New Zealand has a specialised and extremely innovative industrial and manufacturing sector.

There are multiple challenges facing our economy. By being a strong contributor to our market economy and our international trade initiatives, the industrial and manufacturing sector often appears to shoulder a disproportionate level of responsibility in addressing these challenges.

The global scene we compete in is a complex and diverse environment and domestic business margins are increasingly being exposed to downward pressure off the back of the ever-increasing cost of basic operational resources.

Skills shortages, increasing fuel costs, a changing regulatory framework, difficulty sourcing raw materials at competitive prices and dealing with a strong currency are a few of the many challenges facing the sector.

Maintaining a competitive edge, being innovative, promoting greater efficiencies, optimising the use of capital and getting the most from an operation's backbone infrastructure assets are key aspects associated with driving the most value from the businesses that make up our industrial and manufacturing sector.

Quadrent can assist.

We have many years' experience and proven capabilities in providing equipment funding for the industrial and manufacturing sector. We provide funding for 100% of the acquisition cost of manufacturing plant, wine barrels, metal fabrication and engineering equipment, materials handling, plastics extrusion, metal machining equipment and general commercial plant and equipment. In short, an extremely flexible source of niche funding to maintain the 'tools' of the sector that are vital to driving increased efficiencies and wealth generation for the economy.


Equipment funded includes (but is not limited to):

  • Materials handling
  • Rugged IT&T
  • Racking
  • CNC machines
  • Printing presses
  • Manufacturing equipment
  • Scaffolding
  • Mining and construction equipment