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Meiko launches contract rental scheme for schools and the public sector

30 September 2014 by
Meiko launches contract rental scheme for schools and the public sector

Meiko UK has launched a three-year contract rental scheme for schools and the public sector that provides a choice of the most technically advanced and eco-friendly dishwashers for a fixed monthly cost.

Dave Kemp, technical services director for Meiko, explained: "Because there is no requirement for capital expenditure, schools and the public sector can focus on their business with the security of knowing the warewashing operation is properly managed. The deal means costs are fixed and the customer does not need to worry about getting quotes for repairs or dealing with invoices; all the annual service visits will be pre-booked so they are free to run their business with no hassle."

The offer includes all maintenance and chemicals required to support the machines during the three year contract term; the 40 basket an hour FV40.2G-GiO front loading model, or the 60 basket an hour DV80.2GiO pass through model.

"At the end of the rental period the customer can opt to enter into a reduced monthly charge for technical support and chemicals, buy the machine for a one-off payment of £25, or simply ask us to take it away," said Meiko UK group sales director Jeremy Hall.

"Should circumstances change, there is no obligation to carry on the contract, with cancellation of the rental agreement possible after the initial three-month period."

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