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As a small business owner in the manufacturing industry, you know that your business is exposed daily to a variety of risks and liabilities. You and your employees are at significant risk for injury on the job, you have to protect your inventory, and you have to be financially equipped to deal with product recalls and equipment breakdowns. In the manufacturing industry, commercial business insurance and business financing solutions are essential for growing and maintaining your business.

At Value One, we understand the unique challenges faced by manufacturing businesses. Whether your company manufactures food and beverages, consumer products, industrial equipment, electronics, or plastic goods, Value One is there to help you protect your business, customers, and employees from the inherent risks of the manufacturing industry. We can also match you with the right business funding solutions for your company’s unique needs.

Business Financing Solutions for Manufacturers

As a small business owner, the right commercial funding is a critical need for growing and maintaining your business. Value One offers a wide range of financial solutions, tailored to fit the unique needs of the manufacturing industry.

Here are some of the business loans and financing available to you through Value One:

Business Term Loans — With a business term loan, you borrow the amount you need in one lump sum, and then pay it back over time at a predefined interest rate. Because of the variation in payment structures, term loans are easy to customize to meet the specific needs of your business.

Business Line of Credit — A business line of credit gives you a set amount of available credit, and you pay interest only when you access those funds. Once you have paid back those funds, your credit line is replenished for you to use again.

Equipment Financing —Equipment financing is a loan that helps small business owners purchase new business equipment and allows them to use that equipment as collateral. The amount of money you can borrow and the interest rate you’ll be charged depends on several factors, including the value of the equipment you are purchasing, your credit score, and the financial history of your business.

If you are interested in growing your manufacturing business, contact Value One today at 855-248-5050 and we’ll help you find the small business funding for your company.

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Manufacturing

As a small business owner in the manufacturing industry, you know that your business is exposed daily to a variety of risks and liabilities. You and your employees are at significant risk for injury on the job, you have to protect your inventory, and you have to be financially equipped to deal with product recalls and equipment breakdowns. In the manufacturing industry, commercial business insurance and business financing solutions are essential for growing and maintaining your business.

At Value One, we understand the unique challenges faced by manufacturing businesses. Whether your company manufactures food and beverages, consumer products, industrial equipment, electronics, or plastic goods, Value One is there to help you protect your business, customers, and employees from the inherent risks of the manufacturing industry. We can also match you with the right business funding solutions for your company’s unique needs.

Business Financing Solutions for Manufacturers

As a small business owner, the right commercial funding is a critical need for growing and maintaining your business. Value One offers a wide range of financial solutions, tailored to fit the unique needs of the manufacturing industry.

Here are some of the business loans and financing available to you through Value One:

Business Term Loans — With a business term loan, you borrow the amount you need in one lump sum, and then pay it back over time at a predefined interest rate. Because of the variation in payment structures, term loans are easy to customize to meet the specific needs of your business.

Business Line of Credit — A business line of credit gives you a set amount of available credit, and you pay interest only when you access those funds. Once you have paid back those funds, your credit line is replenished for you to use again.

Equipment Financing —Equipment financing is a loan that helps small business owners purchase new business equipment and allows them to use that equipment as collateral. The amount of money you can borrow and the interest rate you’ll be charged depends on several factors, including the value of the equipment you are purchasing, your credit score, and the financial history of your business.

If you are interested in growing your manufacturing business, contact Value One today at 855-248-5050 and we’ll help you find the small business funding for your company.

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Minimize the Risks Associated with the Manufacturing Industry

There are many facets to the manufacturing industry that are out of your control, but the right commercial insurance coverage will help you rest easy, knowing your business is protected from liability and loss. No matter what line of manufacturing you’re in, Value One provides a broad range of coverages to protect you from claims due to service interruption, product recalls, injuries, and more.

Insurance coverage from Value One can protect your manufacturing business from:

  • On the job accidents and injuries
  • Equipment loss or damage
  • Customer liability claims
  • Manufacturing errors and omissions
  • Property damage

Insuring your business against liability is critically important for manufacturers. No matter what type of manufacturing you’re in, you should strongly consider protecting your business with the following coverages:

General Liability Insurance — Broad protection from injury, property, and liability claims.

Commercial Property Insurance — Protection for your company’s physical assets, such as furnishings, equipment, supplies, inventory, and office space.

Errors & Omissions Insurance — Also known as professional liability insurance, this coverage provides liability protection in the event of negligence, errors, oversights, and mistakes.

Workers Compensation — Legally required wage replacement and medical coverage for employees.

Commercial Auto Insurance — Medical and property insurance for company-owned vehicles and authorized drivers.

Business Owner’s Policy (BOP) — Broad insurance that covers small business owners against property damage and liability claims, and protects against income loss caused by events that disrupt normal business operations.

Value One works with your business to create a customized insurance policy that meets the specific needs of the manufacturing industry. We’ll help you build a plan that protects your business from the inherent risks you face.

Personalized Solutions for Manufacturing Businesses

At Value One, we understand that every business has unique needs, and that what works for one may not work for another. That’s why we take the time to learn about your business and your goals. This helps us to provide you with the ideal solutions for your manufacturing business.

If you’re ready to take the next step, contact Value One to learn more about how our commercial insurance and financing services can protect your company and grow your business.

Call us at 855-248-5050 or complete the form below to take the next step toward your business goals.
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