No major upfront costs

Renting your coffee machine enables the cost of the goods to be spread over a 2-5 year term. This maintains cash within your business, which can be utilised for other means. There is no need for a major outlay to acquire the new equipment. A small outlay by direct debit is all that is required. 


The majority of capital asset acquisitions are for one of two purposes - to make or save money. No upfront costs with a lease means the business can obtain the machine and then experience the savings or additional profits to pay the future lease rentals. 

Fixed payments

All of our leases are on a fixed interest basis and remain constant irrespective of what happens to bank base rates, which lead to accurate budgeting.


Alternative funding source

In using leasing to acquire their machinery, customers protect their other lines of credit, such as loans or overdraft facilities, and conserve any available capital. Thereby matching the funding to the working life of the equipment. 

Ability to have best product available

The cheapest option is rarely the best option in the medium to long term. With business equipment it is imperative that the very best machine with the latest technology is obtained by the client. In using the leasing option and paying for it out of future savings or profits it is easier for the end user to rationalise the more expensive, better product, rather than the 'quick fix', cheapest cost to the business.


Loan Calculator

The results of this loan payment calculator are for comparison purposes only. They will be a close approximation of actual loan repayments if available at the terms entered, from a financial institution. This is being provided for you to plan your next loan application.

To use, enter values for the Loan Amount, Number of Months for Loan, and the Interest Rate (e.g. 7.25), and click the Calculate button. Clicking the Reset button will clear entered values.


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