Warewasher manufacturer Winterhalter has put together a package of different finance options for purchasing its machines.
Each one can be tailored to the operator’s needs, however high or low the budget. Some of the options include a 4-month ‘holiday’ at their beginning – freeing up cash flow.
Winterhalter’s existing Pay Per Wash (PPW) scheme is included in the options, featuring no upfront costs and including the machine, service and chemicals, with no fixed contract. Operators pay as they wash, topping up credits online or by phone.
If they no longer want the machine, Winterhalter will take it away. If they want to change to a bigger or smaller model, it can be arranged. And if they decide to buy it outright, the PPW payments they’ve already made are taken into account.
Winterhalter’s rental scheme also means there’s no upfront cost and the operator knows what the monthly outgoings are going to be. Like PPW it includes chemicals and service. It’s also one of the schemes offering a 4-month holiday at the start of the contract, which can be up to 6 years, with the option to buy at any time.
For operators who prefer to buy their appliance, Winterhalter can offer 0% finance, over up to 18 months, with the 4-month holiday at the start available until the end of October. The company can also offer lease hire and lease purchase agreements.
Glenn Roberts, sales director at Winterhalter UK, said: “In a Covid-19 world, hygiene and safety are paramount – especially in critical areas like warewashing.
“Installing a quality dish or glass washer, such as a Winterhalter, can guarantee hygiene and safety for a site’s staff and customers.
“With this package of different finance options, we believe there’s a scheme to suit every business and help them come out of the economic crisis in better shape.”