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Equipment financing supports companies’ growth by accelerating technology refreshes and preserving capital for activities that increase sales—not depreciating assets. Below is just a sampling of our clients’ key segments—we partner with businesses at every stage across all industries, both domestically and abroad.

Our experienced team understands how to navigate the complexities of equipment procurement and provide support along the way. Underwriting is performed in-house, and we focus on providing rapid turnaround at each step. As a privately held company, our principals are ingrained in every decision, removing the need for customary red tape and offering specialized, optimal service for each customer.

Equipment Leasing, Equipment Financing, Growth capital in California, New York, Massachusetts, USA

LIFE SCIENCES & BIOTECH

Whether your life sciences or biotechnology firm is an academic spinout, pre-clinical, clinical or beyond, equipment requirements are often significant when expanding or building out facilities. Companies often...

Equipment Leasing, Equipment Financing, Growth capital in California, New York, Massachusetts, USA

MANUFACTURING & LOGISTICS

Manufacturing companies often need new or updated high-quality equipment to meet the supply chain and production demands of customers. Having ready access to financing—at the lowest possible cost—enables...

Equipment Leasing, Equipment Financing, Growth capital in California, New York, Massachusetts, USA

FOOD & BEVERAGE

Purchasing new equipment for your growing food or beverage company can quickly add up and turn into a significant investment. Whether you’re replacing aging assets, upgrading to the newest technology...

Equipment Leasing, Equipment Financing, Growth capital in California, New York, Massachusetts, USA

CLOUD COMPUTING

Matching costs to revenue and safeguarding against SLA risks is critical when developing a service platform. MSPs often lose repeat business due to technological obsolescence and a struggle with multi-vendor...