Lease finance for growth

When your business is expanding steadily, use lease finance for growth.

JLR Commercial Laundry based in the South East of the UK, pride themselves on providing a competent, capable and extremely reliable service to their hospitality sector customers. Allied to this, JLR provide a bespoke, tailor-made service to meet their customers specific needs.

Initially providing domestic laundry services, the business has grown steadily since 1990. Now, continued expansion into the commercial sector and the need to bespoke their services requires a production facility which has the flexibility to deal with widely varying workloads.

That’s where PMD came in, providing JLR with the lease finance to enable the acquisition of a 57kg washing machine and an automated multilane ironer and towel folder. A fine example of using lease finance for growth.

Mitchell Gordon, Director gave us this fantastic testimonial:

“I wanted to take this opportunity to thank yourself and Jill for arranging our finance and dealing with it with so quickly and efficiently. The whole process from start to finish was so easy that it didn’t take up hardly any of my time and allowed me to concentrate on other matters, which was such a massive help.

I found yourself and Jill very accommodating and pleasant to work with and any queries I had were dealt with straight away. The communication was excellent as I was always kept informed during the process.

I look forward to working with yourselves again and would definitely recommend your services.”

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