For qualifying Milacron customers

When it comes to cutting-edge industrial equipment, customers count on Milacron. Having payments designed to fit your budget is important to helping your business grow. For a limited time, qualified Milacron customers can jump-start business growth with two great offers from Wells Fargo Vendor Financial Services.


As with any financing transaction, equipment, installation and service fees can be rolled into a single financing agreement. All financing offers are based on credit approval.

  • Offer 1: 0 payments for the first 12 months, followed by the remaining term with equal monthly payments at 2.99%
  • Offer 2: 0% interest on the first 12 months, followed by remaining term with equal monthly payments at 2.99%


  • Offer begins September 20, 2016 and is valid for equipment ordered and shipped by December 31, 2016
  • Offers available on $1 buy-out lease only
  • Standard term length is 60 months
  • All Milacron equipment qualifies
  • Customer qualification for offers determined by credit review


  • Customers have benefits of ownership with cost-effective solutions for cash flow management
  • Equipment may qualify for standard depreciation schedule (customers should consult their tax advisor)
  • This lease option can provide 100% financing for the entire equipment purchase


Have questions or need more information?

Contact us today for more information on these great financing offers.

Darryl Smiley
Milacron Credit & Collections Manager

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© 2016 Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. All rights reserved. All transactions are subject to credit approval. Some restrictions may apply. Wells Fargo Vendor Financial Services is the trade name used by Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. and certain of its subsidiaries that provide financing and programs for manufacturers, dealers and other vendors of equipment and inventory and their customers. The information contained herein is general in nature and not intended to provide you with specific advice or recommendations. Contact your attorney, accountant, tax or other professional advisor with regard to your individual situation.