also home to several regional food producers, including Bakery (baked goods), Farms (poultry), and Foods (snack foods). Poultry production and dairy farming are also important segments of the Canton area economy.

 

 

Information for the state of Ohio

Ohio is highly industrialized, yet it also continues to draw economic riches from the earth. Among national leaders in the production of lime, clays, and salt, it is a historic center of ceramic and glass industries. Ohio's soil supports rich farms, especially where it was improved ages ago by additions of glacier-ground limestone. Although most of the state's income is derived from commerce and manufacturing, Ohio also has extensive farmland, and large amounts of corn, soybeans, hay, wheat, cattle, hogs, and dairy items are produced, although the number of family farms is rapidly dwindling.

 

Railroads, canals, and highways crisscrossing the state have since the late 19th cent. provided the means for transporting large amounts of raw materials and manufactures. Lake Erie ports, chiefly Toledo and Cleveland, handle iron and copper ore, coal, oil, and finished materials (including steel and automobile parts). In spite of massive industrial decline since the 1960s, which has made Ohio the center of the "Rust Belt," the state retains many manufacturing centers, with an emphasis on heavy industry. Leading products include transportation equipment, primary and fabricated metals, and machinery.

 

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Immediate payment for your invoices help you avoid financial trouble.  

 

Why not start considering to use factoring businesses as a way to change your motive and give yourself a more comfortable future in the eyes of your staff and your bank balance? -Canton Factoring Companies

 

 

 

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The benefits of using a Receivable Factoring company versus a bank loan

 

If you are looking for a convenient way to obtain business capital, Receivable Factoring is one of the best options available out there. From a recent study, it has been identified that many people go for bank financing in such instances, considering that it is the least expensive method of investing. However, Receivable Factoring is associated with many other advantages and we will let you know about them through this article.

 

A proper cash flow is something that every business in the present world should have. In addition, they need to speed up their cash flows along with time. Otherwise, it will not be possible for them to get banks for financing. Unfortunately, banks are not in a position to accommodate all the financial requirements of a company, due to tough credit standards. That is where Receivable Factoring comes into play. It happens when a company sells its accounts receivable to a bank or a Receivable Factoring company. The amount that can be taken depends on value of the invoice.

 

Key benefits associated with Receivable Factoring

 

• A company can get large amounts of capital through Receivable Factoring. It is because this method is entirely based upon accounts receivable. It has impressed many small scale businesses out there since they can obtain a bigger line from their accounts receivable for services or goods. They will not be able to get such a big amount of capital from any conventional bank lender out there. Receivable Factoring is something that is based on the credit strength of your potential customers. If your company has more potential customers with healthy credit strengths, you can easily enjoy the benefits of Receivable Factoring.

 

• Receivable Factoring is quicker than traditional bank loans. Since most of the Receivable Factoring lines are in a position to be set up, approved and actively funded within a matter of few weeks, you can go through a hassle free process. However, banks will take more time to engage with their credit reviewing activities about your company. They might even wait for audit results or fiscal period closes. Therefore, if you are in need of quick business capital, Receivable Factoring is the number one option available out there to consider.

 

• Receivable Factoring is something that expands quickly along with the growth of your company. Almost all the Receivable Factoring companies out there support it. Your company doesn't need to have an excellent track recording of business. You just need to select a Receivable Factoring company that is big enough to accommodate all your business development ambitions.

 

• A Receivable Factoring company does not offer loans to their clients. Therefore, you cannot find many similarities between a loan and Receivable Factoring. A Receivable Factoring company will purchase your accounts receivables along with cash. Therefore, it can be considered as a similar process to increasing the working capital, while showing it as a liability in the account balance sheets. This will even reduce debt in the balance sheet, when compared to borrowing. At the end of the day, your company will get the opportunity to enjoy a lower debt to equity ratio.

 

• Receivable Factoring is less expensive than equity. Most of the businesses approach equity investors to cater their financing requirements. However, there isn't any substitute for equity capital in some expansion purposes and business investments. Almost all the equity investors expect a higher

 

return from the accounts receivable than the cost. When it comes to Receivable Factoring arrangements, you won't be able to find any dilutive effect on shareholders. This will assist you a lot to stay away from hassle.

 

• Receivable Factoring is also recognized as one of the best options available to improve your turn. In the present world, many Receivable Factoring companies will verify invoices with your customers and check whether they are being paid on time. This will motivate your customers to pay the invoices on time through a gentle reminder. This will result in a better service delivery from your end as well.

 

 

 

You Can Find More Truck Driver Factoring Information at  Utah Factoring Companies
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The Basics of Invoice Factoring: Choosing a Receivable Factoring Company

 

Probably the biggest frustration for business to business (B2B) companies is waiting to get paid. Anyone involved in a seasonal business, long payment cycle, or lumpy cash flow will be able to relate to this statement. Some customers are very slow payers (of course corporate clients and governments come to mind!) and other customers demand generous terms.

 

Explaining Invoice Factoring

 

Basically, with invoice factoring your current but unpaid invoices are turned into cash – it's a financing solution for businesses. Other terms used for factoring are 'Accounts Receivable Financing', 'Invoice Financing 'and 'Receivables Financing'. Because many clients demand generous terms, it means that invoices can remain unpaid for anywhere between 30 and 90 days; while in the meantime you're left without cash and falling behind on important expenses, such as payroll, and missing opportunities to grow your business. And this is where factoring comes in: factoring reduces, and sometimes eliminates the frustration of unpaid accounts.

 

A receivable financing transaction usually involves three parties, and these are the company that initially issues the invoice, the customer who is required to pay the invoice (otherwise known as the account debtor), and the 'factor', which is the financing company prepared to supply the cash.

 

Explaining Invoice Financing

 

An invoice is issued to a customer after a company has delivered a service or product. This invoice will now be sold to the factor and, in return, the company will receive a cash advance: this will usually be between 70% and 90% of the invoice's value. With this cash the company finds it easier to pay employees; plus, it can now purchase supplies, materials, and inventory, and it can take on more work. Once the debtor pays their invoice the business will receive a rebate for the rest of the funds, less a fee which will be based on the value of the invoice and the term. This type of financial agreement benefits all three parties: the customer receives cash almost immediately, the debtor gets favorable payment terms, and the Receivable Factoring company collects a fee.

 

Explaining the Difference between Traditional Bank Financing and Invoice Financing

 

There are, of course, both drawbacks and benefits to this type of financing for businesses. The obvious benefits of factoring are a simpler application process, quicker funding, and higher approval rates when compared to bank lending. Having access to cash allows a business to grow, to meet payroll, achieve supplier discounts for bulk purchases or early payment, and to purchase equipment in order to improve productivity.

 

Factoring has a very simple application process which eliminates some of the main hurdles placed on small businesses by banks. The speed of funding with Receivable Factoring offers businesses the opportunity to take advantage of opportunities as they arise. In addition, the high approval rates with factoring means that many more businesses qualify, even though they may have previously been declined by a bank. Another bonus is that funds received from factoring invoices can be used to supplement bank credit, if necessary.

 

On the other hand, when it comes to cost, a line-of-credit at a bank is less expensive than factoring; this is assuming that the business will be successful in their application to the bank and that they'll have access to the finance within a reasonable timeframe. Unfortunately, these applications are not always successful (four out of five companies are refused bank loans), while others find the whole process too discouraging.

 

Another possible issue with working with traditional factoring companies is that some of these companies will advise your customers that their invoices have been financed: this information can cause issues for some small businesses because they prefer to maintain control over all correspondence with their clients. Other Receivable Factoring companies actually take control of your account receivables. Our advice is that you look for a factoring company that's prepared to work on a non-notification basis.

 

Receivables Financing Has Become Good Business Sense

 

Today we see Receivable Factoring becoming quite commonplace in many industries, such as IT companies, professional services, wholesale trade, marketing, manufacturing companies and so on. Many, many industries are discovering the benefits of receivables financing.

 

Invoice factoring is an ideal solution for business-to-business companies who issue invoices payable within 15 to 90 days. Any B2B company who's experiencing rapid growth, long payment cycles, or lumpy cash flow, will benefit the most from accounts receivable factoring. On the other hand, businesses and business-to-consumer (B2C) companies that are paid on delivery and don't issue invoices would have no need of factoring services.

 

If you're interested in invoice financing and believe it may be an option for your business, see below for our tips on how to approach working with a Receivable Factoring company.

