Bibby Financial Services provides £5 million funding line to Aspray Group

Bibby Financial Services has provided a £5 million funding line to Aspray Group in order to drive business growth.

Bibby Financial Services (BFS) has provided a £5 million working capital facility to international delivery and logistics company, Aspray Group, which was recently acquired by Bushell Investment Group.

Based in Willenhall, West Midlands, and founded in 1982, Aspray Group is made up of three divisions: Aspray Transport, Aspray Logistics and Aspray International. It has established local and national networks servicing entire supply chains from source to warehousing, order selection, stock rotation and national 24-hour delivery. It’s aided by a 400-strong fleet. The business also offers global import and export services through its international dispatch system.

Bushell Investment Group’s acquisition of Aspray comes as it aims to drive growth with a new business strategy. To support this acquisition, BFS’s corporate team structured a working capital facility to ensure steady cash flow and assist growth plans.

Lee Bushell, CEO of Bushell Investment Group, commented:

“We required a working capital facility that could combine speed with flexibility as we embark on a new chapter with Aspray. The team at BFS were extremely transparent from the start, and we felt confident they could deliver a well-structured facility that met our needs.

“As a business, Aspray likes to make clients feel like it is an extension of their business and it was clear that BFS holds the same values. This coupled with the speed at which they could deliver made our decision to partner with them an easy one.”

Chris Sygrove, corporate manager at Bibby Financial Services, added:

“We worked closely with Bushell Investment Group’s management team to ensure we provided a facility that exceeded their expectations, outlining clear deliverables and timeframes at all times.

“Aspray’s new leadership team has high energy and ambition for the company. With a working capital facility to manage its cash flow, the business is in a better position to achieve its desired growth.”

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Anna Jordan

Anna is Senior Reporter, covering topics affecting SMEs such as grant funding, managing employees and the day-to-day running of a business.

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