Our haulage division provides finance for a range of haulage trucks and vehicles to businesses across the UK.
Haulage finance can include a range of assets, from tractor units to a fleet of trucks.
Whether you’re a start-up buying its first tractor unit, or you need to expand your fleet of trucks, we will be able to help.
If you have several vehicles and drivers, our vehicle management division will also be able to help with any requirements you may have, ranging from telematics to driver assessment training programmes.
We can arrange funding for the purchase of new and used vehicles or look at other options like restructuring existing finance agreements to unlock cash for your business.
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We offer a range of haulage finance solutions, including:
Trailer finance– From tipping and dumping trailers to grain and livestock trailers, we can help.
Tanker truck finance– Whether you are transporting dry goods, liquids or hazardous contents, a good quality tanker is essential. We can sort tanker finance for new and used tankers, along with other haulage vehicles and equipment.
Car Transporter finance – Car transporters may be used for delivery of vehicles or transporting of fleet vehicles and the type may vary depending upon the job and the cargo. Whether you require a single car transporter or a multi-car transporter, we can meet your business needs.
Tractor unit finance – A good tractor unit is essential to any haulage operation, in order to transport your goods quickly and efficiently. Whether you require a standard tractor unit for a wide variety of applications, or something a little more specialist, we can help with funding for it.
A business might need bus and coach finance for a number of reasons including:
· Upgrade trucks to the latest models
· Access to road transport equipment
· Spread costs out over time to better manage cash flow
· Improve productivity and efficiency
· Increase competitiveness
· Expansion of existing fleet
· Consumer preferences
Haulage finance often varies and depends on the business and type of finance required.
Typically, it can take anywhere from a couple of days to weeks to get finance in place for your new purchase. Finance applicants for haulage 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 email@example.com.
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.
A finance lease is simply renting the asset over an agreed period of time and you usually remain responsible for the maintenance.
Hire purchase allows your business to buy an asset by spreading the cost over a fixed period of time with regular monthly instalments.
Invoice finance provides early access to the funds owed to you in unpaid invoices. If you find your business waiting for customers to pay for your services or products, you could use invoice finance as a way of getting paid sooner.
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