 

How to Work with an Invoice Factoring Company

 

There are many advantages to invoice financing, but it can be tricky working with some traditional factoring companies. Some Receivable Factoring companies don't have excellent customer service, and between confusing terms, long-term contracts, monthly minimums, and hidden penalties, the experience can be quite daunting. Our aim is to ensure that you get a fair deal when working with a factoring company, and please remember that, as always, if a deal sounds too good to be true, then it probably is!

 

You're Looking for Transparent Factoring Fees and Rates

 

Companies that make it difficult to work out their all-inclusive fees are companies who are working for their own advantage, so when determining pricing, transparency is key. If you're getting frustrated and not receiving direct answers, we suggest you move on to another factoring company that will be respectful of your time.

 

Another Word of Caution: Beware of receivables factoring companies who advertise low rates, which then increase when all their hidden fees come to light. We've heard of factoring companies who charge low monthly factoring rates, but you'll be charged for two months' even if the invoice was paid in one month and one day. We also know that some factors require monthly minimums, which means that you pay for financing even if it's not required. We strongly suggest that you read our article on factoring rates and tricks so that you approach factoring with knowledge and awareness.

 

Understanding Penalties, and How to Avoid Them

 

Be aware that some invoice factoring companies out there have hidden penalties. In order to avoid these penalties, you need to know why they occur. If you believe these penalties are out of proportion or unfair, then move on to another factor. It won't be long before you'll understand what fair and reasonable terms look like.

 

Read the Fine Print in Your Contract

 

In order to guarantee their profits, most factoring companies will try to lock you into a long-term contract. Obviously this is good business for the Receivable Factoring company, but it may not be so good for your business. You need to know what you're signing up for, so be aware of long-term contracts where you'll be charged exorbitant cancellation fees if you should decide to leave. Also, be aware that some long-term contracts include minimums, so consider this carefully: you may find yourself paying for something you're not using when you only needed the factoring company to meet occasional cash-flow needs. You shouldn't be forced to remain with a service that's not meeting your needs, so it's vitally important that you carefully read the fine print.

 

Customer Confidentiality

 

Once you start your research on factoring you'll discover that most Receivable Factoring companies operate on a notification basis, which means that when you sell your invoices to the factor, they notify your customers. They'll also ask that the funds be routed directly to the factoring company's bank account, instead of your account. This can be an issue for business owners who prefer to have control of all communications with their customers. If discretion is important to you and your business, we strongly suggest that your accounts receivable financing company provides non-notification Receivable Factoring, meaning that you retain control over customer communications. If this is not an option for your factoring company, then you need to move to a company that will provide non-notification factoring.

 

How Much Cash Will You Receive Upfront?

 

You'll receive an advance upfront, which is a percentage of the face value of the invoice. This advance will probably be somewhere between 70% and 90% of the invoice's face value. For example, let's say your customer owes you $1000: your advance payment should be somewhere between $700 and $900.

 

Factoring Minimums Compared with Single Invoice Discounting

 

You'll also notice in your research that many factors require small businesses to submit all invoices from certain customers. On the other hand, 'single invoice discounting', also known as 'spot factoring', means that the business concerned determines which invoices will be sent to the factoring company for advance payment. Make sure you understand your Receivable Factoring company's terms before you sign anything. Single invoice discounting or spot factoring is generally the preferred method for small businesses because it enables you to retain control over your financing by determining which invoices will be sent for factoring.

 

Choosing Your Receivable Factoring Company

 

Think about all the above criteria, and look for a business partner who will provide your business with the best combination of flexibility, features, and terms that you require. By doing a little research you'll soon find a partner and an agreement that offers you the flexibility, funds, terms, and transparency that work best for you. Your aim is to find a partner that you'll be happy to work with long-term, so don't settle for anything less.

 

 

 

 

You Can Find More Truck Driver Factoring Information at  Utah Factoring Companies
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Important Points to Remember When Choosing Your Receivable Factoring Company

 

Now that you've decided that Receivable Factoring would be a solid business decision for your company, the next step is to find the perfect Receivable Factoring company for you. Once you start looking you'll discover that there are many Receivable Factoring companies (or 'factors') in the marketplace, and this is the perfect situation for you as a potential Receivable Factoring client. But it can also be confusing, because now you have to find the right Receivable Factoring company to suit your business's needs. To assist you in making the right decision we've listed below the main issues that should be considered when choosing a Receivable Factoring company.

 

Receivable Factoring Fees and Terms

 

Before making your final decision and entering into a Receivable Factoring agreement, check out the fees applicable and the terms of the contract. Both of these can vary a lot, depending on the Receivable Factoring company and the industry it's serving. When you start your research you'll discover that some Receivable Factoring companies charge a flat fee: this fee is, in effect, a certain percentage of the total value of the customer invoices you sell to them; whilst others have additional charges to cover the general costs of doing business – such as, money transfers, shipping, collateral, and so on.

 

Ensure that the Receivable Factoring company you're considering working with is transparent and upfront with you about its fee structure. In addition, you may want to consider a long-term contract with your Receivable Factoring company if it includes flexible rates or a price break. If you're receiving competitive offers from other Receivable Factoring companies or you have increased Receivable Factoring volume, you'll discover that many Receivable Factoring companies will be prepared to adjust their rates. A one-year contract is the industry standard for most Receivable Factoring agreements. Generally, unless you give your factor a 60 or 90-day notice, your Receivable Factoring contract will automatically renew.

 

What's the Difference between Recourse and Non-Recourse Receivable Factoring?

 

It's important that you understand the difference between recourse and non-recourse Receivable Factoring prior to choosing your Receivable Factoring company, because you need to know what the best fit would be for your company and your customers. So, with non-recourse Receivable Factoring, all of the credit risks for the collection of the invoice belong to the Receivable Factoring company; while recourse Receivable Factoring means that, with you being the client, you'll ultimately be responsible if the Receivable Factoring company is unable to collect payment on your customers' invoices.

 

There are benefits to recourse Receivable Factoring, and perhaps the main benefit is that it's less expensive than non-recourse Receivable Factoring. If you have a recourse agreement and the customer defaults on payment, it doesn't automatically mean that you'll be asked to settle the debt out-of-pocket. Generally, what happens is that the factor will hold back a portion of

 

either future cash advances or payments being held in reserve, with the money being placed in an escrow account awaiting settlement of the debt. Our suggestion is that you find a Receivable Factoring company that offers both recourse and non-recourse Receivable Factoring, because not all of your customers will be good candidates for recourse Receivable Factoring. An experienced Receivable Factoring company working with a strong credit team can also be helpful in ensuring you're working with good customers: this will relieve some of the pressure of being stuck with bad debt.

 

Experience and Capital: The Two Pre-Requisites

 

Your company should be looking for a Receivable Factoring company with experience in your industry, including the capital structure to fund your business as it continues to grow. Once you start researching Receivable Factoring companies you'll discover that there are a lot to choose from; however, many of these are recent start-ups with limited experience. Prior to signing any Receivable Factoring agreement, do your research and look into the history and background of the Receivable Factoring company concerned, especially its ability to provide financial services in your area of expertise.

 

The idea with Receivable Factoring is that, as your company grows, the funding of your customer invoices will grow with you. Research the Receivable Factoring company's client base and their capital structure. What's a typical account size? What's the Receivable Factoring volume of their largest client? Is the Receivable Factoring company limited to how many debtors it can handle? In general, Receivable Factoring companies that have been serving your industry for many years will usually be able to offer your business the best deal.

 

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There are many more benefits to Receivable Factoring than simply increasing your company's cash flow. Because the Receivable Factoring company will be handling the collection of your customer's invoices, your company will be saving time and resources. A good Receivable Factoring company will also be able to evaluate companies in your industry and provide credit information. In short, your factor will ensure that you experience excellent customer service. You'll be matched with your own representative who'll be able to address any questions or concerns you may have about your Receivable Factoring account.So, when researching Receivable Factoring companies, look for a factor who not only offers additional products but provides a high level of customer service that will help your business grow by assisting you in making smart business decisions.

 

 

 

 

 

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Fuller Truck and Haul has been in business since the mid1980s. They've delivered goods for nearly every major industry in the nation and for 20 plus years, business was booming as they've traversed the country in all weather for all clients. During the heady times from 2002 to 2007, Fuller was a top rated accounts receivable mastermind of the trucking industry. Few customers were ever late on bills and those clients who were, were sure to turn in their late payments within a reasonable amount of time. Cash was flowing and times were good for all.

