Growing a successful textiles and clothing business requires investment in the machinery which is essential to each stage of the production process.
With over 35 years of experience in helping business in this sector invest capital in assets, we can help you tailor a funding solution which meets your finance needs and gets you the equipment you need, quickly and easily.
By splitting the cost of expensive equipment purchases into a monthly repayment plan, asset finance stops you draining the cash reserves which are vital to running and growing your business.
Whether it’s cutting and sewing machines, digital printers, spinning, weaving or knitting machinery, materials, or just parts and add-ons for your existing equipment, we can fund it all, leaving you free to focus on powering productivity and expanding your business horizons.
We can help fund assets from £5,000 to £500,000 with repayment terms of two to five years. We’ll work with you to find a tailored textiles and clothing finance solution that works for the needs of your business.
“Hitachi Capital Business Finance helped secure funding under the Enterprise Finance Guarantee for a limited company that had just registered in August 2017. It would have been extremely difficult for the customer to access finance without the EFG. They turned the deal around quickly and everyone’s happy.”
"Hitachi Capital Business Finance provided a brilliant service because everything was done online and very transparent. I was particularly impressed with their customer service and it was Hitachi’s response time that stood out the most, I will definitely be coming back to finance future purchases.”
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