The offer is available on all units within Hoshizaki’s UK world-class refrigeration, ice machine and specialist portfolio
In a bid to help foodservice operators get back on their feet and spread-out the cost of new refrigeration and ice machine purchases, Hoshizaki UK has introduced a brand-new leasing scheme via Shire Leasing.
Payments start from as little as £50 per month* on 3, 4 or 5 year contracts, with the offer available on all units within Hoshizaki’s UK world-class refrigeration, ice machine and specialist portfolio.
Simon Frost, director UK & Ireland, Hoshizaki UK believes the new scheme provides the ultimate solution for foodservice operators that are looking to improve their cash-flow whilst progressing their business. “The financial affect that the Covid-19 pandemic has had on many hospitality businesses has been draining to say the least, hence why it is more important than ever for catering equipment manufacturers to step-up and look at ways that they can further support their customers, not just from a product point of view, but from a financial perspective. It was for this very reason that Hoshizaki UK felt that now was the right time to initiate a leasing scheme,” he says.
“We hope that this flexible new route for financing Hoshizaki equipment will help UK foodservice business to recover from the recent economic woe, whilst improving efficiencies in the kitchen and behind the bar.”
For more information on leasing a Hoshizaki machine, please contact the Hoshizaki UK sales team via email: email@example.com.
Terms & Conditions** for this leasing scheme apply. For more information on appliances in the Hoshizaki portfolio, please visit www.hoshizaki-europe.com or call 01322 616 900.
*Payments start as little as £50 for the first 6 months. This offer is valid to ‘non-regulated’ and business use customers that quote LOWSTART20 when contacting their local Hoshizaki sales representative.
**Any agreement entered into will be with Shire Leasing PLC or may be introduced to one of a group of asset finance lenders and subject to application, credit and their terms and conditions. Payments advertised are subject to VAT. The lender will also charge a document fee and annual service fee.