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Capital expenses can be tough to get approved and can hold up much needed upgrades at the plant level. In fact – old, faulty, and inadequate equipment can cause costly disruptions to production, impacting the bottom line more significantly than the cost to upgrade. For manufacturers without the available capital to invest in purchasing new equipment, leasing can be a great option.

Just as it puts manufacturers’ minds at ease to have a reliable traceability mark on their products, it greatly simplifies accounting processes to have a predictable monthly payment for product identification equipment such as inkjet printers, labelers, thermal transfer printers, and laser coders. Flexible leasing options for coding and labeling equipment makes this possible.

The same way one would trade-in to lease a larger vehicle to accommodate a growing family, leasing can be a great option to help plants expanding their production keep up with demand without breaking the bank. When choosing to lease, manufacturers can consider covering hard costs for the equipment alone or can opt into including soft costs for things such as preventive maintenance and on-site technical support into their monthly payments. Manageable monthly payments that bundle the equipment, consumables and parts and services needed to keep coding and labeling operations running smoothly make it accessible for even the most budget-conscious facilities to benefit from the latest equipment for coding their products.

If you’re exploring the possibility of leasing your product identification equipment for printing your barcodes, date codes, lot codes, etc. in real-time, then look for a program with the following characteristics:

  • Low, fixed monthly payments to improve your cash flow
  • Bundled tax and installation charges
  • Bundled consumables and technical services
  • Quick application and approvals process for financing

 

Diagraph’s program is available for all products in our portfolio. We’ll help you to get your monthly lease program started. Let us know what you’re looking for to get a customized leasing quote.




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