Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 05, 2012
Clopton Capital, a prominent provider of both gas station financing and semi truck financing, is concerned about the effect high oil prices will have on the viability of future of these sectors of their business loan firm. They are announcing that despite this issue they intend to stay involved in gas station financing and semi truck financing. They believe that although the industries are going to change significantly in the next decade, they will exist in some form or another. “I don't believe gas stations will exist prolifically in twenty years, but some sort of fuel stations will. Even if those are a place to swap batteries or rapidly charge lithium ion batteries they infrastructure will still be very similar. If anything the actual financial stability of gas station financing should be better in the future, even if the term 'gas station financing' is no longer literal,” said Jake Clopton, the founder of Clopton Capital.
“Semi truck financing is a business that seems unstoppable regardless of what type of fuel is burned in them or what the cost of oil. One way or another freight has to be moved and that will require semi trucks and as long as truckers aren't carrying $50,000-$100,000 to buy their own rig, semi truck financing will be necessary,” said Matt Reed, an associate of Clopton Capital. The firm currently operates three separate websites to market semi truck financing services and is currently seeking banks and other generic financial institutions who would be interested in wholesaling their gas station financing and commercial truck financing solutions.
Clopton Capital can be reached at 866.647.1650. Any business owners of commercial real estate holders interested in obtaining working capital or some form of a business loan our encouraged to contact the firm at CloptonCapital.com.