North Mill Capital has provided a $3 million debtor-in-possession factoring facility for EZ Worldwide Express, a division of United Business Express.

EZ Worldwide filed for bankruptcy earlier this year after exiting its partnership with teen clothing retailer Forever 21, citing a business slowdown to the point that it was no longer profitable. EZ Worldwide was the exclusive carrier for many of Forever 21’s stores, which made up almost half of the shipping firm’s annual revenue.

In a statement, Forever 21 said that the company and EZ Worldwide came to an agreement to separate after EZ’s precarious financial condition meant it could no longer provide the same delivery services.