What You Can Finance

What You Can Finance

Asset Finance can be used to acquire almost any type of commercial asset. These vary from industry to industry, with some of the most common examples listed below.
The great benefit of asset finance for small businesses is its flexibility and low risk. As an independent finance broker, Business Finance Solutions (UK) Ltd can seek out the most suitable deals based on:

  • How much finance you need/value of the equipment
  • The agreement duration – usually 2 to 5 years, however certain assets can be longer
  • Your budget and how much you can afford to pay
  • Your average turnover
  • Your needs and outlook of your sector.

Construction Sector

  • Lorry loaders
  • Backhoe loaders
  • Excavators
  • Dumpers
  • Compacting machines
  • Hand held drills and drilling equipment
  • Pumps
  • Cranes and vertical lift platforms
  • Bulldozers
  • Stationary generators

Agricultural Sector

  • Tractors
  • Combine Harvesters
  • Balers
  • Reapers/Binders
  • All-Terrain Vehicles (ATV)
  • Farming attachments, including:
    • Ploughs
    • Cultivators
    • Spreaders
    • Sprayers
    • Planters
    • Harrows
  • Generators
  • Backhoes & front loades
  • Agricultural drones

Retail, Transport & Distribution Sectors

  • Lorries & logistics vehicles
  • Flatbed, step deck & enclosed trailers
  • Refrigerated trailers
  • Forklift trucks
  • Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs) – for warehouses and distribution centres
  • Conveyor systems and Electric Track Vehicle Systems (ETVS)
  • Cranes
  • Climate controlled warehouse units
  • Computer equipment

Manufacturing Sector

  • Industrial robots – for welding, palletisation, assembly etc.
  • Coordinate Measurement Machines (CMM)
  • Air conditioning, ventilation & refrigeration equipment
  • Furnaces & kilns
  • Air & water purification plant
  • Warehousing & transport equipment
  • Welding equipment
  • Printing presses
  • CNC & manual lathes

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