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WestWood is a wholesale food and drink supplier of small supermarkets and convenience stores. It is located in a rural area in Germany and has sales of around 13 million euros. It grows above the industry average and needs further funding to finance its ongoing expansion. The company asks its main bank for a further loan and credit line. The business, as well as its P&L and balance sheets needs to be analyzed to decide whether to grant the loan request. This case is based on the cases "Schneider Drinks (A)", F-773-E by J. Stodieck and Heinrich Liechtenstein and "Diablesa" by Josep Tàpìes.