UniFi Creates Financing Arm Partnership for SmartLift
SEP 12, 2019 - 6:40 am
SmartLift has teamed up with Ann Arbor-based UniFI Equipment Finance, allowing the latter to provide monthly payment financing for customers. The companies will jointly market the new program.
SmartLift’s lease and financing options allow customers to acquire the full range of SmartLift’s products. The company will offer its customers the all-in-one products, services and financing package.
“By providing this new financing avenue to our customers, we are making it easier for small and medium businesses to purchase a SmartLift glass manipulators that improves safety, reduced labor cost and increased production,” said Steven Brooks, national sales director at SmartLift US. “UnFI is a long time preferred finance partner and this expanded relationship supports our ability to drive sales and substantially enhance our offerings.”
“Growth is never by mere chance; it is the result of forces working together. By providing SmartLift customers with best in class equipment financing, all parties will win,” said RJ Grimshaw, CEO and president of UniFi Equipment Finance.
SmartLift US is a division of Great Lakes Lifting, which is headquartered in Frankfort, IL and has five strategic locations across the United States. It is the exclusive importer and distributor of the SmartLift mobile glass manipulator.
UniFi Equipment Finance is a wholly owned equipment finance subsidiary of the Bank of Ann Arbor. It has been in the equipment finance business for 41 years and specializes equipment financing to small and mid-sized companies across the country.
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