 

But a short year later, in the fall of 2008, when the United States economy took a nosedive and businesses both small and large began to feel the pinch on their pocketbooks, those that used to make their demands had suddenly and largely gone silent. Business slowed down. And worse yet, Fuller had noticed during the early part of 2008 that though the bulk of their clients were always on time with payments, the few late-bloomers there were, had seemingly started to spread this illness. And as spring turmed to summer and summer into the early days of fall, Leo Fuller, CEO of Fuller felt a chill go down his spine whenever he would look at the weekly A/R reports. The numbers of clients who owed him back debt were growing.

 

He had gone to his administrators and asked them what the problem had been. Were they doing something wrong or different when it came to reaching out to delinquent accouts? By his bookkeepers records, this wasn't the case. He thought perhaps that he was losing clients to a competitor who offered rock-bottom prices with little to no guarantee of quality performance and the folks who owed Fuller money had jumped ship and decided to leave him holding the bag. They couldn't afford to pay him their debt, but they could afford a lesser service, maybe. But after doing the cursory research for this and talking to friends in the field, he found that alas, no, customers of Fuller hadn't gone elsewhere. They had just gone home.

 

The situation looked dire to Leo Fuller. He had employees to pay, goods to ship, trucks to maintain and overhead that was almost unbearable when compared against the lack of funds that were coming in. At night he would speak to his wife Linda and shake his head in frustration.

 

"I have a bad feeling, Lin," he would say with deep woe

 

."Well, what do you think it is?" she would ask.

 

Leo would stare off for a moment and then close eyes. He could see the fleet of trucks he had purchased over the years. He could see them traveling, bringing goods to all of his clients. But somewhere, a haze would form over his fleet and the vast number of vehicles would disappear to but a few. What could cause this ultimate death spiral of business?

 

"I know what it is," Leo said. "I've relied too long on the profits I receive from invoices alone. I've let too many of our customers go too long without paying on their bills."

 

Danielle could only grab her husband's hand and look at him lovingly, "It's a hard economy. It might be awhile until things get settled up."

 

Leo knew his wife meant well, but he knew that he was responsible for too many people to sit idly by, waiting for the sun to peak over the clouds.

 

The next day Leo strolled into his office and was determined to sit down and make every phone call to every client who had owed Fuller money. Now, it wasn't the most efficient way to spend a day as a chief executive, what he really needed to be doing was to be overseeing all of the other intricacies of shipment and delivery and reaching out to prospective clients or retraining his sales team to do the same. Even though he was doing something to help his company, he knew he had folks on salary to do just this thing. Wasting money, wasting time - even with the best of intentions, Leo knew that he was in trouble.

 

After a half day of contacting debtors in vain - they dodged his calls or promised to call back at worst or made minimal interest-only payments at best - he was about to throw in the towel when his secretary Danielle knocked at his door.

 

"Leo, can I have a word?" she asked standing in the doorway.

 

"Sure thing Danielle, come on in." Leo leaned back in his chair and looked expectantly at Danielle.

 

"Well, I did a little searching this afternoon and tried to figure out a way out of this mess Leo." She pulled a small stack of papers from a folder and set them on the desk before him.

 

"Have you ever heard of Receivable Factoring?" Danielle asked."It sounds vaguely familiar. What is it?" he said.

 

"Well," she began, "Its actually quite simple really. So basically, Receivable Factoring invoices would enable us to get paid on the nose for loads that we haul."

 

"Immediately?" Leo interrupted.

 

"Yes, immediately," she continued, "In a nutshell, it's pretty easy. We can have an expert account manager review our numbers and help us complete a company profile. That profile will also include investigating our accounts receivable aging reports, our existing customer credit limits and so on. Additionally, the Receivable Factoring will help to determine the creditworthiness of our customers independent of their credit history with our business. It's a broad view.”

 

“I see,” Leo said. “And then what?”“Well, after their review, and we're approved for a Receivable Factoring contract, we can negotiate terms and conditions. There's a lot of flexibility depending on the business volume and credit histories. This company tells us what the cost will be to purchase Receivable Factoring for our accounts receivable. We come to an agreement and the funding starts pouring out.”

 

Leo leaned forward and reviewed the paperwork closely."It sounds too good to be true, Danielle," he said. "Now, now, I know, I thought the same thing. But really, they have guaranteed us experts that do all the legwork, which would free us up here to focus on our clients in good standing and marketing, all that good stuff. And they're flexible Leo," she underlined a paragraph on the paper before him.

 

"How flexible?" he asked.

 

"They personalize the Receivable Factoring rates so that the amount they are willing to take on is commensurate with our needs and our client's debt. It only takes 2 to 4 days for this to be figured out.

 

"That sounds pretty good, seeing as we tapped ourselves out with bank loans last year to repair the fleet and money sure is tight. We need to keep business rolling as normal and every day we're going unpaid, we're closer to facing some serious problems in both the short and long term," Leo said.

 

He took a deep breath and looked at his secretary with something she recognized as hope.

 

"Exactly”. I think this might just be a way out of the trouble we're in with these folks who owe us money."

 

Leo thought about this and agreed with Danielle. The clients who owed them money were long standing friends and professional resources of Fuller. They didn't want to throw away these relationships because they were having trouble paying their bills now. Leo knew that the economy had taken a hit and he knew that it would probably be a long time before things started to look up again. That unknown amount of time, if he handled these debtors incorrectly, could spell disaster for both of them. He didn't want to lose business but he also didn't want to lose any more money.

 

"Well, let me think about this tonight Danielle, thank you." Danielle nodded, stood up and left the office feeling that she had helped her employer keep on his shirt and hers too.

 

Leo sat behind his desk and looked over the details Danielle had not mentioned in their meeting. What other issues could freight Receivable Factoring help Fuller with? With his pencil gliding down the sheet he noticed that the Receivable Factoring company could help fray the cost of fuel with fuel discount cards and fuel advances. In fact, Fuller could receive up to fifty-percent cash advances upon load pick-ups. As a man who hated binding contracts with no room to breathe, he was pleased to see that this Receivable Factoring company would not make him sign a long term contract, would not make him pay any sign up fees and there was no minimum volume required.

 

"Well, I'll have to tell Billy about this," Leo muttered to himself.His son-in-law Billy had liked the idea of Fuller so much and revered his father in law for having such business acumen that only two years before, he had gathered the venture capital to begin his own transportation service company. Leo knew then what struggles Billy would face but he encouraged him nonetheless. With the faltering economy, if a big fish like Fuller was hurting, a little guy like Billy was about to catch his death. But, an antidote may have been found in freight Receivable Factoring and Leo was soon to find out.

 

A few months later after going through the entire application process and having the experts review his accounts receivable, credit history and statements, Leo found himself beginning to dig his way out of the hole his delinquent account holders had created for him.

 

They took on reasonable Receivable Factoring purchase contracts and stopped spending their precious man hours scrambling to collect debt. They took that time and refocused effort to offering competitive prices in new territories. Leo looked back on the dismal months of life before freight Receivable Factoring and almost shuddered at the thought. Had he missed the boat on this one, he probably wouldn't be in business today.

 

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A little history on the Trucking Industry

 

The Logistics and Transportation Industry in the United States

The logistics and transportation industry in the United States is highly competitive. By investing in this sector, multinational firms position themselves to better facilitate the flow of goods throughout the largest consumer market in the world.. International and domestic companies in this industry benefit from a highly skilled workforce and relatively low costs and regulatory burdens.

 

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Spending in the U.S. logistics and transportation industry totaled $1.33 trillion in 2012, and represented 8.5 percent of annual gross domestic product (GDP). Analysts expect industry investment to correlate with growth in the U.S. economy.

 

A highly integrated supply chain network in the United States links producers and consumers through multiple transportation modes, including air and express delivery services, freight rail, maritime transport, and truck transport. To serve customers efficiently, multinational and domestic firms provide tailored logistics and transportation solutions that ensure coordinated goods movement from origin to end user through each supply chain network segment.

 

Industry Subsectors

 

Logistics services: This subsector includes inbound and outbound transportation management, fleet management, warehousing, materials handling, order fulfillment, logistics network design, inventory management, supply and demand planning, third-party logistics management, and other support services. Logistics services are involved at all levels in the planning and execution of the movement of goods.

 

Air and express delivery services (EDS): Firms offer expedited, time-sensitive, and end-to-end services for documents, small parcels, and high-value items. EDS firms also provide the export infrastructure for many exporters, particularly small and medium-sized businesses that cannot afford to operate their own supply chain.

 

 

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Freight rail: High volumes of heavy cargo and products are transported long distances via the U.S. rail tracking network. Freight rail moves more than 70 percent of the coal, 58 percent of its raw metal ores, and more than 30 percent of its grain for the nation. This subsector accounted for approximately one third of all U.S. exports.

