Helping take advantage of opportunities in some economic sectors.

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Equipment Finance helps you take advantage of opportunities in construction, transport, manufacturing/ processing, printing and material handling. We will finance purchase of new or used equipment used in construction (roads, houses, highways, ports, bridges, etc), transportation, manufacturing/ processing (plant, machinery and generators) and printing. It is the ideal solution if you are a proprietor, a partnership firm, a private limited company or a professional.

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