Helps our customers supply the world with food
Generates added value
We provide companies active in food processing and packaging with attractive financing solutions such as loans, leasing, instalment payments and solutions for extended service agreements.
Facts about food
A good way to ensure we have enough food is to reduce the amount of food waste. Consequently, we help leading companies that invest in equipment for food packaging.
As it stands today, 70% of all water is used in farming. For us it is important to continue optimising utilisation of this scarce natural resource. It is for this reason that we support several irrigation projects around the world.
Wine barrels and apple crates
We recognise the importance of specific assets for your business. Consequently, we provide vineyards and orchards with flexible financing solutions.
In-depth insight into your business
In 2050 there will be nine billion people on the earth (two billion more than there are today), which means the rate of food production needs to increase additionally.
Pressure on the food chain
A larger population means that the importance of food safety and quality is also greater.
Scarce natural resources
The growing population means that current consumption patterns will be impossible in the future without improved utilisation of resources and more sustainable solutions.
Customised payment programmes to match your customer's cash flow as well as financial trade programmes that lead to recurring sales.
Operating and financial leasing that benefits you and your customers.
Generates value throughout an asset's entire life cycle to help our supplier partners achieve their sales and growth goals.
Solutions for asset risks
DLL cooperates with partners in order to provide thousands of lessees with solutions for insurance and asset protection every year. Extra protection when needed.
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.