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Verdant provides Hiab finance

Thursday, 8 Nov 2018 ( #897 ) - Cincinnati, OH, United States
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Verdant will offer finance solutions for HIAB handling equipment
Verdant Commercial Capital has signed a multi-year vendor program agreement with Hiab USA to provide retail financing for Hiab equipment customers in the United States.

Verdant Commercial Capital is an independent equipment finance company headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, with additional offices in Dallas, Texas; Minneapolis, Minnesota; and Monrovia, California. It provides financing solutions in support of its vendor partners across the broad segments of specialty vehicle, construction, technology, energy efficiency/renewables, industrial and office solutions.

Under the agreement, Verdant will offer finance solutions for HIAB handling equipment as well as MOFFETT truck-mounted forklifts and MULTILIFT demountables. Finance will be offered through the current network of more than 25 branch locations around the USA.

"We are excited to partner with Verdant Commercial Capital on this program to continue to add value for our customers. We look forward to leveraging the Verdant team’s extensive industry experience to offer competitive equipment financing solutions to our customers," says Roger Slagle, Hiab director of business control.

"Hiab USA is a market leader, has an exceptional reputation and is the exact kind of partner Verdant looks to work with to offer financing solutions," says Brian Lowe, Verdant chief commercial officer. "The Verdant team will work hard to help Hiab USA sell more equipment through financing."
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