Why It Is Good to Invest In Machines?

Most of our customers use financing rather than capital outlays to grow their manufacturing business, and they have a number of smart reasons for doing so:

1. CHEAPER THAN CONTRACTING YOUR ASSEMBLY OUT

Companies can spend $10k and more a month contracting out their manufacturing, but you can typically bring an SMT assembly line in-house for a third of that when you lease or finance your line, and many companies already have a person on payroll who can operate the equipment.

2. EASIER TO GET THE GO-AHEAD

Financing typically requires fewer internal approvals than a capital purchase, making it the faster and easier route to an assembly line install or upgrade.

3. INCREASE YOUR PRODUCTION CAPABILITY SOONER THAN LATER

Rather than waiting until the money is there for a major capital outlay, with financing you can start the ball rolling on ordering, receiving, and installing your new equipment right away, allowing your company to benefit from increased capacity and capability much sooner than you might have otherwise.

4. GET BETTER EQUIPMENT

Financing gives you more purchasing power than a cash purchase. This means you can focus more on your goals than your budget.

5. ROLL IN INSTALLATION AND TRAINING

With a cash purchase comes the temptation to reduce costs, sometimes causing essential aspects like installation and training to be cut, but installation and training can have a big impact on how quickly your new equipment or production line gets up and running. Financing allows you to roll this cost into your payments.

6. PRESERVE YOUR WORKING CAPITAL

Making a large cash investment in your production line leaves you with less ability to put that money to other strategic uses, such as growing sales and increasing inventory.

7. IMPROVE CASH FLOW AND EXPENSE PLANNING

With financing, your new equipment becomes a regular monthly expense item in the budget.

8. OBSOLESCENCE PROTECTION

At the end of your lease term, equipment can be purchased at fair market value, upgraded, or swapped.

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