Cobot leasing programme launched

20 January 2020

Universal Robots (UR) has launched a new cobot leasing programme in collaboration with DLL, a global vendor finance company.

The new partnership enables manufacturers – regardless of size or capital equipment budgets – to reap the benefits of automation without worrying about cash flow and seasonal fluctuations.

“We’re leveling the playing field by enabling all manufacturers to immediately put cobots to work without an upfront capital investment,” said Klaus Vestergaard, CFO at Universal Robots. “UR Financial Services offers end-users a fast, low-risk and financially-friendly model to accelerate automation in their factories. The partnership makes it easy to upgrade existing cobots, add additional units or test cobots for the first time – and equips end-users to maximise productivity, quality and profitability, without increasing costs or cash outlay.”

DLL offers UR’s customers tailor made financing and leasing programs. As business needs change, customers will have the option to schedule payments to fit fluctuations in cash flow, upgrade to new equipment, or add cobots anytime during the contract term. At the end of the finance term, customers will have the option to buy the equipment for a fraction of the original cost, upgrade to newer technology, extend the finance term or simply return the equipment.

UR’s distributor network will work directly with DLL’s finance experts in each country to provide new payment and leasing options for interested customers. Through the experts’ specialised asset knowledge, flexible financing solutions and strategic marketing resources, they will support UR to execute the growth strategy. End users will continue to experience the benefits of working with UR, including its global reach, local support, service and maintenance, training offerings through its online UR Academy and global network of Authorized Training Centers, and UR’s extensive UR+ Ecosystem.


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