 

Maritime: This subsector includes carriers, seaports, terminals, and labor involved in the movement of cargo and passengers by water. Water transportation carries about 78 percent of U.S. exports by tonnage, via both foreign-flag and U.S.-flag carriers.

 

Trucking: Over-the-road transportation of cargo is provided by motor vehicles over short and medium distances. The American Trucking Associations reports that in 2012, trucks moved 9.4 billion tons of freight, or about 68.5 percent of all freight tonnage transported domestically. Motor carriers collected $642 billion in revenues, or about 81 percent of total revenue earned by all domestic transport modes.

 

 

Industry Associations:

 

American Association of Port Authorities
American Society of Transportation and Logistics
American Trucking Associations
Association of American Railroads
Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals
Express Delivery and Logistics Association
Industry Publications:

 

American Shipper
Journal of Commerce
Material Handling & Logistics
Transport Intelligence
Transport Topics

 

North American Industry Classification System For Transportation

 

The Transportation and Warehousing sector includes industries providing transportation of passengers and cargo, warehousing and storage for goods, scenic and sightseeing transportation, and support activities related to modes of transportation. Establishments in these industries use transportation equipment or transportation related facilities as a productive asset. The type of equipment depends on the mode of transportation. The modes of transportation are air, rail, water, road, and pipeline.

 

The Transportation and Warehousing sector distinguishes three basic types of activities: subsectors for each mode of transportation, a subsector for warehousing and storage, and a subsector for establishments providing support activities for transportation. In addition, there are subsectors for establishments that provide passenger transportation for scenic and sightseeing purposes, postal services, and courier services.

 

A separate subsector for support activities is established in the sector because, first, support activities for transportation are inherently multimodal, such as freight transportation arrangement, or have multimodal aspects. Secondly, there are production process similarities among the support activity industries.

 

One of the support activities identified in the support activity subsector is the routine repair and maintenance of transportation equipment (e.g., aircraft at an airport, railroad rolling stock at a railroad terminal, or ships at a harbor or port facility). Such establishments do not perform complete overhauling or rebuilding of transportation equipment (i.e., periodic restoration of transportation equipment to original design specifications) or transportation equipment conversion (i.e., major modification to systems). An establishment that primarily performs factory (or shipyard) overhauls, rebuilding, or conversions of aircraft, railroad rolling stock, or a ship is classified in Subsector 336, Transportation Equipment Manufacturing according to the type of equipment.

 

Many of the establishments in this sector often operate on networks, with physical facilities, labor forces, and equipment spread over an extensive geographic area.

 

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Industries in the Truck Transportation subsector provide over-the-road transportation of cargo using motor vehicles, such as trucks and tractor trailers. The subsector is subdivided into general freight trucking and specialized freight trucking. This distinction reflects differences in equipment used, type of load carried, scheduling, terminal, and other networking services. General freight transportation establishments handle a wide variety of general commodities, generally palletized, and transported in a container or van trailer. Specialized freight transportation is the transportation of cargo that, because of size, weight, shape, or other inherent characteristics require specialized equipment for transportation.

 

Each of these industry groups is further subdivided based on distance traveled. Local trucking establishments primarily carry goods within a single metropolitan area and its adjacent nonurban areas. Long distance trucking establishments carry goods between metropolitan areas.

 

The Specialized Freight Trucking industry group includes a separate industry for Used Household and Office Goods Moving. The household and office goods movers are separated because of the substantial network of establishments that has developed to deal with local and long-distance moving and the associated storage. In this area, the same establishment provides both local and long-distance services, while other specialized freight establishments generally limit their services to either local or long-distance hauling.

 

General Freight Trucking

 

This industry group comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing general freight trucking. General freight establishments handle a wide variety of commodities, generally palletized, and transported in a container or van trailer. The establishments of this industry group provide a combination of the following network activities: local pickup, local sorting and terminal operations, line-haul, destination sorting and terminal operations, and local delivery.

 

General Freight Trucking, Local

 

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing local general freight trucking. General freight establishments handle a wide variety of commodities, generally palletized and transported in a container or van trailer. Local general freight trucking establishments usually provide trucking within a metropolitan area which may cross state lines. Generally the trips are same-day return.

 

General Freight Trucking, Long-Distance

 

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing long-distance general freight trucking. General freight establishments handle a wide variety of commodities, generally palletized and transported in a container or van trailer. Long-distance general freight trucking establishments usually provide trucking between metropolitan areas which may cross North American country borders. Included in this industry are establishments operating as truckload (TL) or less than truckload (LTL) carriers.

 

General Freight Trucking, Long-Distance, Truckload

 

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing long-distance general freight truckload (TL) trucking. These long-distance general freight truckload carrier establishments provide full truck movement of freight from origin to destination. The shipment of freight on a truck is characterized as a full single load not combined with other shipments.

 

General Freight Trucking, Long-Distance, Less Than Truckload

 

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing long-distance, general freight, less than truckload (LTL) trucking. LTL carriage is characterized as multiple shipments combined onto a single truck for multiple deliveries within a network. These establishments are generally characterized by the following network activities: local pickup, local sorting and terminal operations, line-haul, destination sorting and terminal operations, and local delivery.

 

Specialized Freight Trucking

 

This industry group comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing local or long-distance specialized freight trucking. The establishments of this industry are primarily engaged in the transportation of freight which, because of size, weight, shape, or other inherent characteristics, requires specialized equipment, such as flatbeds, tankers, or refrigerated trailers. This industry includes the transportation of used household, institutional, and commercial furniture and equipment.

 

 

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Used Household and Office Goods Moving

 

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing local or long-distance trucking of used household, used institutional, or used commercial furniture and equipment. Incidental packing and storage activities are often provided by these establishments. Specialized Freight (except Used Goods) Trucking, Local

 

Specialized Freight (except Used Goods) Trucking, Long-Distance

 

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing long-distance specialized trucking. These establishments provide trucking between metropolitan areas that may cross North American country borders.

 

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Freight Broker

 

A freight broker is an individual or company that serves as a liaison between another individual or company that needs shipping services and an authorized motor carrier. Though a freight broker plays an important role in the movement of cargo, the broker doesn't function as a shipper or a carrier. To operate as a freight broker, a business or individual must obtain a license from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). Freight brokers are required to carry surety bonds as well.

 

Freight broker services are valuable to both shippers and motor carriers. Freight brokers help shippers find reliable carriers that might otherwise be difficult to locate. They assist motor carriers in filling their trucks and earning money for transporting a wide variety of items. For their efforts, freight brokers earn commissions.

 

Freight brokers use their knowledge of the shipping industry and technological resources to help shippers and carriers accomplish their goals. Many companies find the services provided by freight brokers indispensable. In fact, some companies hire brokers to coordinate all of their shipping needs.

 

Often, freight brokers are confused with forwarders. Though a freight forwarder performs some of the same tasks as a freight broker, the two are not the same. A forwarder takes possession of the items being shipped, consolidates smaller shipments, and arranges for the transportation of the consolidated shipments. By contrast, a freight broker never takes possession of items being shipped thus in the absence of negligent entrustment, a freight broker is not normally involved as a party litigant in a cargo claim dispute, although as an accommodation, the freight broker may assist the shipper at their request and expense with filing freight claims.

