Back in 2017, Riverside launched a baler hire service to our customers. And, almost three years on, we look at why the market for rentals is booming…
Here at Riverside, we understand the different waste challenges that organisations face – plus the struggles associated with finding capital to meet these head on!
So, as part of our continued commitment to helping clients achieve maximum wealth from their waste, we introduced a brand new way to invest in our machines – allowing clients to hire our balers!
Designed to give businesses a little time to breathe – by spreading the cost of their baler over affordable weekly instalments – this flexible procurement method took off immediately and is still going strong!
And, with 15 models available for hire – including smaller compact balers such as the RWM40 through to our mill size RWM600 – there really is no reason not to consider a rental package.
Jonathan Oldfield, MD of Riverside Waste Machinery commented: “Given the undeniable pace of change within the waste and recycling industry, it can often be difficult for companies to plan ahead. Many businesses therefore try to invest in a machine that will suit their future needs – not just their present capacity – but this often means they end up paying for a far bigger machine than they require in the shorter term.
“A hire agreement presents flexibility should a company need to scale their plant up or down according to demand. It also makes our equipment even more immediately affordable, in the eyes of some businesses who don’t want to part with the capital.
“I’m so pleased that we made the decision to offer this package – it’s without a doubt our most popular service yet!”
Not only does this new finance option mean reduced initial outlay – clients also benefit from inclusive routine servicing and maintenance support from our knowledgeable engineers.
So, whether you want to reduce your waste costs or generate revenue from the sale of your dry recyclables, talk to us about how affordable the investment could be. We can help your own business case to see how quickly you could expect a baler to pay for itself, when considering factors such as fewer skip lifts, reduced waste handling costs and even possibly the creation of a recycling rebate.
We’ve recently written a FREE downloadable guide to why, in 2020, you can’t afford NOT to have a baler – access it here.