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Printing Press Leasing and Financing

Many small businesses have a plan to grow their company in the future. If you are looking for ways to do more printing, getting printing press financing to expand your capabilities can give your business a competitive edge and increase your profits. New equipment can help you attract new clients, get faster turnaround on existing projects, and offer more services to every customer.

Benefits of Printing Press Leasing

Expanding your printing business doesn’t have to mean using your cash reserves or going through the tedious process of qualifying for traditional loans to purchase expensive equipment. Instead, CIT has a printing press finance program that offers competitive low rates and a straightforward application process, including options to get financing with little or no money up front.


Leasing equipment instead of buying offers many advantages, such as the ability to upgrade frequently and keep pace with new and emerging technologies, all while avoiding the hassle that comes with finding creditors to extend you a large line of credit. If you have some equipment that you would like to test out but you’re not sure if it will work for you in the long run, then a short-term lease provides you with a commitment-free “trial period” to determine if it is the right equipment for your printing business.


There are many tax advantages to leasing that are not available when purchasing printing press equipment, since lease payments can be fully deductible as a business expense. You should speak with your accountant about your specific tax situation.  CIT has a wide variety of leasing options available that offer flexibility to meet the specific budget and financial needs of your company.


These precision machines enable you to print documents and specialty items at high speeds with exceptional quality. A fleet of quality printing presses means you can offer specialty printing or a lower cost per page than most traditional office printers provide. As a successful printing business, there is a range of different printers that you might need, including:

  • Traditional and large format inkjet printers
  • Digital printers
  • Screen printers
  • Heat presses
  • Flexographic printers
  • Laser printers
  • Offset printers, often called printing presses or lithography


With several different printing press options to choose from, including full-size, half-size, and quarter-size sheet fed offset printers, you may need several different printing presses to satisfy all your printing orders. It may not be feasible for you to purchase all of the commercial or industrial machinery that you need, which is where printing press financing comes in.

Ready to get started?

The best way to find out if printing press leasing could benefit your printing business is to contact CIT today by calling 866-777-0117. We can discuss your situation and all the financing options available, including custom financing options, to find one that fits your needs.