Forum Plastics Tool Finance Program

Forum recognizes that conventional tooling can be a significant but much needed expense that can help to ensure product consistency and high-volume incremental cost benefits. Oft times, this comes during times when capital liquidity is most critical and when limited availability can cause project launch delays or limitations.

Forum believes that partnership provides ways to support each other throughout the project lifecycle and offers support in opportunities to bring new or next generational lifesaving and life-enhancing projects to market.

Given this, Forum has created a Tooling Finance Program to help alleviate some of the up-front burden and create a longer runway to help bring these products to market.

General Program Scope:

  • Financing calculations are based upon a down payment and monthly payment terms.
  • Forum will finance 60% to 80% of the tooling cost.
  • Financing options available for up to a 5-year term.
  • No pre-payment penalties are imposed for early loan payoff completion.

General Process

  • Client completion of Forum Financing Application to include financial with references
  • Following Forum’s review and approval of the application, credit status and references, financial terms, and approved loan value are presented for client approval and agreement execution.
  • Typical loan evaluation and approval lead times are approximately two (2) weeks from completion of the application payoffs.

Customer Benefits Include:

  • Optimizes corporate cash utilization
  • Expediates revenue achievement through faster commercial recognition
  • Provides a pathway to access validated products manufactured on production scale tooling
  • Provides immediate access to ISO 13485:2016 certified program management, quality, and technical capabilities.
  • Most significantly, helps to get critical life-saving or quality of life enhancing products to market quicker while still maintaining the highest levels of quality, technical expertise, customer service, and partnership.

Contact us for more information on financing

Keston Thompson, Controller
203-754-0777
kthompson@forummolding.com