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SLP Expands Financial Services Program to Cover All Printing-Related Equipment and Software

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

WAKE FOREST, N.C. - Southern Lithoplate (SLP) has positioned itself as a true solutions provider to printing operations that are in a growth mode and seeking easy access to capital funding. 

The SLP Financial Services program is making it much simpler for new and existing customers to modernize their production systems for greater profitability. This aggressive program expansion takes a comprehensive approach to financing printing-related equipment and software needs. SLP Financial Services offers a variety of lending and leasing structures to drive customer growth, including purchase option leases and dollar buyout leases. It is only the latest expression of SLP’s dedication to print.

The expanded financial resources support purchases of prepress hardware, workflow systems, pressroom machinery and capital equipment for the bindery, mailroom and other production departments. SLP can customize a convenient financing program for products purchased directly from SLP and Strategic Alliance Partners, including CRON-ECRM, ECRM and Screen, as well as equipment acquired through third-party vendors.

SLP Financial Services offers attractive programs with risk-based pricing for the full spectrum of newspaper publishers, coldset web printers and commercial sheetfed operations, from Fortune 100 companies to local mom-and-pop shops, ensuring the most competitive rates and structures for all.

Extended lease packages up to 84 months are available for press and bindery equipment and 60 months on prepress and wide-format equipment. Customers wishing to finance less than $250,000 in equipment costs can take advantage of streamlined application-only programs.
 
“SLP Financial Services has the financing expertise to assess each unique situation and provide custom financing options to best suit customers’ individual circumstances,” said Steve Mattingly, senior vice president.

 

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