With the assistance of a new British Government scheme, Interpower have added another secure method of payment to their offerings.
The UK government backed system, called URICA, has been setup to assist business to offer more secure payment terms to their customers.
Subject to verification, we can now offer our customers the option to buy now and pay later, at no risk to either party.
The URICA system is funded by the British bank, with credit referencing and insurance supported by Euler Hermes.
As mentioned on our news page, Interpower have recently featured in an article in the Raconteur special reports business section of The Times national newspaper.
The article highlights how this system can assist both Interpower and their customers fund their projects, and it is not just limited to UK businesses either.
Earlier in 2016, Interpower supplied specialist offshore containerised generators to an international customer. To facilitate the delivery of the customers project, Interpower were able to offer terms which meant they only had to pay 90 days after the goods were delivered.
The system also allows for progress payments, meaning a deposit with order is now no longer required, and final payment prior to despatch does not delay the delivery to site.
Subject to acceptance, Interpower can offer these terms on projects with values of several hundred thousand pounds.
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