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‘Work Now, Pay Later’ with Bobcat


Bobcat launch new finance scheme to help keep UK customers on track in tough times

TO help support UK customers in the current difficult times, Bobcat have launched a unique new finance campaign called ‘Work Now, Pay Later’, providing a 180-day schedule for the first payment, to underpin the purchase of new Bobcat loaders, mini-excavators and telehandlers.

The ‘Work Now, Pay Later’ scheme is available to customers in all markets, including construction, rental, waste and recycling, and covers every type of Bobcat machine, except rotary telehandlers.

Andrew Higgins, director of Doosan Financial Solutions EMEA, said: ‘We have never seen market conditions like these and we wanted to provide our customers with a solution to help them in these harsh circumstances.

‘As a result, we have launched our very special finance scheme to help businesses using compact equipment, to help alleviate their worries about cash flow in these uncertain times.

‘Bobcat’s new ‘Work Now, Pay Later’ finance offer provides our customers with the answers they are looking for, so their businesses can continue to prosper during this tough period.’

The ‘Work Now, Pay Later’ finance scheme is a special hire purchase promotion in which customers only need to pay their first payment after 180 days, allowing them to generate profits from their new Bobcat machines, well before the first finance payment has to be completed.

John Christofides, regional sales director for the UK/Ireland, Nordics and Baltics with Bobcat EMEA, added: ‘Other attractive features of the scheme are the low interest rate of only 0.99% and the duration of the plan, which gives customers the flexibility to spread payments for up to 66 months.

‘Customers will only need to pay an initial down payment followed by a nominal payment of £10.00 per month for the first six months, safe in the knowledge they can start making income straight away with their new Bobcat machines.’

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