 

 

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NAICS Index Description

 

 

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484110 Bulk mail truck transportation, contract, local
484110 Container trucking services, local
484110 General freight trucking, local
484110 Motor freight carrier, general, local
484110 Transfer (trucking) services, general freight, local
484110 Trucking, general freight, local
484121 Bulk mail truck transportation, contract, long-distance (TL)
484121 Container trucking services, long-distance (TL)
484121 General freight trucking, long-distance, truckload (TL)
484121 Motor freight carrier, general, long-distance, truckload (TL)
484121 Trucking, general freight, long-distance, truckload (TL)
484122 General freight trucking, long-distance, less-than-truckload (LTL)
484122 LTL (less-than-truckload) long-distance freight trucking
484122 Motor freight carrier, general, long-distance, less-than-truckload (LTL)
484122 Trucking, general freight, long-distance, less-than-truckload (LTL)
484210 Furniture moving, used
484210 Motor freight carrier, used household goods
484210 Trucking used household, office, or institutional furniture and equipment
484210 Used household and office goods moving
484210 Van lines, moving and storage services
484220 Agricultural products trucking, local
484220 Automobile carrier trucking, local
484220 Boat hauling, truck, local
484220 Bulk liquids trucking, local
484220 Coal hauling, truck, local
484220 Dry bulk trucking (except garbage collection, garbage hauling), local
484220 Dump trucking (e.g., gravel, sand, top soil)
484220 Farm products hauling, local
484220 Flatbed trucking, local
484220 Grain hauling, local
484220 Gravel hauling, local
484220 Livestock trucking, local
484220 Log hauling, local
484220 Milk hauling, local
484220 Mobile home towing services, local
484220 Refrigerated products trucking, local
484220 Rubbish hauling without collection or disposal, truck, local
484220 Sand hauling, local
484220 Tanker trucking (e.g., chemical, juice, milk, petroleum), local
484220 Top-soil hauling, local
484220 Tracked vehicle freight transportation, local
484220 Trucking, specialized freight (except used goods), local
484230 Automobile carrier trucking, long-distance

 

 

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484230 Boat hauling, truck, long-distance
484230 Bulk liquids trucking, long-distance
484230 Dry bulk carrier, truck, long-distance
484230 Farm products trucking, long-distance
484230 Flatbed trucking, long-distance
484230 Forest products trucking, long-distance
484230 Grain hauling, long-distance
484230 Gravel hauling, long-distance
484230 Livestock trucking, long-distance
484230 Log hauling, long-distance
484230 Mobile home towing services, long-distance
484230 Radioactive waste hauling, long-distance
484230 Recyclable material hauling, long-distance
484230 Refrigerated products trucking, long-distance

 

 

484230 Refuse hauling, long-distance
484230 Rubbish hauling without collection or disposal, truck, long-distance
484230 Sand hauling, long-distance
484230 Tanker trucking (e.g., chemical, juice, milk, petroleum), long-distance
484230 Tracked vehicle freight transportation, long-distance
484230 Trash hauling, long-distance
484230 Trucking, specialized freight (except used goods), long-distance
484230 Waste hauling, hazardous, long-distance
484230 Waste hauling, nonhazardous, long-distance

 

 

 

 

 

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Most of the energy consumed in the United States comes from fossil fuels (petroleum, coal, and natural gas). These fossil fuels and crude oil-based petroleum products are the major sources of energy used in the United States.

What is crude oil and what are petroleum products?

 

Crude oil is a mixture of hydrocarbons that formed from plants and animals that lived millions of years ago. Crude oil is a fossil fuel, and it exists in liquid form in underground pools or reservoirs, in tiny spaces within sedimentary rocks, and near the surface in tar (or oil) sands. Petroleum products are fuels made from crude oil and other hydrocarbons contained in natural gas. Petroleum products can also be made from coal, natural gas, and biomass.

Products made from crude oil

 

After crude oil is removed from the ground, it is sent to a refinery where different parts of the crude oil are separated into useable petroleum products. These petroleum products include gasoline, distillates such as diesel fuel and heating oil, jet fuel, petrochemical feedstocks, waxes, lubricating oils, and asphalt.A U.S 42-gallon barrel of crude oil yields about 45 gallons of petroleum products in U.S. refineries because of refinery processing gain. This increase in volume is similar to what happens to popcorn when it is popped.

The United States is one of the largest crude oil producers

 

U.S. refineries obtain crude oil produced in the United States and in other countries. Different types of companies supply crude oil to the world market.

Where is U.S. crude oil produced?

 

Crude oil is produced in 32 U.S. states and in U.S. coastal waters. In 2017, about 65% of total U.S. crude oil production came from five states:

 

• Texas—38%
• North Dakota—11%
• Alaska—5%
• California—5%
• New Mexico—5%

 


In 2017, about 18% of U.S. crude oil was produced from wells located offshore in the federally administered waters of the Gulf of Mexico.

 

Although total U.S. crude oil production generally declined between 1985 and 2008, annual production increased from 2009 through 2015. Production declined slightly in 2016 and increased in 2017. More cost-effective drilling technology helped to boost production, especially in Texas, North Dakota, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Colorado.

 

What is natural gas?

 

Natural gas is a fossil energy source that formed deep beneath the earth's surface. Natural gas contains many different compounds. The largest component of natural gas is methane, a compound with one carbon atom and four hydrogen atoms (CH4). Natural gas also contains smaller amounts of natural gas liquids (NGL; which are also hydrocarbon gas liquids), and nonhydrocarbon gases, such as carbon dioxide and water vapor. We use natural gas as a fuel and to make materials and chemicals.

How did natural gas form?

 

Millions to 100’s of millions of years ago and over long periods of time, the remains of plants and animals (such as diatoms) built up in thick layers on the earth’s surface and ocean floors, sometimes mixed with sand, silt, and calcium carbonate. Over time, these layers were buried under sand, silt, and rock. Pressure and heat changed some of this carbon and hydrogen-rich material into coal, some into oil (petroleum), and some into natural gas.

Where is natural gas found?

 

In some places, natural gas moved into large cracks and spaces between layers of overlying rock. The natural gas found in these types of formations is sometimes called conventional natural gas. In other places, natural gas occurs in the tiny pores (spaces) within some formations of shale, sandstone, and other types of sedimentary rock. This natural gas is referred to as shale gas or tight gas, and it is sometimes called unconventional natural gas. Natural gas also occurs with deposits of crude oil, and this natural gas is called associated natural gas. Natural gas deposits are found on land and some are offshore and deep under the ocean floor. A type of natural gas found in coal deposits is called coalbed methane.

How do we find natural gas?

 

The search for natural gas begins with geologists who study the structure and processes of the earth. They locate the types of geologic formations that are likely to contain natural gas deposits.Geologists often use seismic surveys on land and in the ocean to find the right places to drill natural gas and oil wells. Seismic surveys create and measure seismic waves in the earth to get information on the geology of rock formations. Seismic surveys on land may use a thumper truck, which has a vibrating pad that pounds the ground to create seismic waves in the underlying rock. Sometimes small amounts of explosives are used. Seismic surveys conducted in the ocean use blasts of sound that create sonic waves to explore the geology beneath the ocean floor.If the results of seismic surveys indicate that a site has potential for producing natural gas, an exploratory well is drilled and tested. The results of the test provide information on the quality and quantity of natural gas available in the resource.

Drilling natural gas wells and producing natural gas

 

If the results from a test well show that a geologic formation has enough natural gas to produce and make a profit, one or more production (or development) wells are drilled. Natural gas wells can be drilled vertically and horizontally into natural gas-bearing formations. In conventional natural gas deposits, the natural gas generally flows easily up through wells to the surface.In the United States and in a few other countries, natural gas is produced from shale and other types of sedimentary rock formations by forcing water, chemicals, and sand down a well under high pressure. This process, called hydraulic fracturing or fracking, and sometimes referred to as unconventional production, breaks up the formation, releases the natural gas from the rock, and allows the natural gas to flow to and up wells to the surface. At the top of the well on the surface, natural gas is put into gathering pipelines and sent to natural gas processing plants.

Natural gas is processed for sale and consumption

 

Natural gas withdrawn from natural gas or crude oil wells is called wet natural gas because, along with methane, it usually contains NGL—ethane, propane, butanes, and pentanes—and water vapor. Wellhead natural gas may also contain nonhydrocarbons such as sulfur, helium, nitrogen, hydrogen sulfide, and carbon dioxide, most of which must be removed from natural gas before it is sold to consumers. From the wellhead, natural gas is sent to processing plants where water vapor and nonhydrocarbon compounds are removed and NGL are separated from the wet gas and sold separately. Some ethane is often left in the processed natural gas. The separated NGL are called natural gas plant liquids (NGPL), and the processed natural gas is called dry, consumer-grade, or pipeline quality natural gas. Some wellhead natural gas is sufficiently dry and satisfies pipeline transportation standards without processing. Chemicals called odorants are added to natural gas so that leaks in natural gas pipelines can be detected. Dry natural gas is sent through pipelines to underground storage fields or to distribution companies and then to consumers.In places where natural gas pipelines are not available to take away associated natural gas produced from oil wells, the natural gas may be reinjected into the oil-bearing formation, or it may be vented or burned (flared). Reinjecting unmarketable natural gas can help to maintain pressure in oil wells to improve oil production.Coalbed methane can be extracted from coal deposits before or during coal mining, and it can be added to natural gas pipelines without any special treatment.Most of the natural gas consumed in the United States is produced in the United States. Some natural gas is imported from Canada and Mexico in pipelines. A small amount of natural gas is also imported as liquefied natural gasThe United States used about 27 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of natural gas in 2017, the equivalent of 28 quadrillion British thermal units (Btu) and 29% of total U.S. primary energy consumption.Natural gas use by U.S. consuming sectors by amount and share of total U.S. natural gas consumption in 2017

