Transdek launches a range of finance initiatives

Date : Friday, 16 November 2012

Transdek, the award winning lifting equipment specialist, has launched a number of financial packages covering a broad range of its lifting and loading solutions that will support companies seeking to invest in supply chain improvements.

 

In line with the government’s goal to boost the economy, Transdek is aiming to help bridge the gap caused by the current banking system’s reluctance to provide loans and help businesses grow with its own package of finance options.

 

The company is offering customers alternative funding solutions with several rental options that include hire purchase, offering a straightforward repayment facility, with outright ownership at the end of the agreement; or if ownership is not required, then finance leasing can work well for a broad range of business assets. These are all complemented by comprehensive customer support to ensure the products are in continual use throughout their life.

 

With these new initiatives, companies can acquire equipment needed to expand or improve operations but with minimal capital outlay, providing significant cash flow benefits.

 

From dock lifts and dock leveller pods to double deck lifts, including the V2G loading systems, which allow goods to be offloaded to ground level at flat floor sites, the finance deals are available across a range of products that are all designed and built in Britain.

 

Transdek’s unique surface mounted modular equipment is fabricated for rapid fitment - in less than two days. This approach ensures that the loadhouse pods and lifts can be quickly installed and easily removed, either for relocation or return depending on the finance option selected.

 

“Our new range of finance options demonstrate that we are committed to supporting the supply chain industry,” commented Mark Adams, managing director at Transdek. “We aim to help our customers to expand their operations or ensure they can continue to make cost effective supply chain improvements despite the current economic challenges.”

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