Equipment Finance News & Insights

Saving Money While Expanding

Saving money while expanding

Saving Money While Expanding Published in Recycling Today Equipment leases may require less investment upfront from recycling companies that want to expand their capabilities. Demand is on the rise for goods made from recycled materials, and as a result many recycling companies are opting for vertical integration […]

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PE-Backed Companies More Ready to Invest

PE-Backed Companies More Ready to Invest Published in National Center For The Middle Market Private equity-backed companies are more ready to take risk and to invest in their business compared with their non-PE peers, a recent survey shows. The National Center for the Middle Market polled about […]

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2015 State of the Equipment Finance Industry Report Shows Cautious Optimism Amid Continued Growth and Change

2015 State of the Equipment Finance Industry Report Shows Cautious Optimism Amid Continued Growth and Change Published in Equipment Leasing and Finance Foundation San Antonio, TX, Oct. 26, 2015–For the first time ever, the equipment finance market is expected to surpass $1 trillion in 2015, according to […]

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GE to Sell Commercial Lending, Leasing Businesses to Wells Fargo

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GE to Sell Commercial Lending, Leasing Businesses to Wells Fargo Published in The Wall Street Journal General Electric Co. agreed to sell a major chunk of its U.S. commercial lending business to Wells Fargo & Co., a milestone in the company’s rapid exit from financial services that […]

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Making Room to Grow

Making Room to Grow Published in CFO CFOs from smaller U.S. companies say it’s time to step up their game, according to the second-quarter Duke/CFO global outlook survey. It’s becoming increasingly apparent that history is proving of little value to U.S. companies in their attempts to return […]

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Q&A: Cost Savings for Food Manufacturers Can be Found in Smart Equipment Strategy

Q&A: Cost Savings for Food Manufacturers Can be Found in Smart Equipment Strategy Equipment acquisition can be one of the most costly business expenses for food manufacturers, and one that can have a deep impact on profitability. Food Manufacturing recently interviewed Eric Freeman, Vice President of Summit […]

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Is now the time to purchase new health care equipment?

Is now the time to purchase new health care equipment? As medical technology progresses at a fast pace, growing health systems have to be wise when purchasing new equipment.  The need for expansion, more providers and more health care options has reached such a boiling point that […]

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Exporting Among U.S. Middle Market Firms Grows with Size and Maturity, According to New Analysis from American Express and Dun & Bradstreet

Exporting Among U.S. Middle Market Firms Grows with Size and Maturity, According to New Analysis from American Express and Dun & Bradstreet Published in Market Watch First-Ever Look at Dun & Bradstreet Data on U.S. Middle Market Exporters by Size, Industry, Geography and Age of Firm NEW […]

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Secular Shift: Equipment Rental in the New Economy

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Secular Shift: Equipment Rental in the New Economy In today’s economy, the benefits of renting equipment are magnified and the rental option is one that is being explored and used by a wider variety of industries, including contractors, construction companies, homeowners, event planners and more.

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How To Finance Heavy Equipment For US Manufacturing Operations

How To Finance Heavy Equipment For US Manufacturing Operations By Eric Freeman, Vice President, Summit Funding Group In today’s market, nearly every aspect of acquiring new equipment is financeable, from the equipment itself, to installation costs, to freight. Here’s how to do it right. Onshoring has become […]

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