Aviad’s Moving Company in Sderot
My trucking business primarily transports materials and equipment in the Southern region, including the area surrounding Gaza. Within the business, I have two employees who are also from the Southern region and were evacuated when the war broke out. It is crucial for me to ensure the well-being of these employees and to sustain the business I have built. The need for a loan arises from the necessity to manage the current cash flow, make salary payments, and maintain ongoing business operations.
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What I need help with
My business specializes in utilizing trucks equipped with a man basket crane for various tasks, predominantly in the southern region. Unfortunately, due to the war and conflict in the area, all our scheduled jobs were canceled, significantly impacting our cash flow. Ensuring the well-being of my employees and preserving the continuity of the business I have built is of utmost importance to me. The loan is necessary to address immediate financial needs, including cash flow, salary payments, and ongoing business operations. Fortunately, we are now in the process of returning to the area and resuming our activities.
About my business
My trucking business primarily transports materials and equipment in the Southern region, including the area surrounding Gaza. Within the business, I have two employees who are also from the Southern region and were evacuated when the war broke out
I am 30-years old married with one child and another on the way. As residents of Sderot, the outbreak of war led us to temporarily relocate to a hotel in Eilat for a month. Currently, we are residing with our family, focused on the rehabilitation process and eagerly awaiting our return to our home in Sderot. Following the war, our temporary stay in a hotel in Eilat was a transitional period, and now we are back at our parents’ place, actively working towards recovery. Our plan is to soon return to Sderot and resume the routine of our daily lives.