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Flatbed Trailer Financing

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Flatbed trucks and trailer vehicles and equipment are vital to the transportation, hauling & construction industry, used by firms around the world to haul heavy equipment and materials.


And while it’s important to have flatbeds in your fleet, you want to make sure you aren’t spending too much to procure them. That’s where trailer equipment financing for flatbeds can help, allowing you to build up your fleet without spending too much cash or exhausting lines of credit.


With new and used flatbed truck and trailer equipment financing, you can update your flatbed fleets when you need to, which means you won’t need to worry about drivers operating inefficient or obsolete semi-trucks and trailers.


Of course, the idea of equipment financing might be new to you, which is why working with the experts at Fortis Equipment Funding can help. Businesses who want to find financing or leasing for their flatbed trailers can rely on us to help build their fleets.


Fortis can access an extensive network of industry connection and deep well of equipment knowledge to help small and mid-sized trucking and construction companies like you find funding, whether you’re an owner operator who needs one truck, or a business that wants to grow their fleet.  Fortis offers the ability to quickly close on business equipment loans so that you can get to work.


Fortis offers specific varieties of financing such as low and no-up front cost financing, allowing you to get the new or used flatbed trailer you need without having to expend too much of your precious capital. 


And unlike most leasing companies and equipment financing firms, Fortis is able to fund private sale transactions for our clients, provided they have the proper verification and documentation.


Before your company spends more than it needs to purchase new or used flatbeds, get in touch with Fortis Equipment Funding. Our team looks forward to helping you expand your heavy duty trucking and trailer fleet.

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