Financial Solutions: Maybank SME Banking, Always Here for You

For over 50 years, Maybank has helped numerous local SMEs grow and expand by leveraging on their strength in doing business locally, throughout ASEAN and beyond. They can understand the business challenges and pain-points and propose customised business solutions to tackle the root issues.

Regardless if your logistics business is a start-up or a growing SME, Maybank is able to support your business needs and expansion plans. Choose from a range of solutions such as company current accounts, government-assisted loans or fixed asset acquisition.

The global Covid-19 pandemic has brought about changes in consumer behaviors, particularly in e-commerce. It might have also disrupted the usual supply chain of businesses. Companies would have to continuously upgrade their internal systems and machineries and reinvent their usual business models to stay relevant. 

For more working capital, businesses can consider the Maybank Temporary Bridging Loan Scheme (TBLS) and/or Maybank Working Capital Loan Scheme (WCLS). These are government-aided financing schemes designed to help local SMEs. 

From 1 April 2022 to 30 September 2022, the TBLS will support enterprises with a maximum loan of S$1 million. The maximum loan quantum for WCLS will be S$300,000 from now till 30 September 2022, and it will be increased to S$500,000 from 1 October 2022 to 31 March 2023. 

Start planning and leverage on these solutions to transform your logistics businesses and ease cash flow woes.

Speak to them today. They can assist you to take your logistics business to greater heights.

Get in touch today at 1800-777-0022 or email [email protected].

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*The first 20 readers to contact us to enquire about our Maybank SME Loans will receive a complimentary $30 Grab Voucher. Simply mention “MSL-SLA” in your correspondence to us. Terms and Conditions apply. 

** This advertisement has not been reviewed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore.

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