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New finance scheme from Hayter

11.30am 3rd February 2005 - Corporate

Golfers are demanding ever improving standards from the courses they play. The skill of the greenkeeping staff in providing better surfaces is a major factor but without modern machinery their efforts will achieve very little. This machinery can be prohibitively expensive for all but the wealthiest clubs. Recognising this, Hayter have introduced a new finance scheme, aimed specifically at golf clubs, to help with the acquisition of the all-important grass cutting equipment.
Working with MOX UK, the industry market leader in financing equipment for golf courses, Hayter can now provide a number of finance options to suit the needs of individual golf courses. In some cases a straightforward lease purchase is required but increasingly an operating lease is the best option. This is an extremely cost effective way of golf courses having modern high performance machinery without the problems associated with ownership. An operating lease can also include maintenance and this is where the association with MOX really pays dividends. With years of experience in the maintenance of golf course equipment, MOX are able to offer the very best service at a very competitive price. Whatever the requirements of the golf club are, advice is available from Hayter as to which is the best scheme.
Commenting on the launch of the scheme David Sturges, sales and marketing director for Hayter said, “We have looked long and hard at the best way to help our golf course customers with the purchase of machinery. There are plenty of good finance companies in the market but we wanted to offer our customers something different and with some ‘added value‘. MOX are one of the leading finance companies, not just in the UK but in continental Europe and they were the obvious people to work with.”
Hayter www.hayter.co.uk or telephone 01279 723444.

       

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