BharatBenz says that satisfactory finance schemes have been a key problem within the business automobile sector and the influence of COVID-19 has made it much more tough for patrons to safe loans.
Daimler India Commercial Vehicles (DICV), producer of BharatBenz vans and buses, has introduced signing Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) with 18 main banks and NBFCs (Non-Banking Financial Company) to supply better financing flexibility and comfort. The firm says that satisfactory finance schemes have been a key problem within the business automobile sector and the influence of COVID-19 has made it much more tough for patrons to safe loans. With this transfer, each new and present BharatBenz clients can now get simple, tailored finance schemes.
Commenting on the most recent improvement, Satyakam Arya, CEO & Managing Director DICV stated, “As many CV customers are currently facing financing hurdles, MoUs such as these add substantial choice and value. On behalf of DICV, I would like to thank all these financial institutions for their assistance in providing viable finance options to our BharatBenz customers. These competitive financing solutions will help our customers to grow their business”.
Daimler India says that the transfer to signal MoUs with banks throughout the nation is in step with its “customer-centric approach and commitment to providing a hassle-free buying experience”. BharatBenz says that as a part of the deal, the banks will consider the monetary wants of the patrons and develop acceptable financing packages for them. At the identical time, Daimler’s personal financing model, Daimler Financial Services India, can even proceed to supply finance choices to clients.
Simultaneously, BharatBenz can be working in increasing its community in India, and it goals to have 250 touchpoints throughout the nation by finish of 2020. In November, the corporate introduced inaugurating 10 new retailers in Tier II and Tier III cities within the Northern, Southern, and Western areas of India.