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An equipment under an operating lease is always intended to be returned to the lessor at the end of the lease period.
The customer still gets the use of the asset over the agreed contract period in return for rental payments, but these payments do not cover the full capital cost of the asset and the customer is not entitled to retain the asset at the end of the lease period.
Operating leases can also include additional features such as a full maintenance package provided as part of the agreement.
In an operating lease the lessor maintains ownership of the equipment and the equipment is handed back at the end of the contract.
The lessee may also elect to keep the asset and roll the lease on a month to month basis. Another option is for the lessee to enter into a revised contract for a further period. The regular payment amounts made in the second period can reduce significantly depending on how long the contract is extended.
Why Choose Us
Other sources of getting equipment often move too slowly to be effective, taking many days to provide an answer after reviewing a lease request. We understand you and your business cannot afford to wait too long. You require simple and efficient solutions to your needs which is why we strive to approve your request with unparalleled speed.
We will work with you to find a plan that suits your needs and facilitate an equipment acquisition from the vendor of your choice. Our applications only require a limited amount of information and approvals are delivered quickly. You are our priority and our team is always available to help you.
Our experienced teams are experts in their field and depend on lasting relationships – they are invested in understanding your business.
We offer the flexibility and service that only a privately owned leasing company can deliver. M.I.S.S will look at almost all ranges of equipment acquisitions including used assets, private transactions, and sale-leaseback. We are experts at structuring transactions to match your businesses’ cash flow.