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Leasing Options

Offering flexible leasing options for your business

Green World Innovations, in association with Shire Leasing PLC, are offering leasing options on all of our products.

Leasing is a flexible payment option that comes with many benefits:

No major upfront costs – Don’t let a purchasing budget hold you back. Leasing removes the need for significant outlay, allowing you to put your cash to better use.

Pay as you earn – Get use of the equipment immediately, without having to find the full sum up front. Only the first rental is normally required to begin the agreement and it is usually taken by Direct Debit.

Fixed payments – Lease rental payments are fixed, which makes budgeting and forecasting easier.

Protect existing lines of credit – Leasing protects your existing lines of credit such as bank loans and overdrafts.

To discuss leasing options, call the Green World Innovations sales team on 0333 305 2326.

*Subject to application, credit and Shire Leasing’s terms and conditions. Limited Companies for Business Use Only. Any lease entered into will be with Shire Leasing PLC and subject to application, credit and their terms and conditions.

Shire Leasing is the largest independent funding house in the UK, specialising in leasing specifically for business critical equipment in the B2B market place.

  • An innovative and agile company working with manufacturers, resellers and distributors since 1990.
  • Funder with an own book portfolio of circa £100m to support UK SMEs, as well as relationships with a strong panel of investors which allow for deals to be broked if necessary.
  • Credit decisions in as little as 4 hours, so you can continue with your growth plans with minimal delays.

Shire Leasing PLC is Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for certain types of consumer credit lending and credit related activities that are regulated under the Consumer Credit Act 1974 and by the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000