Unleash the Power of Financing
Whatever objectives are driving your business, financing can help you capitalize on opportunities, while staying on budget.
Financing can offer:
- Predictable and affordable payments
- Reduced up-front costs and preserved working capital
- Customized structures and tailored payment solutions
- Easy equipment and technology upgrades
- Potential tax and accounting advantages
Leases, such as the Fair Market Value Lease, can offer end of term flexibility with a clear path for your next equipment upgrade.
Loans can provide low monthly payments while maintaining the benefits of ownership and associated tax benefits. These options are ideal for customers with long-life equipment needs or businesses who want to structure monthly expenses to match their cash flow.
Milacron and Wells Fargo also offer specialty products designed to meet the unique needs of your industry. Payments can be structured in many ways including: monthly, quarterly, deferred, step, seasonal and extended terms.
Milacron Added Value
Industry-Only Trade-In and Trade-Up
- Milacron offers the industries only trade-in and trade-up program.
- Milacron’s Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) – A comprehensive turn-key solution for upgrading your equipment
- Make the most of your trade-in against a new machine
- Get the most value of your trade-in machine instead of selling it on your own.
- Save the tax by trading in versus selling.
Have questions or need more information?
Contact your sales representative today for more information on these great financing offers.
Milacron Credit & Collections Manager
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© 2017 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.