We can arrange access platform finance for your business. Whether it’s a snappy tower, semi-stationary or powered platform, our team are here to help.
An access platform can be used for maintenance access, manufacturing facilities and even large warehouses.
There are a number of different access platforms including a snappy tower, semi-stationary or powered platform and we can offer flexible finance solutions for your business to purchase any of these options.
We can arrange funding for the purchase of a new or used access platform, restructure existing finance agreements or look at options like restructuring existing finance agreements to unlock cash for your business.
Some benefits of using access platform finance include:
Flexibility of payment terms: Access platform finance can provide flexible payment options and payment terms that cater to your business. You can choose from various repayment periods, allowing you to spread the cost of the access platform over time.
Access to a wide range of access platforms: Financing an access platform allows you to access a wide range of access platforms, including new and used access platforms.
Preservation of working capital: Access platform finance allows you to preserve your working capital, as you don’t need to make a large upfront payment. This frees up funds for other essential aspects of your business, such as expanding business operations, investing in new technologies, or hiring additional staff.
Access to the latest technology: Access platform finance enables you to access the latest access platform including a snappy tower or powered platform.
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Snappy towers: Snappy tower systems are very similar to a short step ladder, but they are just more stable and provide a larger working area for easier manoeuvrability.
Stationary/Semi-stationary platforms: These access systems are the most common and recognisable form of access platform.
Powered platforms: These platforms start at ground level and have a sturdy standing platform that is raised to the desired height needed for the project. Powered access platforms can often reach heights of 10m.
Access platform finance often varies and depends on the business and type of finance required. It might take a few weeks or may require several months of planning. Applicants for access platform finance should have all their accounts in order and available for inspection, just like with any other type of business funding. Bank statements, the last three to five years’ worth of certified accounts, business plans, and specifics on assets and liabilities can all be required.
MAF Finance Group can compare finance offerings from a wide panel of lenders to find the best option for you.
If you would like to get a quote or need further information, simply fill in the form and we will contact you. If you want to speak to someone directly, you can call us on 0115 958 6872 and a member of our team will be happy to speak to you. Alternatively, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Asset finance allows you to purchase an asset for your business by spreading the cost over monthly repayments meaning you won’t need to use your working capital.
Asset refinancing is a way of raising capital against assets you hold on your balance sheet.
Asset-based lending (ABL) is a type of finance in which a business can use its assets, such as inventory and property to release working capital.
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Hire purchase allows your business to buy an asset by spreading the cost over a fixed period of time with regular monthly instalments.
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