Quintex eliminates upfront costs for operators hungry to run energy efficient kitchens

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Energy and grease management specialist Quintex today launched ‘QFinance’ – a new financing support package that it says will help prospective customers adapt to the ‘new normal’.

The scheme has been developed to give clients access to a finance option that carries very little risk and enables them to keep on track with their energy saving and long-term sustainability goals.

QFinance will give businesses the option to spread the cost of any of Quintex solutions, eliminating the upfront costs that could be a struggle for businesses that are just reopening and getting back on their feet.

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The company aims to make things easier for businesses in the industry and give straightforward options to those who need it.

General manager, Emma Brooks, said she hopes the package will be of value to operators that might be facing tighter budgets but still want to ensure they can invest in the kind of long-term solutions that they would have under normal capital purchasing conditions.

“With many businesses finding their feet after the effects of the pandemic, QFinance will be a great option for many, not only for saving money but to ensure companies can still work towards reaching their sustainability and energy goals.”

Ms Brooks added: “QFinance is part of our ongoing plan to ensure we are supporting our clients in any way that we can. As the industry returns to normal, many projects will be pushed aside due to budget constraints, but with the new finance options, we give businesses’ the power to see positive results and savings from day one.”

For more information about QFinance click HERE.

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