Foods Company in Vermont Chooses TAB Bank for a $2 Million Revolving Credit Facility

Three bottles of apple juice sitting on a plank of wood surrounded by apples and leaves. - TAB Bank

OGDEN, Utah, March 20, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- A foods company based in Vermont has chosen TAB Bank for a $2 million revolving credit facility.  The new facility is extended through a multi-year agreement and will provide for the company’s ongoing working capital needs.

The company is a producer of apple cider, apple vinegar, and other apple products.  They distribute their products to large national grocers, mid-size and small grocers, and other food distributors.

TAB Bank provides custom working capital solutions to commercial businesses across a wide range of industries.  These solutions can be customized to meet the needs of companies in all stages of the business life cycle and during any economic conditions.  TAB Bank does this through a variety of asset-based structures including Asset-Based Revolving Loans, Accounts Receivable Financing, Lines of Credit, and Equipment Finance.  TAB’s lending options can also be combined with a full suite of business banking solutions and Treasury Management Services.

Chris Mitchell is TAB Bank’s Vice President and Business Development Officer based in Atlanta.  He has over 25 years of experience developing client relationships and structuring credit facilities in the asset-based lending and factoring arena.  He can be reached at 404.432.7657 or at

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Trevor is a skilled, experienced, and passion-filled marketing and communications professional. He brings creativity and innovation to any project, task, or assignment he undertakes. He is able to clearly communicate ideas in any communication setting or communication medium and particularly enjoys opportunities to teach, mentor, and coach. <br><br>Trevor currently serves in the role of Director of Marketing at TAB Bank. TAB Bank is a commercial bank founded in 1998 and located in Ogden, UT. TAB serves the needs of small- to mid-size businesses through accounts receivable financing, asset-based loans, equipment loans, commercial equipment leases, business accounts and card products, and commercial banking services.

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