Phoseon launches financing option

Phoseon has announced a new Capital Services initiative to offer flexible payment options and maintenance service contracts to customers looking to retrofit flexo presses for UV LED curing.

Phoeson is headquartered near Portland, Oregon, USA.

Phoseon Capital Services offers up to 36-month payment and up to 48-month leasing options, both of which come with a professional evaluation to determine all necessary components, professional retrofit installation and training services, and a matching warranty on the UV LED lamps during the purchase or lease period. This also includes quarterly check-up maintenance services for leases and a buy-out option at the end of the lease, as well as extended maintenance contract options for customers purchasing the equipment outright.

Bill Cortelyou, president and CEO of Phoseon, commented: “Phoseon Capital Services is a new offer designed to provide converters with financial and maintenance options to make the transition to UV LED curing systems easy and affordable.” He added: “This is a full-service global operation, helping customers determine the right UV LED curing equipment for their specific needs, offering financing options and providing on-site installation and continual support service.”

However, Phoseon did not answer any questions as to who is actually underwriting this financing and whether or not it also applies to UK and European customers.

There are good reasons for converters to switch to LED curing for UV inks, including delivering more consistent prints with good print quality, reducing operational expenses and maximising press line uptime.





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