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Money Line Capital: The First Stop for Canadian Business Owners in the Transportation and Construction Industries
For the last eight years Money Line Capital has been a top destination for Canadians that require financing or leasing products in order to launch a transportation or construction business. Over that period the company has helped countless businesses acquire the tools they need to get started, and typically continues providing funding assistance for a majority of their equipment expenses as they grow.
Being the country’s oldest and largest equipment finance broker has its advantages. Founded over 15-years ago, Brampton, Ontario-based Peel Financial has the largest group of credit analysts in the country, offering a wide range of equipment financing options primarily to the trucking and transportation industry.