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As Smeg UK put its new growth strategy into operation and launched different product lines, it returned to Coface credit insurance to minimise trading risk.
Coface gave the owners of Procon Readymix the conﬁdence to expand their client base.
Coface’s international reach meant that plastic card manufacturer, Nitecrest, was able to expand its export business and win new orders, without worrying about bad debt.
Moyne London can focus on proﬁtable projects and reduce the risk of costly abortive tenders thanks to timely credit information from Coface.
ESI Foods is forecasting strong growth with the continued support of Coface.
Coface’s ﬂexible approach allows Premier Decorations to respond to protect its balance sheet during its busiest sales period.
As an entirely self-funded business, working to tight margins, World Direct Travel decided Coface’s credit insurance was the most cost-effective way to limit its exposure to client insolvency.
Faretrade had been using credit insurance for nearly a decade but when they decided to research new providers, they were impressed by Coface’s ﬂexibility, innovation and global underwriting capability.