Our Rent.Grow.Own® funding solution is the most flexible in the market!
As a contractor or supplier to the construction and earthmoving industry, at times you’ll face a tricky ‘chicken or egg’ situation: what comes first – the contracts or the equipment? In a tough economy and without a backlog of work lined up, how do you justify spending $60,000 on an excavator? The majority of small to medium business owners just don’t have enough cash to buy expensive construction equipment outright.
Paying for equipment outright is usually unrealistic and unaffordable, and with restrictions by traditional finance lenders on limited trading history, equipment age or mileage, many transport company owners see the outward convenience of traditional truck hire as their only option. However when this method is relied on for more than a few weeks, the cost becomes exorbitant, specific equipment availability is uncertain and there is no opportunity for ownership.
GoGetta has helped an engineering firm diversify and boost its revenue by about 30% by funding a $60,000 line-boring machine.
Eternity Meat, a meat wholesale company based out of Balliang, Victoria, had recent struggled to keep up with customer demand – that is, until they sought a non-traditional finance option.
Michael Devine has been in the trucking industry for over ten years, and was ready to make the leap into becoming a business owner. Thanks to GoGetta, he was able to turn his dreams into a reality.
If you decide that ownership is the option that most suits you, and you're in a position to pay out, why not take advantage of our 75% net rental rebate?
If the equipment no longer suits your business, or your core operation has changed, simply return with no penalties.
If you want to keep your options open, simply keep renting the equipment and watch the purchase price continue to drop.
If you want to work towards equipment ownership, our go.Own.plus® agreement lets you enjoy a 30% discount on your weekly payments on a 36 month contract or a 15% discount on a 24 month contract.