Project No. 070314EXP

$9,731,240

EXP successfully structured and executed an international trade solution for the procurement and finance of a newly-built FSIV (Fast Support Intervention Vessel) to a rapidly growing Nigerian Offshore Marine Services company.

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Project No. 032514RM

$289,398

EXP’s Parts Department supplied over 8000 Mack parts to Nigeria’s foremost Engineering, Civil Road and Construction Company.

 

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Project No. 120711EM

$1,736,640

EXP’s technical expertise lended value to a project that required the supply of 8 specialized oil-free reciprocating air instrument compressors and 5 vertical air receivers to be utilized on a Power Plant in Nigeria.

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Project No. 050611EM

$1,301,940

EXP’s unique financial capabilities were able to satisfy the US Capital requirements for a new stone crushing operation in Zambia by providing US manufactured equipment at low single digit interest rates.

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Project No. 062011EM

$6,328,500

EXP supplied, financed and transported 60 Mack Granite tractor trucks into Africa which will ultimately be utilized to transport fuel for an Oil&Gas major. These beautiful trucks were spec’d for rough terrain and built to perform under the toughest conditions.

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Project No. 111108EXP

$9,000,000

An exceptional road development project called for U.S. capital equipment to be supplied and financed under a Letter of Credit. EXP assessed the project and created a solution to supply a total of 73 units of heavy equipment.

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Project No. 091807EXP

$7,000,000

EXP provided a comprehensive trade solution to supply, finance and export a 50 unit package consisting of new Mack trucks, new 45,000 liter aluminum petroleum tanker trailers, a complete spare parts package for fast moving items and other various equipment to a West African customer.

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Project No. 012709EXPB

$14,100,000

EXP’s innovative capabilities led to the successful completion of a complex project that required $14,100,000 of Dollar Denominated funds to procure 146 units of heavy equipment.

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