Wednesday 30 October 2013 @ 14:09
With a change in government following the Federal election, there is now renewed hope in many sectors that the economy is about to surge. Since January the mining sector has sta lled, but now there is genuine anticipation that a number of projects which had been placed on hold, will now move ahead.
With this in mind, it is a perfect time to get ahead of the market and prepare for a surge in business activity. Terex Financial Services (TFS) offers a range of financial programs that allow Genie customers to secure a line of finance and have this in place ready to access at short notice.
“We expect there to be a growth in demand for Genie® equipment,” said Adam Phillips, Country Manager – Australia and New Zealand for Terex Financial Services.
Genie customers can have pre-approval for a line of credit and then access funds as and when required. While competitors are seeking funds and completing the paperwork, you can quickly win new business and deliver Genie equipment to your customers.
The process to establish a line of credit begins with a phone call to Adam Phillips. He can then outline the steps involved to set up an account with TFS. It’s that simple.
Establish a relationship today!
To get your business finance across the line tomorrow
Call Adam Phillips for a no-pressure chat.
Country Manager, Terex Financial Services
Ph: +61 7 3456 4412
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