Plastics Manufacturing Equipment Finance
Nearly three decades of experience in plastic injection mold equipment finance
Assisting customers with capital loans and leases for injection molding, extrusion, blow molding, thermo, and other production work has helped us understand the different needs of the plastics manufacturing industry. EFG can provide a variety of finance options for your expansion and growth. Talk with us about plastic injection equipment loans, extrusion equipment leases, or other tool and machine investments. We'll provide the right funding solution faster and with better service than anyone in the industry.
Machines financed include:
Plastics Extrusion Lines
Die Cast & Extrusion
Other Plastics Machinery
Injection Molding Equipment Finance
EFG is a team of finance experts with real experience in the plastics manufacturing industry. We know that your purchase contract may require financing for turn-key injection molding equipment, and that, depending on complexity, it it may also need finance terms for separate components (boiler, high / low pressure pumps, accumulator, etc.), and/or for tooling & frequently replaced items such as piping, valves, and fixtures. Since 1994, EFG has has helped businesses not only with financing injection molding machines, but also with expert guidance related to your facility, production schedules, and manufacturing needs, based on our experience in the business, not just in finance.
Extrusion Equipment Leases and Loans
Which type of extrusion equipment are you purchasing or leasing?
Extrusion machines, single or twin screw , are ideal for producing pellet and sheet output. They're also used for production of window materials, vinyl siding, PVC pipe, and various plastic composites.
We know the production needs of the industry, and understand that single screw extruders are simpler and lower cost, while twin-screw equipment is more versatile, and will typically be used in the production of higher volume and higher quality product.
EFG's many years of experience in both the plastics industry, and in financing extrusion equipment will help with your finance decisions, from simple equipment purchases to those that call for thermal-sensitive compounds, complex shape output, or other extrusion precision.
Blow Molding Machinery Financing
Blow molding is often associated with traditional glass blowing, the art and craft considered to be the inspiration for this manufacturing process for forming hollow plastic parts.
EFG has decades of experience in the plastics manufacturing industry, including providing financing for equipment for performing injection blow molding, extrusion blow molding, and injection stretch blow molding.
Plastic Injection Thermo Equipment Finance
We're machine finance experts, not merely lease / loan providers. We understand the pros and cons of Injection Molding vs. Thermoforming. We can talk with you about tooling vs. production costs, knowing a single-sided thermoforming tool makes for a lower cost process than the creation of a double-sided mold for plastic injection. The costs per part vary in the same way. Our years of experience in the industry are put to use on your behalf when you apply for any Plastic Injection production equipment financing.
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Fast, flexible credit process
Simple, one-page credit application
CAPEX and lease lines up to $10,000,000
Application only approvals up to $500,000
Lending for new, demo, refurbished, and used machines
100% financing available
Tooling, shipping, rigging, accessories, and extras included
Excellent rates & low monthly payments
Transaction terms from 1 to 7 years
Deferred and structured payment plans available
The Financing Process
To begin the financing process complete our simple online credit application inquiry. After receipt of your initial submission, EFG will gather additional information specific to your purchase and company and electronically forward a fully populated Credit Application for your review and signature.
We will promptly contact you to develop a finance proposal. Typically, we are able to process a request under $500,000 with little to no additional information.