 

• Industrial—9.51 Tcf—35
• Electric power—9.25 Tcf—34%
• Residential—4.41 Tcf—16%
• Commercial—3.16 Tcf—12%
• Transportation—0.77 Tcf—3%

 


How natural gas is used in the United States

 

Most U.S. natural gas use is for heating buildings and generating electricity, but some consuming sectors have other uses for natural gas.The industrial sector uses natural gas as a fuel for process heating, in combined heat and power systems, and as a raw material (feedstock) to produce chemicals, fertilizer, and hydrogen. In 2017, the industrial sector accounted for about 35% of U.S. natural gas consumption, and natural gas was the source of about 31% of the U.S. industrial sector's total energy consumption.The electric power sector uses natural gas to generate electricity. In 2017, the electric power sector accounted for about 34% of U.S. natural gas consumption, and natural gas was the source of about 26% of the U.S. electric power sector's energy consumption. Most of the electricity produced by the electric power sector is sold to and used by the other U.S. consuming sectors, and that electricity use is included in each sector’s total energy consumption. The other consuming sectors also use natural gas to generate electricity, and nearly all of this electricity is used by the sectors themselves.The residential sector uses natural gas to heat buildings and water, to cook, and to dry clothes. About half of the homes in the United States use natural gas for these purposes. In 2017, the residential sector accounted for about 16% of U.S. natural gas consumption, and natural gas was the source of about 23% of the U.S. residential sector's total energy consumption. The commercial sector uses natural gas to heat buildings and water, to operate refrigeration and cooling equipment, to cook, to dry clothes, and to provide outdoor lighting. Some consumers in the commercial sector also use natural gas as a fuel in combined heat and power systems. In 2017, the commercial sector accounted for about 12% of U.S. natural gas consumption, and natural gas was the source of about 18% of the U.S. commercial sector's energy consumption.The transportation sector uses natural gas as a fuel to operate compressors that move natural gas through pipelines and as a vehicle fuel in the form of compressed natural gas and liquefied natural gas. Nearly all vehicles that use natural gas as a fuel are in government and private vehicle fleets. In 2017, the transportation sector accounted for about 3% of total U.S. natural gas consumption. Natural gas was the source of about 3% of the U.S. transportation sector's energy consumption in 2017, of which 94% was for natural gas pipeline and distribution operations.

Where natural gas is used

 

Natural gas is used throughout the United States, but five states accounted for about 38% of total U.S. natural gas consumption in 2017:

 

• Texas—14.3%
• California—7.8%
• Louisiana—5.9%
• Florida—5.1%
• Pennsylvania—4.7%

 


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Ohio Staffing Factoring Services-About The Staffing industry

Who Staffing Factoring Is Right For

 

Due to the huge variety of positions recruited for and industries served, a staffing firm's invoices can be paid at unpredictable times. Payroll Receivable Factoring helps staffing firms overcome their cash flow management issues. If you are a staffing company with $5,000 to $50,000 per month of outstanding invoices, Receivable Factoring may be the solution for you.Staffing Receivable Factoring is often used by:

 

- General staffing firms
- Information (IT) staffing firms
- Temporary staffing firms
- Health care staffing firms
- Human resources (HR) consulting firms
- Headhunters
For the staffing industry, payroll Receivable Factoring has increasingly become an important lifeline. staffing firms typically aren't paid until placements have been on the job for two weeks, and sometimes three months for executives. That's a long time to wait for the cash you need to run your business.This problem can hurt staffing firms looking to put contract workers, or temp employees, into another organization. They will typically give 30- to 90-day terms to the business they're working with, but still have to pay these workers in the meantime. However, it can also hurt large executive recruiting firms who often work on a small retainer before they even know if they'll be paid.Some executive firms may not be able to use staffing Receivable Factoring until after they've placed an employee, but all temp agencies will be able to use a staffing Receivable Factoring product as soon as they place workers. Either way, staffing Receivable Factoring has become a lifeline for the industry to help them keep their expenses in check while they wait for their customers to pay.

 

About The Staffing Industry

 

5 Benefits of Using a Staffing Agency to Improve Quality of New Hires

 

1. Focus

 

Working with a staffing firm allows your team to stay focused on the tasks and tactics that make your business most profitable. With fewer tasks to be completed in-house, distractions are minimized. Let a staffing firm do the busy work of filling your candidate funnel and eliminating those who are not qualified or who are not likely to be a good fit for your company's culture.2. Expert Advice

 

staffing firm recruiters are trained and experienced experts who can efficiently sift through the hundreds - or even thousands - of responses your job posting may solicit and bring you a short list for consideration. What's more, their insights about candidates or their resumes can be invaluable in helping you decide which candidates should make the cut and move on to an interview.3. Better-Informed Candidates

 

Few things are more frustrating within the recruiting and hiring process as moving a candidate all the way through the process to the point of making an offer, only to discover that they had unrealistic expectations about the job, its salary range or responsibilities. One of the benefits of using a staffing firm is that they give candidates information about your company and the position ahead of time, so that candidates who want to self-select out of the process for any reason can do so, saving you time and resources in the process.4. Pre-Screened for the Fast Track

 

Recruiting and hiring processes can take months! You can short-cut the process by working with staffing firms who have already recruited, interviewed and pre-screened candidates who can be in place within a day or two, instead of weeks or months.5. Try Before You Buy Options

 

Having the ability to work with candidates on a trial basis as temporary employees placed through a staffing firm gives you the opportunity to bring in top talent and see how they fit within the team and perform without making a long-term commitment. It can be equally positive for candidates themselves as they have a chance to find out whether the job and your corporate culture is a good fit for them. If you have experienced the pain and high cost of making a bad hire, this reason alone might make the benefits of using a staffing agency preferable to doing the recruiting and hiring yourself.Benefits of Using a Staffing Agency: Calculating the Cost of a New Hire

 

The cost of a new hire is far greater than the cost of posting position openings or running a new hire screening, and not all of those costs can be measured in dollars. For instance, how can you calculate the negative impact of turnover on an understaffed department, or time lost to productivity when new hires are shadowing other employees?If you are trying to come up with the real cost of recruiting and hiring in your organization in order to weigh the benefits of using a staffing agency against completing the work in-house, here are some costs to consider:

 

- Time spent writing job post ad copy
- Time spent researching job boards, social networks and publications for placements
- Cost of placing position openings in print and online job boards
- Time spent reviewing submissions, monitoring all placement channels and responding to applicants
- Resources (time, money and materials) spent on written responses to applicants
- Time spent doing pre-interview phone screenings and setting up interviews
- Time spent conducting interviews and lost productivity for interview participants
- Time spent conducting reference checks
- Time and resources spent on pre-employment screening/s
- Food, beverages, lodging or travel costs
- Cost of reimbursement for parking or transportation
It's a lot! When you begin to tally up the cost of time spent on-boarding new hires, doing paperwork, setting up payroll and benefits, completing training and lower productivity while they get up to speed, you can begin to understand the high cost of employee turnover and better appreciate the benefits of using a staffing agency, especially when it comes to improving the cost of new hires.

 

Staffing Industry Statistics

 

The staffing, recruiting, and workforce solutions industry makes a vital contribution to the U.S. economy, and provides outstanding job and career opportunities for nearly 17 million employees per year. Click on the tabs below to see the facts and statistics for staffing companies and employees.

 

In the U.S., there are about 20,000 staffing and recruiting companies, which altogether operate around 39,000 offices. Approximately 55% of companies and 74% of offices are in the temporary and contract staffing sector of the industry.

 

Staffing companies offer a wide range of employment-related services, predominantly

 

 Temporary and contract staffing
 Recruiting and permanent placement
 Outsourcing and outplacement
Human resource consultingThe staffing industry in the U.S. - Statistics & Facts

 

Staffing firms operate within the business services industry, finding workers for client companies. Unlike recruitment companies, staffing firms primarily deal with temporary and contract job positions, although not necessarily exclusively. Staffing firms find temporary employees to fill job positions for client companies which require staff for short term work assignments. These positions, which are usually for lower skilled jobs, have vacancies available for a variety of reasons, such as, maternity leave, short term projects or periods of high demand in the company. Despite the candidate working within a client company, they often remain an employee of the staffing agency. This is not the case in all positions, as the employee may go on to be hired permanently by the client company.

