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Solutions to Drive Maximum Value From Your Leasing Portfolios

 

Is your trucking, automotive or construction equipment leasing business currently in distress, stress or experiencing other significant challenges? 

 

Challenging Assumptions to Derive Maximum Value

A company’s initial assumptions on how to best address its own distress or stress are often not synonymous with unlocking maximum business or asset value for stakeholders.  

At H19 Companies, we maximize returns by approaching client engagements from a holistic perspective including: 
  • Asset Valuation
  • Account/Lease Receivables
  • Business Analysis
  • Restructuring Planning/OPCO Management
  • Capital Deployment
  • Equipment & Inventory Monetization

 

THE TEAM

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How Hilco is Systematically Assembling a High-Performance Asset Leasing Portfolio One Strategic, Distressed Acquisition at a Time

Based on Hilco’s successful acquisition of substantially all of the assets of the transportation and truck leasing company, 19th Capital, in early 2020 and our ongoing, active involvement in valuation and other work across the trucking industry, we were familiar with evolving developments at Sutton Leasing over the past year.

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ELEMENT FLEET MANAGEMENT / 19TH CAPITAL GROUP SEMI TRUCK FLEET LEASING & SALES

Discover how Hilco’s monetization engine is driving H19 Capital’s newly acquired transportation & truck leasing business to the next level by demonstrating the unique capabilities and benefits of the Hilco Global platform for clients...

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Our team members are recognized industry thought leaders.

Read and listen to their insights on leasing, related industries and best practices. 

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The U.S. Automotive Industry Ends the Year on a Positive Note

By Keith Spacapan

January 18, 2021 – The seasonally adjusted annualized rate of sales (SAAR) for lightduty vehicles topped 16 million vehicles in December for the third month since April, when the industry slumped to a 50-year low. For the full year, light-duty vehicle sales totalled 14.6 million, a decrease of 14% from 2019.

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