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Engineering

Businesses requiring commercial vehicles for their operations can find flexible and affordable options with Praetura, through flexible hire purchase, finance leasing, refinance and asset-based finance agreements. We can also free capital from unencumbered commercial vehicles, which can be used to finance company expansion, a management buy-out or buy-in, or sustain it through a lean period of growth.

Praetura offers a range of funding options to support growth and development to businesses in the engineering sector. Our finance agreements enable the purchase of new workshop and on-site equipment and the raising of capital against unencumbered assets.

They include hire purchase, finance leasing, refinancing and asset-based finance – a range of flexible arrangements which can be tailored to individual situations.

Capital raised through our products can be used for the purchase of new engineering equipment, workshop expansion or upgrading facilities, or to support the business through a short-term cash flow crisis. Capital can also be used to fund a management buy-out or buy-in.

Praetura provides finance for a wide range of engineering and heavy equipment including:

CDrills. Cranes, Skidders

Cherry pickers, Fork lift trucks

CNC hi-definition plasma machines

Chamfering and bevelling machines

Our experts work with reputable brokers across the country, and we directly with businesses within the engineering sector too. Our services also provide added value to auditors, corporate financiers and insolvency practitioners. Get in touch if you’d like to talk about how we can help.

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