 

The global staffing industry generated 428 billion U.S. dollars in 2016. In that same year, the United States' staffing and recruiting industry sales reached 150 billion U.S. dollars, 85 percent of which was generated in the temporary and contract employment sector. In the United States, temporary and contract employment totaled 14.5 million in 2016, down from 15.6 million in 2015, the highest employment figure recorded since the year 2000. While employment figures have been sporadic between 2000 and 2016, the average length of temporary and contract assignments have generally risen over the period from 9.7 weeks in 2000 to 11.5 weeks in 2016.

 

How Staffing Agencies Work

 

How can businesses and job hunters cut through the red tape of the hiring process? Many use an employment agency to alleviate the process. An employment agency is a firm hired by a company to help with its staffing needs. Employment agencies find people to fill all kinds of jobs, from temporary to full-time, in a number of career fields. Whether a company needs a nurse, an administrative assistant, a manager or a carpenter, an employment agency can find the right employee.

 

Both public and private employment agencies help place workers. In the United States, one of the major public employment agencies is the U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration. This agency provides job-seeking services and tools for workers through online resources and a network of offices around the country. It promotes public and private sector jobs by linking to national and state job banks.Private employment agencies also help place workers, particularly in the private sector. These employment agencies tend to specialize in one of three fields:

 

- personnel placement services
- staffing services, also known as temporary help services
- executive search firms

 

All told, these staffing firms put millions of people to work every day. In fact, in the temporary and contract industry, over two million people are employed by staffing firms every business day, and staffing firms hire 8.6 million temporary and contract employees every year

So, what do these employment agencies actually do?

 

Read on to find out why they're an invaluable resource for both employers and employees. For employers, an employment agency can take the grunt work out of human resources. Filling an open position takes time and money. Estimates are that hiring a worker can cost 7 to 20 percent of that position's salary and take 30 to 45 days to fill. That can be pretty taxing to some companies, so it's worth their while to farm out the hiring process to a recruiter at an employment agency.When a business needs a specific person for a job, it'll contract with a personnel placement services firm, also called a recruiter. The recruiter handles the search process and matches up an employee with the job in question, lining up potential candidates who interview with the company.For senior-level management positions, a company may choose to hire an executive search firm, also known as a headhunter. An executive search firm works under a retainer agreement from the hiring company and uses a set code of standards to identify and place workers in these highly visible positions.When a company just needs a vacation fill-in or someone to work for a few months, it uses a staffing agency. Staffing agencies provide skilled employees to work on a temporary or contract basis. Some employers also use staffing agencies as recruiters in positions known as "temp to perm,"meaning the position is temporary, but it could lead to a permanent position if the worker and company are a good fit.

What is a staffing agency?

 

Also known as employment agencies or recruitment firms, staffing agencies employ recruiters who work on behalf of employers looking to fill positions or workers hoping to find positions. These positions range in levels from entry level to executive level and often require specific skills and knowledge. The staffing firm's job is to find qualified candidates on behalf of a company or, in the case of representing workers seeking jobs, appropriate positions for the candidate.Many staffing firms specialize in a particular industry, experience level, or type of work. The work may be temporary, part-time, short-term, or full time.

Medical staffing firm

 

Since healthcare is a high-demand industry with busy periods and fluctuations in labor, many staffing agencies specialize in filling positions for medical personnel. Medical staffing agencies may further specialize in a particular profession, such as nursing, or type of position, such as temporary or permanent. Others staff a wide range of positions, including registered vocational, and practical nurses; physical, occupational, and speech therapists; OR, ER, CT, and radiation technicians; social workers; home health aids; administrative and office personnel; and many others.Some staffing firms do hire physicians although not as frequently as other medical professions.

Engineering staffing agencies

 

As with medical staffing firms, engineering staffing firms specialize in filling positions in a high-demand field—in this case, of course, engineering. Staffing agencies may focus on specific niches or types of engineering or cover a range of fields, such as aerospace, agricultural, biomedical, chemical, civil, computer and software, electrical, environmental, industrial, manufacturing, mechanical, nuclear, pharmaceutical, project, solar, structural, systems, and telecommunication, among many other specialties.

 

Staffing agency vs. temp agency

 

While many people confuse the two terms, a temp agency is actually a type of staffing agency specializing in temporary work. Temp agencies exclusively find employees to fill short-term positions, many of which arise at a moment's notice because of illnesses, maternity leave, and other absences. Employers may also engage temp agencies to find extra help during busy seasons. For instance, a department store may hire extra workers during the holiday season and use a temp agency to find temporary employees.Meanwhile, a staffing firm may find temporary positions and workers, but employers and professionals may also use one to find longer-term work depending on the needs of the client.

 

How do staffing agencies work?

 

Employers

 

As an employer, you will look for a staffing firm that specializes in or covers your industry. In your initial meeting, you'll share the requirements for the job and any other needs you'd like to specify.The staffing firm will then create a job description based on your input and share it across several channels, including their own website and other job boards. Depending on the nature of the work, representatives may also actively recruit candidates from LinkedIn and other professional channels.Once the staffing firm has located appropriate candidates, the recruiter will perform one or more screening interviews and narrow down the pool further. Again, depending on whether the work is temporary or permanent and other qualifications, you may ask the agency to conduct the entire hiring process, or you may choose to interview the candidates yourself as well. Either way, you will be involved in the hiring process and will have the ultimate say over which candidate is selected.In the case of positions that are temporary or temp-to-hire (the company hires the employee on a temporary basis but will consider hiring her for a more permanent position if it works out), the staffing agency usually handles the entire recruitment and interviewing process. For permanent positions, the staffing firm generally functions like a traditional recruitment agency and finds and screens candidates for the employer to interview.If the position is temporary, the agency will pay the worker directly. If the position is permanent or becomes permanent, the employer will handle or take over payroll for the employee.

 

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Who Staffing Factoring Is Right For

 

Due to the huge variety of positions recruited for and industries served, a staffing firm's invoices can be paid at unpredictable times. Payroll Receivable Factoring helps staffing firms overcome their cash flow management issues. If you are a staffing company with $5,000 to $50,000 per month of outstanding invoices, Receivable Factoring may be the solution for you.Staffing Receivable Factoring is often used by:

 

- General staffing firms
- Information (IT) staffing firms
- Temporary staffing firms
- Health care staffing firms
- Human resources (HR) consulting firms
- Headhunters
For the staffing industry, payroll Receivable Factoring has increasingly become an important lifeline. staffing firms typically aren't paid until placements have been on the job for two weeks, and sometimes three months for executives. That's a long time to wait for the cash you need to run your business.This problem can hurt staffing firms looking to put contract workers, or temp employees, into another organization. They will typically give 30- to 90-day terms to the business they're working with, but still have to pay these workers in the meantime. However, it can also hurt large executive recruiting firms who often work on a small retainer before they even know if they'll be paid.Some executive firms may not be able to use staffing Receivable Factoring until after they've placed an employee, but all temp agencies will be able to use a staffing Receivable Factoring product as soon as they place workers. Either way, staffing Receivable Factoring has become a lifeline for the industry to help them keep their expenses in check while they wait for their customers to pay.

 

About The Staffing Industry

 

5 Benefits of Using a Staffing Agency to Improve Quality of New Hires

 

1. Focus

 

Working with a staffing firm allows your team to stay focused on the tasks and tactics that make your business most profitable. With fewer tasks to be completed in-house, distractions are minimized. Let a staffing firm do the busy work of filling your candidate funnel and eliminating those who are not qualified or who are not likely to be a good fit for your company's culture.2. Expert Advice

 

staffing firm recruiters are trained and experienced experts who can efficiently sift through the hundreds - or even thousands - of responses your job posting may solicit and bring you a short list for consideration. What's more, their insights about candidates or their resumes can be invaluable in helping you decide which candidates should make the cut and move on to an interview.3. Better-Informed Candidates

 

Few things are more frustrating within the recruiting and hiring process as moving a candidate all the way through the process to the point of making an offer, only to discover that they had unrealistic expectations about the job, its salary range or responsibilities. One of the benefits of using a staffing firm is that they give candidates information about your company and the position ahead of time, so that candidates who want to self-select out of the process for any reason can do so, saving you time and resources in the process.4. Pre-Screened for the Fast Track

 

Recruiting and hiring processes can take months! You can short-cut the process by working with staffing firms who have already recruited, interviewed and pre-screened candidates who can be in place within a day or two, instead of weeks or months.5. Try Before You Buy Options

 

