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Tuesday, November 16 2021 - 16:56
AsiaNet
Richard Crookes Constructions launches Earlytrade to ensure continuity of supply as a competitive advantage in 2022
SYDNEY, Nov. 16, 2021 /PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ --

Multi-billion dollar builder, Richard Crookes Constructions, has launched 
Earlytrade's award-winning subcontractor payment-on-demand platform 
<https://bit.ly/3osPZN8> to sure-up its supply chain in 2022.

As the sector transitions out of restrictions and shutdowns 
<https://bit.ly/3qDBh8H> while navigating on-going global supply chain 
challenges <https://bit.ly/3HoXPA4>, Earlytrade's automated early settlement 
platform will ensure continuity of supply for RCC, delivering competitive 
advantage across its diverse portfolio of projects.

Earlytrade chief executive, Guy Saxelby, flagged the increasing importance of 
building working capital flexibility across projects for head contractors in 
the current low margin boom environment. 

"The head contractors and industry leaders we work with are currently weighing 
input cost increases against supply chain continuity. By collaborating with RCC 
and their subbies, we're able to successfully achieve a sustainable balance," 
he said. 

"RCC and the thousands of subcontractors they work with, across all their 
projects, will have a rolling start in 2022 as the economy ramps up but supply 
issues linger."

RCC manages a diversified portfolio of projects for corporate, institutional, 
government and private sector clients across in the capital cities and regional 
Australia. 

About Earlytrade <https://bit.ly/3DiUwYK>:
Earlytrade is an award-winning B2B fintech which owns and operates the largest 
working capital marketplace in Australia and New Zealand with a growing network 
of 70,000 business users across APAC.

SOURCE: Earlytrade

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