When it comes to investing in new equipment or machinery for your business, one of the biggest hurdles can be finding the right financing option. HPC has teamed up with one of the UK’s leading providers of asset finance to enable customers to invest in HPC KAESER energy saving products and innovative technology without drawing on critical working capital.
A Hire Purchase facility or Leasing agreement allows a company to essentially rent equipment or machinery for a set period of time, paying a monthly fee instead of purchasing it outright. This can be a more attractive option for many businesses, as it allows them to acquire the necessary equipment without making a large upfront investment.
Financing options available with HPC
HPC has teamed up with one of the UK’s leading providers of asset finance to offer a variety of leasing and financing solutions for our compressed air systems, making it easier for businesses to acquire the equipment they need without breaking the bank.
Benefits of Leasing
Leasing options can offer several benefits for businesses looking to acquire new equipment or machinery. Some of the key benefits include:
Choose HPC KAESER for your compressed air needs
So, whether you are looking for a short-term rental option, a longer-term lease with the option to purchase, or a hire purchase agreement that allows you to own the equipment outright, HPC Compressors has a range of financing options to suit your needs.
HPC and its Authorised Distributors are experienced and qualified to design, install, and tailor the compressed air system to meet your individual requirements while maximising efficiency. Peace of mind is also provided that all work will be in accordance with HPC guidelines and current legislation.
HPC and its Authorised Distributors are also able to offer a variety of service plan options tailored to your needs. Get in touch to speak to an experienced and knowledgeable HPC KAESER trained engineer about your compressed air needs.
HPC plc is not a tax or financial adviser therefore always seek independent advice from your accountant or tax adviser.