Having the ability to work with candidates on a trial basis as temporary employees placed through a staffing firm gives you the opportunity to bring in top talent and see how they fit within the team and perform without making a long-term commitment. It can be equally positive for candidates themselves as they have a chance to find out whether the job and your corporate culture is a good fit for them. If you have experienced the pain and high cost of making a bad hire, this reason alone might make the benefits of using a staffing agency preferable to doing the recruiting and hiring yourself.Benefits of Using a Staffing Agency: Calculating the Cost of a New Hire

 

The cost of a new hire is far greater than the cost of posting position openings or running a new hire screening, and not all of those costs can be measured in dollars. For instance, how can you calculate the negative impact of turnover on an understaffed department, or time lost to productivity when new hires are shadowing other employees?If you are trying to come up with the real cost of recruiting and hiring in your organization in order to weigh the benefits of using a staffing agency against completing the work in-house, here are some costs to consider:

 

- Time spent writing job post ad copy
- Time spent researching job boards, social networks and publications for placements
- Cost of placing position openings in print and online job boards
- Time spent reviewing submissions, monitoring all placement channels and responding to applicants
- Resources (time, money and materials) spent on written responses to applicants
- Time spent doing pre-interview phone screenings and setting up interviews
- Time spent conducting interviews and lost productivity for interview participants
- Time spent conducting reference checks
- Time and resources spent on pre-employment screening/s
- Food, beverages, lodging or travel costs
- Cost of reimbursement for parking or transportation
It's a lot! When you begin to tally up the cost of time spent on-boarding new hires, doing paperwork, setting up payroll and benefits, completing training and lower productivity while they get up to speed, you can begin to understand the high cost of employee turnover and better appreciate the benefits of using a staffing agency, especially when it comes to improving the cost of new hires.

 

Staffing Industry Statistics

 

The staffing, recruiting, and workforce solutions industry makes a vital contribution to the U.S. economy, and provides outstanding job and career opportunities for nearly 17 million employees per year. Click on the tabs below to see the facts and statistics for staffing companies and employees.

 

In the U.S., there are about 20,000 staffing and recruiting companies, which altogether operate around 39,000 offices. Approximately 55% of companies and 74% of offices are in the temporary and contract staffing sector of the industry.

 

Staffing companies offer a wide range of employment-related services, predominantly

 

 Temporary and contract staffing
 Recruiting and permanent placement
 Outsourcing and outplacement
Human resource consultingThe staffing industry in the U.S. - Statistics & Facts

 

Staffing firms operate within the business services industry, finding workers for client companies. Unlike recruitment companies, staffing firms primarily deal with temporary and contract job positions, although not necessarily exclusively. Staffing firms find temporary employees to fill job positions for client companies which require staff for short term work assignments. These positions, which are usually for lower skilled jobs, have vacancies available for a variety of reasons, such as, maternity leave, short term projects or periods of high demand in the company. Despite the candidate working within a client company, they often remain an employee of the staffing agency. This is not the case in all positions, as the employee may go on to be hired permanently by the client company.

 

The global staffing industry generated 428 billion U.S. dollars in 2016. In that same year, the United States' staffing and recruiting industry sales reached 150 billion U.S. dollars, 85 percent of which was generated in the temporary and contract employment sector. In the United States, temporary and contract employment totaled 14.5 million in 2016, down from 15.6 million in 2015, the highest employment figure recorded since the year 2000. While employment figures have been sporadic between 2000 and 2016, the average length of temporary and contract assignments have generally risen over the period from 9.7 weeks in 2000 to 11.5 weeks in 2016.

 

How Staffing Agencies Work

 

How can businesses and job hunters cut through the red tape of the hiring process? Many use an employment agency to alleviate the process. An employment agency is a firm hired by a company to help with its staffing needs. Employment agencies find people to fill all kinds of jobs, from temporary to full-time, in a number of career fields. Whether a company needs a nurse, an administrative assistant, a manager or a carpenter, an employment agency can find the right employee.

 

Both public and private employment agencies help place workers. In the United States, one of the major public employment agencies is the U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration. This agency provides job-seeking services and tools for workers through online resources and a network of offices around the country. It promotes public and private sector jobs by linking to national and state job banks.Private employment agencies also help place workers, particularly in the private sector. These employment agencies tend to specialize in one of three fields:

 

- personnel placement services
- staffing services, also known as temporary help services
- executive search firms

 

All told, these staffing firms put millions of people to work every day. In fact, in the temporary and contract industry, over two million people are employed by staffing firms every business day, and staffing firms hire 8.6 million temporary and contract employees every year

So, what do these employment agencies actually do?

 

Read on to find out why they're an invaluable resource for both employers and employees. For employers, an employment agency can take the grunt work out of human resources. Filling an open position takes time and money. Estimates are that hiring a worker can cost 7 to 20 percent of that position's salary and take 30 to 45 days to fill. That can be pretty taxing to some companies, so it's worth their while to farm out the hiring process to a recruiter at an employment agency.When a business needs a specific person for a job, it'll contract with a personnel placement services firm, also called a recruiter. The recruiter handles the search process and matches up an employee with the job in question, lining up potential candidates who interview with the company.For senior-level management positions, a company may choose to hire an executive search firm, also known as a headhunter. An executive search firm works under a retainer agreement from the hiring company and uses a set code of standards to identify and place workers in these highly visible positions.When a company just needs a vacation fill-in or someone to work for a few months, it uses a staffing agency. Staffing agencies provide skilled employees to work on a temporary or contract basis. Some employers also use staffing agencies as recruiters in positions known as """"temp to perm,"""" meaning the position is temporary, but it could lead to a permanent position if the worker and company are a good fit.

What is a staffing agency?

 

Also known as employment agencies or recruitment firms, staffing agencies employ recruiters who work on behalf of employers looking to fill positions or workers hoping to find positions. These positions range in levels from entry level to executive level and often require specific skills and knowledge. The staffing firm's job is to find qualified candidates on behalf of a company or, in the case of representing workers seeking jobs, appropriate positions for the candidate.Many staffing firms specialize in a particular industry, experience level, or type of work. The work may be temporary, part-time, short-term, or full time.

Medical staffing firm

 

Since healthcare is a high-demand industry with busy periods and fluctuations in labor, many staffing agencies specialize in filling positions for medical personnel. Medical staffing agencies may further specialize in a particular profession, such as nursing, or type of position, such as temporary or permanent. Others staff a wide range of positions, including registered vocational, and practical nurses; physical, occupational, and speech therapists; OR, ER, CT, and radiation technicians; social workers; home health aids; administrative and office personnel; and many others.Some staffing firms do hire physicians although not as frequently as other medical professions.

Engineering staffing agencies

 

As with medical staffing firms, engineering staffing firms specialize in filling positions in a high-demand field—in this case, of course, engineering. Staffing agencies may focus on specific niches or types of engineering or cover a range of fields, such as aerospace, agricultural, biomedical, chemical, civil, computer and software, electrical, environmental, industrial, manufacturing, mechanical, nuclear, pharmaceutical, project, solar, structural, systems, and telecommunication, among many other specialties.

 

Staffing agency vs. temp agency

 

While many people confuse the two terms, a temp agency is actually a type of staffing agency specializing in temporary work. Temp agencies exclusively find employees to fill short-term positions, many of which arise at a moment's notice because of illnesses, maternity leave, and other absences. Employers may also engage temp agencies to find extra help during busy seasons. For instance, a department store may hire extra workers during the holiday season and use a temp agency to find temporary employees.Meanwhile, a staffing firm may find temporary positions and workers, but employers and professionals may also use one to find longer-term work depending on the needs of the client.

 

How do staffing agencies work?

 

Employers

 

As an employer, you will look for a staffing firm that specializes in or covers your industry. In your initial meeting, you'll share the requirements for the job and any other needs you'd like to specify.The staffing firm will then create a job description based on your input and share it across several channels, including their own website and other job boards. Depending on the nature of the work, representatives may also actively recruit candidates from LinkedIn and other professional channels.Once the staffing firm has located appropriate candidates, the recruiter will perform one or more screening interviews and narrow down the pool further. Again, depending on whether the work is temporary or permanent and other qualifications, you may ask the agency to conduct the entire hiring process, or you may choose to interview the candidates yourself as well. Either way, you will be involved in the hiring process and will have the ultimate say over which candidate is selected.In the case of positions that are temporary or temp-to-hire (the company hires the employee on a temporary basis but will consider hiring her for a more permanent position if it works out), the staffing agency usually handles the entire recruitment and interviewing process. For permanent positions, the staffing firm generally functions like a traditional recruitment agency and finds and screens candidates for the employer to interview.If the position is temporary, the agency will pay the worker directly. If the position is permanent or becomes permanent, the employer will handle or take over payroll for the employee.

 

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