Aldermore helps Manchester butcher beef-up business

POSTED: 15th June 2015
IN: Newsroom

Prestwich based butcher KM Meats has received funding from Aldermore to fund its growth.

KM Meats, which provides Kosher meat for Jewish businesses throughout Europe, has agreed a finance facility with Aldermore Bank to fund further growth.

Wayne Spratt, Regional Sales Manager, Invoice Finance at Aldermore facilitated this deal.

Ben Ellis, Commercial Director of KM Meats said:

“Over the past ten years we’ve built up a great reputation across Europe and we’re seeing a significant increase in demand for our Kosher meat. Aldermore were quick to provide a competitively priced funding facility which meant there was no pause in our service.

“It’s good to know that we won’t have to turn down business, if an order is particularly large, or we see a sudden surge in demand, Aldermore’s finance facility will enable us to take advantage of the opportunity.”

Leyton Jeffs, Regional Sales Director, Invoice Finance at Aldermore said:

“Ben has really found a niche in the market and is serving his customers with a high quality product that is trusted and respected. He’s got a strong business and a loyal and expanding customer base; we’re delighted to be able to help.

“Aldermore was established to support businesses that are looking to grow and provide the funding they need to succeed, and KM Meats is a prime example of that.”


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