Match your distribution business with an industry-specific lending partner today


Change your business.
With online business funding.

From delivery fleet and warehouse expansion to plugging a cash flow gap until invoices are paid, the distribution industry faces a number of unique financial hurdles.

You'll often have to pay staff quicker than customers will be required to pay their invoices which can start to have a negative impact on your working capital.

Our specialist lenders rely on their extensive experience investing in the distribution sector to help you find a financial solution which is most advantageous to your business.

No matter whether you're an SME working to seal funds for a new contract or a larger operation looking to grow, Capitalise can help to match your business with a funding partner today in one quick and easy online application.


200+ lenders in the market.
Find your match.

Capitalise works with lenders who have a thorough understanding of the challenges faced by distribution businesses up and down the country.

We've invested heavily in our online finance comparison platform to ensure that we will not only find you a competitive rate, but also a lender with whom you're likely to be accepted.

Our state of the art application platform allows you to apply for multiple options at once without obligation, giving you the information needed to make an informed, educated decision on which route is likely to be most beneficial for your business.

what do we offer

From established, mainstream lenders through to reputable niche brands, our partners offer an ever growing range of finance options to help drive the distribution industry.

Read on to learn more about some of our most popular financing options:


  • Whether you're looking to update old equipment or simply grow your existing machinery and vehicle numbers, you can secure capital against these purchases by using an asset loan. Hire purchase, leasing and refinancing options are readily available if you want to avoid costly, upfront payments that could significantly reduce your working capital.

  • Chasing up unpaid invoices is not only time consuming but can also have a detrimental impact on your ability to pay your own suppliers and staff on time. Invoice finance will see your business receive an advance on any outstanding invoices, usually within 24 hours, whilst <invoice factoring> can even include the management of your credit control operation.

  • Trade finance can help you to successfully deliver new contracts by releasing money into your business based on confirmed purchase orders. Use the capital to pay your suppliers up front, ensuring that you can completely focus on the project in hand.

  • Need funds to keep your warehouse operational or to source and pay for emergency staff? No matter what day to day expenses you need to cover, working capital funding can help you to stay on top of the essential outgoings that ensure your business continues running in an efficient and reliable way.

how it works
Take a look at our helpful video below to understand more about how we can help you to secure the capital your business needs: