Kennet Equipment Leasing has been providing business equipment finance for UK companies since 1990. Thanks to our own significant resources, as well as access to many of the top lenders we have been able to successfully fund business equipment purchases for a wide range of businesses of all types and sizes over the last 30 years.


Having financed equipment to a value in excess of £300M in the last 12 months alone, you can rest assured that Kennet are the people to talk to for any business equipment finance requirements. From £1,000 upwards, we will have a solution that suits your cash flow and budget.


Whether you are looking to buy equipment for your own business, or seeking an affordable finance solution for your customers, Kennet Equipment Asset and Finance Leasing will give any business the power to grow.




We can assist with a range of business finance including machinery leasing, vehicle financing and other business equipment


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