Builds a better future
Generates added value
DLL offers financing solutions for manufacturers, dealers, distributors, rental companies and users of construction and heavy equipment. We cooperate with leading suppliers to help them provide complete solutions for their customers. We help our partners build in a sustainable and profitable manner.
In 2013, DLL had over 70,000 construction units in its portfolio.
Many of us at DLL have experience from the construction industry.
We have supported a large number of construction projects around the world, such as construction of the launchers used for NASA's space laboratory.
In-depth insight into your business
We aim to help our partners as they expand their operations geographically. We are currently active in 36 countries all over the world.
Through ups and downs
We cooperated with our partners to get through the worst recession in many years, which ultimately strengthened our relationships.
In-depth understanding of the equipment's life cycle and usage areas helps us provide customised and flexible financing solutions.
Our solutions in the building industry
Generates value throughout the equipment's entire life cycle to help our partners achieve their sales and growth goals.
Structures, terms and conditions and insurance options adapted to the specific needs of your business within the construction industry.
A broad range of products and services, including leasing, progress payments and financial and operating leasing.
Rental fleet management
Financing solutions connected to vehicle fleet management to match different budgets and needs. These solutions help you effectively manage your vehicle fleet and reduce the total ownership cost.
We provide manufacturers and dealers with flexible financing programmes. Our extensive experience and expertise in the construction industry means we can offer financing solutions that are adapted to your specific business.
Life Cycle Asset Management
A business model based on the insight that end users value equipment usefulness over purchasing or owning it, while the manufacturer manages the equipment's life cycle from production to disposal.