EFI signs finance agreement with DLL

EFI has entered into an agreement with the DLL Group, based in Eindhoven, Holland, to cover financing for most of its inkjet printer sales in many European countries. It covers new rental and leasing for EFI’s Vutek, Jetrion, Cretaprint, Quantum, Reggiani and Nozomi digital printer product lines.

DLL is a global financial solutions company working in agriculture, food, healthcare, clean technology, transportation, construction, industrial equipment and office technology. James Ryan, new business development manager at DLL’s Office Technology Global Business Unit, explains: “At DLL, we are excited by the growing possibilities of digital printing. We look forward to helping EFI’s customers acquire these new technology solutions as well as the future innovations that lie ahead.”

DLL delivers integrated financial solutions to support the asset life cycle from leasing, vendor and commercial finance to remarketing. The company is a fully owned subsidiary of Rabobank Group and operates in more than 35 countries.

Marc Olin, EFI’s chief financial officer, commented: “Access to finance is an important requirement for growth in our industries, and making financing solutions available to our customers worldwide has been an important objective for EFI. The rental and leasing options in Europe available through the new program are a welcome development to help our customers with their business decision to acquire our products.”





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