Chris MacManus – Macmanus Asset Finance
RECYCLING INDUSTRY FINANCE
Looking for Recycling Industry Finance?
Finance for Recycling Businesses.
Are you in the market to purchase new or used recycling machinery and want the best recycling machinery finance deal around?
Recycling machinery finance is a means of acquiring new and used recycling machinery and equipment via a variety of finance facilities, including hire purchase, leasing and operating lease.
Many recycling firms make the mistake of negotiating hard to drive the best purchase price on their machinery purchase and lose the potential interest rate savings they could secure by getting their recycling machinery finance deal through MacManus Finance.
With access to a huge panel of the best priced, and most flexible finance houses, let MacManus Finance show you how we can design a bespoke finance package that will save you money and provide the flexibility you are looking for.
60+ Lenders on our Funding Panel
Turnaround time as low as 1 day
Credit linits up to 6 to 12 months in advance
One-stop shop of UK finance providers
Saves you time, saves you efforts
18-15 transaction by our repeat clients
Dealer finance tends to be led by the suppliers in-house preferred option which does not assure the customer of access to the best finance prices available.
Our 60 funder panel provides us with access to these premium rates, and flexible underwiting, which our growing list of clients rate so highly.
If you would like a quote for a pending purchase please complete the form above or call 01443 800621.
Other Financing options we provide
Asset Finance is a flexible form of business funding in which the security provided to a lender is largely made up of the vehicles, equipment or plant and machinery used by businesses in their day to day operations.
Invoice Finance is an extremely popular form of business funding amongst UK businesses across all sectors, in which firms are able to gain immediate access to most of the capital that is held up in their outstanding debtor book.
Most UK VAT registered companies will be obliged to make quarterly VAT payments to HMRC to settle their VAT liabilities from normal trading. VAT loans can often be unsecured, but when not, a director’s personal guarantee is the only security required.