Rubicon adds Bond Street for financing options

Rubicon adds Bond Street for financing options

Online lender Bond Street will be part of RubiconPro Financing to provide support for recycling and waste haulers and truckers.

June 12, 2017
Recycling Today Staff
Equipment & Products Financial

Rubicon Global, Atlanta, has announced online lender Bond Street, New York, has joined as a partner in its RubiconPro consortium buying program. The program delivers fuel, equipment, maintenance and financial benefits for independent waste hauling companies and truckers across North America.

Bond Street will be part of RubiconPro Financing, providing financing to help waste and recycling haulers and truckers grow their businesses and infrastructure. Rubicon says Bond Street is an affordable option for companies to finance growth investments such as hiring additional employees, purchasing inventory or equipment or refinancing a business credit card. An online lender, Bond Street provides one-year to three-year term loans that range from $25,000 to $ 1 million, with rates starting at 6 percent, according to the company.

“RubiconPro Financing further levels the playing field in the waste industry for independent haulers,” says Marc Spiegel, co-founder, Rubicon Global. “We want to help empower these businesses to grow and provide amazing service to all customers in their respective markets. Whether it’s simply growing within a current market or expanding to new markets, we want to make opportunities accessible for haulers.”

Rubicon says its technology-driven waste and recycling model empowers its network of independent haulers to compete for customers of all sizes, operate more efficiently and grow their businesses. 

“Like Rubicon, we support small businesses and want to help them compete and win in their industry,” says David Haber, CEO and co-founder, Bond Street. “We’ve designed our online loans to be fast and flexible, so that business can make big decisions quickly, knowing they’ll have capital behind them.”

Rubicon is based in Atlanta and has offices in Lexington, Kentucky, and in New York City and San Francisco.