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It’s a fact that purchasing new equipment reduces down time, increases productivity, improves your operations image to both existing and new customers and suppliers whilst benefitting from reduced maintenance costs with a fixed term budget.
Are you looking for a more flexible option with fixed costs that won’t affect your cashflow? We have created partnerships with various Finance companies to ensure you don’t have to settle for second best. Economic uncertainty should not prevent any urgent investment required to support your operational needs for productivity, profitability and growth.
We can offer a wide range of financial packages from for Contract Hire/Lease Purchase and Hire Purchase which can be tailored to your individual specifications, ensuring your business can progress efficiently and effectively with flexibility.
We have the industrial expertise of both the finance and the materials handlings industry to ensure we get the right solution for you.
Do not let budget restraints force you into compromising on quality.
This form of finance is chosen by a large proportion of users of materials handling equipment. If you require one rental to cover both the finance and maintenance of the equipment, giving fixed budgeting with no unexpected repair bills, you can choose a Contract Hire agreement. The agreement runs for a specified period, and the equipment is collected by the dealer at the end of the period when a new truck can be supplied.
Unwilling to spend a large amount of capital on a forklift in one go? Hire Purchase means you can pay for it in manageable, fixed instalments, spread over a period of time. Funding is on balance sheet. The asset is purchased on your behalf and owned by the finance company until final payment is made, when ownership automatically transfers to you.
This is a flexible, tax efficient way to acquire a forklift without using up much needed cash reserves. The finance company retains ownership of the asset, but you can sell it on their behalf at the end of the term and keep most of the sale proceeds. Funding is on balance sheet.
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