The Air Force had a piece of equipment at Lajes Field in the Azores, Portugal gathering dust. A contract was awarded to refurbish the unit and install it at Andersen Air Force Base in Guam. The savings would be significant over the cost of a new item.
The project was turned down by several finance companies until Global Trading Partners was introduced to the contractor. Due diligence was completed and funding commenced.
By the time the shipment arrived in LA from the Azores funding was in place and materials onsite.
Over the course of the next 3 months all of the components were refurbished or replaced, the power supply was converted and the equipment looked like new. While the containerized shipment was on the water the crew flew out to complete site prep.
Following installation and testing the equipment was accepted and DFAS Japan was given the greenlight to release funds.