Cat trucks lease plan

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Cat trucks lease plan
Navistar Auspac has announced it will provide Navistar truck leasing packages to the Australian and New Zealand markets for the full range of Cat on-highway trucks. 
 
Available by now, the leasing packages are the first of a number of innovative financial programmes the company plans to bring to the region.
 
“We certainly see Australia as a long-term growth opportunity and Navistar Truck Leasing offers truck operators the ability to source off the balance sheet finance, leasing and rental packages,” said Kevin Dennis, managing director of Navistar Auspac. 
“In addition, our suite of fleet leasing packages includes products to further enhance the operational and financial benefits of service leasing and preventative maintenance programs.
 
“Customers are today looking for comprehensive, competitive finance arrangements that offer a complete solution,” Dennis said. 
“Having our own finance arm through Navistar Truck Leasing allows us to focus entirely on the needs of our customer base and tailor our offerings specifically for the region. 
 
“Early feedback has been extremely positive and we are determined to continue to deliver the support structures needed by our customers in Australia and New Zealand.
 
“Given the increasing interest in our expanded range of trucks, the timing for a dedicated financial package such as this couldn’t be better,” he said. 
 
“This initial offering is just the beginning. We will be bringing a number of new offerings to the market in the coming months.”
 
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