Hitachi Construction Machinery UK (HCMUK), a leading name in the construction, quarrying and demolition equipment market, is delighted to have appointed Walbrook Asset Finance as their preferred finance provider for HCMUK customers.
Walbrook Asset Finance specialises in providing finance, hire purchase and operating lease financing to the construction, demolition, transportation, logistics, mining, manufacturing and other sectors, proving a perfect fit HCMUK’s customers.
The partnership is the latest development in HCMUK’s strategy to become a class leading solutions partner and will be branded as ZAXIS Finance, which shares its name with Hitachi’s 1-90 tonne excavator line-up.
Mark Turnham, National Sales Director at HCMUK said:
“Following a vigorous tender process, we are delighted to have appointed Walbrook Asset Finance as our finance partner.
“They bring with them a team who have many years of experience within our industry and who share the same passion and drive for the Hitachi product as we do, allowing us to offer even higher levels of customers service than before.”
Commenting on the partnership, Chris Smith, Head of Sales at Walbrook Asset Finance said:
“Both Walbrook and Hitachi Construction Machinery share the same ethos that the customer always comes first. Both businesses enjoy a first-class reputation for service levels, high-quality products and, most importantly, putting what the client wants at the forefront of everything. We are passionate about the success of this relationship and the important role it plays in empowering customers to purchase a ‘solution’ as opposed to just a ‘product’.
“We look forward to a long and fruitful relationship serving Hitachi (HCMUK) customers and enhancing the incredible service levels that HCMUK customers already enjoy. Together with HCMUK, Walbrook will be able to help companies across the length and breadth of UK find new ways of funding their business-critical assets and bring them a compelling combination of solutions and services to streamline their business growth and capabilities.”