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Bobcat ‘Pay Only 50%’ finance scheme

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Company introduces half-price hire purchase finance payments for one year to help UK businesses

BOBCAT have launched a new ‘Pay Only 50%’ hire purchase finance scheme, available until the end of September 2020, under which customers pay only half of the standard monthly finance payment for the first year, plus a 10% down payment, when purchasing new Bobcat loaders, mini-excavators and telehandlers.

‘With the monthly payments reduced by a half, this provides peace of mind for new Bobcat customers, helping their businesses to develop and prosper, even in what may be tough market conditions during and after the coronavirus pandemic,’ commented Hayley Quinn, finance manager for Doosan Financial Solutions EMEA in the UK & Ireland.

The half-price payments in the ‘Pay Only 50%’ finance scheme cover every type of Bobcat machine. Customers will only need to pay an initial down payment of 10% of the machine value and will have the flexibility to spread payments for up to 60 months. After the final payment, the customer will own the equipment.

This latest special promotion from Bobcat complements the company’s existing ‘Work Now, Pay Later’ finance scheme. Also available on orders received until the end of September 2020 and with nothing to pay until January 2021, this scheme provides up to 180 days deferral on the first payment, allowing customers to generate profits from their new Bobcat machines well before they need to complete their first instalment payment.

John Christofides, regional sales director for the UK/Ireland, Nordics and Baltics for Bobcat EMEA, said: ‘Our new special finance schemes provide businesses with even more choice to alleviate their worries about cash flow in these uncertain times. Bobcat’s new ‘Pay Only 50%’ scheme is providing our customers with even more answers for making money, so their businesses can continue to prosper during this tough period.’

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