Scrapping Current Methods to Benefit the Future: Assessing the Waste & Recycling Equipment Industry

Sustainability is the hottest trend among corporations and government agencies alike. In PwC’s 17th Annual Global CEO Survey, 75 percent of CEOs agree with this saying that satisfying societal needs (beyond those of investors, customers and employees) and protecting the interests of future generations is important. How they can do more with less remains a top priority making significant gains in recycling and waste management. The...


2018 Economic Outlook Forecasts 9.1% Expansion In Equipment And Software Investment And 2.7% GDP Growth
Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation

Investment in equipment and software is projected to expand 9.1 percent in 2018 according to the 2018 Equipment Leasing & Finance U.S. Economic Outlook released today by the Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation. The annual investment growth projection, which is well above the estimated 5.2 percent growth rate experienced in 2017, continues the strong improvement trajectory seen over the last 12 months.

Lessors beware of the enforceability of stipulated loss value tables
Equipment Finance Advisor

A recent ruling by a judge in the influential Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware may indicate that Stipulated Loss Value tables are more than is commonly believed in the industry. The takeaway from this case is that lessors cannot always rely on the enforceability of stipulated loss value tables in the lease agreements, especially where the actual damages incurred from the rejection of the agreements at issue are significantly less than the liquidated...

Impact Of New Tax Law Still Fuzzy

A pair of surveys conducted in early February portray companies as being a bit of disarray regarding impacts from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. In one of the surveys by recruiting and workforce management firm Korn Ferry, three quarters of 262 surveyed executives said they believe that the new tax law will help business.


The Worst Loans are made in the best times: Credit managers lead the fight against complacency
Monitor Daily

With a record-breaking year on the books, the equipment finance industry has benefited from a lengthy economic expansion. While it can be easy to relax into the false sense of security a period of abundance can bring, credit managers continue to exercise caution, keeping a vigilant eye out for the slightest negative signs or factors that may affect business.

Keeping up with the pressure to perform
Construction Equipment

A flat tire — whether it affects an on-road hauler or pickup truck, or an off-road wheel loader or ADT — can mean costly downtime. With help from the tire pressure monitoring systems and connectivity through telematics, maintenance managers can mitigate the risk and better control tire costs along the way.

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