Etesia announces new finance options

Etesia UK has announced new lease and hire purchase finance options to allow its customers flexibility when purchasing new Etesia and Pellenc machinery.

Image: HW
Image: HW

Customers will now have access to a range of finance products which lets them spread capital outlay over up to three years, through Etesia's finance partner Timali Finance. If a three-year lease package is chosen, there are then four options available to customers after the three year period is over:

Return - Return the products at no extra cost.

Retain - Continue leasing the products.

Renew - Start a new lease agreement with new products.

Recycle - Purchase the products for a nominal fee.

All Etesia and Pellenc products come with a three-year warranty.

To illustrate, a Pellenc Excelion 2000 'Cow-handle' Brushcutter (with tapcut head), Pellenc Airion Blower, Pellenc Helion Hedgecutter + 75cm cutting blade with a Pellenc ULB110 (1100 Battery) to power all of the tools leased over three years, would cost approx £32.44 per week.

Etesia UK operations director Les Malin commented: "We have looked at the best way to help our customers with the purchase of new machinery. There are plenty of good finance companies in the market but we wanted to offer our customers something different and with some added value."


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