Why We Need Logging Trucks
As a lease financing company that specializes in a variety of new and used equipment in the forestry and logging industry, Elite leasing knows the importance of having the right equipment for your logging company. Our expertise is in serving large corporations, proprietors, and first-time buyers in Western Canada and the Yukon. If you have been declined by your bank or can't wait any longer for funding, we will provide you with fast and dependable funding. We know that logging trucks are the lifeblood of the logging industry in BC and the Yukon, so we're here to help.
Logging has been a staple of Canadian trade since the 19th century. Back then, the muscles of men and beasts were employed to manually transport logs. Even though the means of transportation has evolved from men to machines, the importance of transporting the logs from the middle of the forest to places where they can be processed has only increased. As the world's need for wood increases, a logging company's need for dependable logging trucks increases too.
Modern logging trucks are the lifeblood of the logging industry. Without dependable transportation, the industry would come to a halt. Skilled drivers move wood from the forest to wood yards, sawmills, and paper mills. These vehicles encounter various driving conditions from lonely, dirt backroads to busy highways. Since driving conditions are so diverse, even before weather is discussed, it's critical to have a modern, well-maintained truck that is powerful enough to do the job you need done.
Elite Leasing understands how essential it is to get new logging equipment when you need it. We will use our 25 years of experience in the financial industry to find your application a home. When the banks say no, we say yes. We have the flexibility to help you in ways a bigger bank would not.
If you need help getting financed to run one or many logging trucks, fill out an application with Elite Leasing! We have years of experience serving the logging industry. If you have questions, check out our FAQ page, but if you have questions that aren't answered there, contact us and ask!