Koss Aerospace, Mississauga, ON, is getting $1.9 million in equipment financing from GE Capital Canada to support the purchase of manufacturing equipment for its facility.

 

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Koss is a Tier 2 manufacturer of structural aircraft components and assemblies. GE Capital is also providing Koss with GE Aerospace market intelligence and manufacturing expertise, as well as access to OEMs and Tier 1 contacts to support the company's growth initiatives.

"We chose GE Capital as a partner for growth, not just as a financing provider," says Alex Cajic,Vice-President of Koss Aerospace. "The depth of support and expertise the team has provided will help us tremendously as we continue to grow our company and position ourselves as a leader in the market."

"Our team relies on decades of operational expertise to provide customers with innovative, customized financing," says Alain Dupont, leader, Manufacturing and Corporate Aviation, GE Capital, Canada. "We then go beyond financing to offer them unique access to our know-how and industry network to help them overcome challenges, unlock opportunities for growth and support their broader business objectives."

The GE Capital Canadian manufacturing team provides asset-backed term debt and structured lease solutions to Canadian manufacturing companies. These solutions unlock the equity in customers' fixed assets to provide working capital and support capital expenditures, refinancings, recapitalizations, acquisitions and succession planning.

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