Cash flow problem, what to do...?

Initial situation:

This case study showcases a story of a manufacturer from the wood industry.

  • Extreme seasonal fluctuations
  • Costly procurement of the raw materials
  • Tense liquidity situation
  • Low profitability of a health financial build-up
  • Not available receivables management
  • Customer default
  • High stock levels
  • Price erosion in the entire market


  • Establishment of the financial plan including data transfer from the financial accounting
  • Improvement of the incoming payments
  • Renegotiated credit terms
  • Continuous receivables management
  • Stock removal – changes in the parts listing
  • New prices for small quantities
  • Banks provided the company with a bridging loan
  • Close cooperation with the KSV1870