Page updated 16 Jan 2015
The NZECO aims to collaborate with New Zealand exporters and financiers to help structure finance arrangements that enable export and new market growth. Here are some details about recent case studies involving exporters and NZECO.
Government guarantee key tool for securing hard-to-close sales
In its pursuit of sales, respected New Zealand company Scott Technology is using government-secured payment terms to help seal the deal. Scott Technology chief executive Chris Hopkins says New Zealand Export Credit Office's (NZECO) export credit product has become a valued tool in his sales arsenal.
Supporting an Operating Lease Export Sale
More international buyers are requesting operating lease agreements, and NZECO's Loan Guarantee supported a 30-month operating lease which enabled Mercer Group to make a strategic sale to an important client in Australia.
PowerSmart delivers Solar Systems in the Pacific
Trying to secure a $32 million contract is no small feat for any company. The opportunity would enable PowerSmart to establish their credentials as a leading provider of grid connected solar systems.
Loan guarantee bridges wine deal
Loan guarantee allows Wine Technology International Ltd to support extended payment terms to one of the largest wine suppliers in the world.
Top-up insurance gives exporter comfort
Top-up insurance allows New Zealand Apple Ltd to reduce its level of trade credit risk, after its insurer had already reached its ceiling.
Bond catalyst for growth into Africa
A Wellington IT company, Data Torque, established in the Pacific saw an opportunity to expand into new markets in Africa.
Insurance allows first-time exporter to realise opportunity
Insurance allows Christchurch food packaging company and first-time exporter, Wimpex, to realise opportunity.
NZECO Bond Guarantee helps Southern Spars with NZD 30m+ contract
New Zealand Export Credit Office's Bond Guarantee for NZD 1.6m supports the ASB to provide a bond for Southern Spars for a NZD 30m+ contract.
NZECO Loan Guarantee supports USD 2.5m loan facility
New Zealand Export Credit Office's Loan Guarantee supports the BNZ to provide additional short term funding to G Tech Group.
NZECO supports milk powder packaging lines and equipment into China
New Zealand Export Credit Office's (NZECO's) Miles Fleming recently visited the Auckland company Technopak to review the progress of a milk powder packing line and a bulk-bag filling unit which are destined for China.
NZECO Q&A with G Tech Group
We interviewed G-Tech's General Manager, Geoff Carston, on G Tech's international focus during recent challenging years
NZECO Credit Insurance assists exporter access trade finance and mitigate credit risk - Propane Performance Industries
The NZECO offered a short-term trade credit insurance policy to PPI and their bankers to enable them to provide trade finance against the value of shipments. Read more about NZECO and Propane Performance Industries.
NZECO Bond Guarantee assists boat builder meet buyer bonding requirements
HotRot enjoys UK success with support from the NZECO
See news article: HotRot enjoys UK success with support from the NZECO
K9 funds US deal with help from NZECO and BNZ
See news article: K9 funds US deal with help from NZECO and BNZ
National Meats uses the New Zealand Export Credit Office (NZECO) short term trade credit guarantee to continue financing profitable trade. Read more about NZECO and National Meats.
The niche airport systems integrator Glidepath Limited has secured another major contract in the United States with support from the New Zealand Export Credit Office (NZECO). Read more about NZECO and Glidepath.
Christchurch-based bus passenger information company Connexionz Limited has secured a USD 2.9m contract in the United States with support from the New Zealand Export Credit Office (NZECO). Read more about NZECO and Connexionz.
An example of how a New Zealand Export Credit Office (NZECO) export credit guarantee assisted a New Zealand exporter win an international export contract is described in an article 'Creative Finance' by Frances Martin. The article was published in bright, New Zealand Trade and Enterprise's magazine for business people.