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Inkjet Printer Financing

Industrial ink jet printers, also known as continuous ink jet (CIJ) printers, blow ink onto targets for non-contact, high-resolution, high-speed printing. This direct-to-object printing is a flexible, efficient solution for coding/marking and printing barcodes, graphics, and text on a wide range of surfaces, including plastic, glass, cardboard, glass, wood, and metal.

Over 75% of U.S. companies use some form of financing when acquiring equipment. This allows them to achieve their ROI through labor/material savings as they pay for equipment with affordable monthly payments.

As the only lender in the country to focus exclusively on packaging equipment, we have decades of experience financing inkjet printer. We also have longstanding relationships with the distributors that inkjet printer are typically sold through, and a deep understanding of the unique nature of the packaging industry.

To get started, use the payment calculator at the right to estimate your monthly payment, then click Apply Now to send us a credit application. You can also give us a call at 888-692-6722.

American Packaging Capital

Your Financing Solution for Packaging Equipment

  • The only finance company in the country exclusively specializing in packaging equipment.
  • Over 25 years in packaging equipment financing.
  • More than $800 million funded.
  • We have worked with over 500 equipment suppliers nationwide.
  • We can accommodate vendor deposits.

Enter Equipment Cost

How does it work?

1

Apply for Credit

You can find our one-page credit application here.

2

Sign Documents

Once you're approved, we'll send you the lease documents for signature.

3

Equipment Ordered

We'll order the equipment from the supplier after we receive the signed lease documents.

Can I still take bonus depreciation if I lease?

Capital leases are fully eligible for both Section 179 benefits and bonus depreciation, since the IRS considers them to be purchases rather than true tax leases. The leasing criteria used by the IRS are different from the ones used by accountants, so a project can be a lease for accounting purposes but a purchase for tax purposes. Learn more at our tax benefits page.


What if the supplier wants deposits?

In the packaging equipment industry, deposits are commonly required by equipment suppliers. However, most banks and generalist leasing companies are not comfortable with paying funds before the equipment is delivered.

What sets American Packaging Capital apart is that we can accommodate the equipment supplier’s deposit terms. Since we are exclusively focused on the packaging equipment industry, we are experienced in handling supplier deposits.


What if there's no room in my capital budget?

Capital budget constraints are the number one challenge our customers face when acquiring packaging equipment. Leasing overcomes these constraints by spreading the cost over time with affordable monthly payments. This preserves capital budget dollars for other projects, which maximizes ROI. The value of packaging equipment is in its utility, not its ownership.


Why use a lender that specializes in packaging equipment?

All lenders have their own unique footprint. Most leasing companies are generalists, which means they actively seek financing opportunities in many different market sectors. As a lender, the importance of understanding the nuances within any given industry cannot be taken lightly. Credit decisions, pricing, lease term limits and long-term asset valuations are critical components in determining which lease structure is right for you. Our 27 years of experience exclusively dedicated to the packaging industry allow us to present products and ideas that maximize your ROI.

You can also call us at (888) 692-6722


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Leibinger JET2neoFoxJet SoloSeries 45Diagraph Linx 5900
Markem Imaje 9029Videojet 1860Domino Ax150i
Leibinger JET2neoSSquid Ink SQ/2Videojet 1550
Diagraph Linx 7900Hitachi UX-B160W/WPMarkem Imaje 9450
Squid Ink Streamline 5Keyence MK-U6000Squid Ink JetStream
Keyence MK-U2000Domino Ax350iFoxJet ProSeries 384e
Weber BestCode 88FoxJet SoloSeries 90Leibinger JET3up
Hitachi UX-D161W/WPDomino D320iFoxJet ProSeries 768e
Hitachi UX-P160WSquid Ink CoPilotVideojet 1220
Citronix ci5650Markem Imaje 9040Diagraph CJ400
Leibinger JET RapidFoxJet Marksman MatrixVideojet 1620
Domino Ax550iDomino D620iLeibinger JET3up MI
Videojet 1520Videojet 1860Leibinger JET2neoD
Hitachi UX-D860WCitronix ci5500Diagraph Linx 8900
Weber BestCode 82Videojet 1660Hitachi UX-D140W
Leibinger Jet Rapid WireSquid Ink CoPilot 500