US’ EFI signs financing deal for inkjet printers with DLL Group

3 August 2016 (Last Updated August 3rd, 2016 18:30)

US-based Electronics For Imaging (EFII), along with its Dutch subsidiary EFI BV, has entered a new contract with Netherlands’s DLL Group to finance EFI inkjet printers.

US-based Electronics For Imaging (EFII), along with its Dutch subsidiary EFI BV, has entered a new contract with Netherlands’s DLL Group to finance EFI inkjet printers.

The printers are used for signage and graphics, label and packaging, industrial textile and ceramic tile production.

The new deal features EFI equipment sales in various European countries and will offer new rental and leasing opportunities for EFI’s VUTEk, Jetrion, Cretaprint, Quantum, Reggiani and Nozomi digital printer range to their customers.

"Making financing solutions available to our customers worldwide has been an important objective for EFI."

Electronics For Imaging chief financial officer Marc Olin said: “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 programme are a welcome development to help our customers with their business decision to acquire our products.”

The new contract also allows customers to lease financing through DLL to acquire products from EFI’s portfolio.

EFI also plans to expand the range of financial service offerings to its customers across the rest of the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.  

With 5,500 members engaged in more than 35 countries, DLL provides integrated financial solutions to support the asset lifecycle, including leasing, vendor, commercial finance and remarketing.

EFI currently develops technologies for the production of signage, packaging, textiles, ceramic tiles, and personalised documents.

Last month, DOME Print and Marketing Solutions installed an EFI VUTEk HS125 Pro hybrid roll / flatbed inkjet press and an EFI VUTEk LX3 Pro hybrid LED inkjet printer to upgrade its superwide-format inkjet production process.