Mecalac offers delayed repayments

By Thomas Allen02 June 2020

Compact construction equipment manufacturer Mecalac has launched a Buy Now, Pay Later finance package to help customers deal with the challenging circumstances caused by Covid-19.

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Mecalac’s Buy Now, Pay Later initiative applies to the its range of excavators, wheeled loaders, site dumpers, compaction rollers and backhoe loaders

The pan-European initiative is available through Mecalac’s approved dealer network and applies to the company’s range of excavators, wheeled loaders, site dumpers, compaction rollers and backhoe loaders.

Commenting on the UK market, Paul Macpherson, UK Sales and Marketing Director at Mecalac Construction Equipment UK, said, “During such exceptional times, we wanted to give something back and provide construction professionals nationwide with a simple, affordable way to purchase the latest Mecalac models.”

For all new models ordered and delivered before 31 July 2020, customers are offered three months without repayment instalments or interest.

At the end of the three months, payments recommence, spread over 36, 48 or 60 months.

Macpherson added, “Our Buy Now, Pay Later finance offer has been designed with the customer firmly in mind.

“Available through your local Mecalac dealer, the package offers a risk-free revenue source for three months before the first payment is due.”

Mecalac is not the only company to have introduced a scheme like this; Yanmar Compact Equipment recently launhced a similar initiative to freeze purchase repayments.

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