Patrick Lumber, a 100-year old family business in Portland, OR, was looking for a credit facility that didn’t require personal guarantees from its board members. U.S. Bank’s ABL team courted Patrick Lumber for eight years, convinced it was a good fit for the bank. In March, the company left its lender of five years and signed a $20 million ABL deal with U.S. Bank. ABF Journal Editor Nadine Bonner spoke with Patrick Lumber CFO Mark Auxier and members of the U.S. Bank team to learn why the company switched to an ABL and how U.S. Bank cemented its relationship with the company.
July 20, 2016