Tank Container Leasing

Leasing Equipment

New build tank container equipment ex-works or positioned to your place of demand and existing containers from our depots. We offer short and long-term leases of both new and existing tank containers. Lease contracts have the advantage of flexibility, which is often necessary for an ever-changing market environment.

The Lessee will be granted specific redelivery locations and conditions for the returned equipment, i.e., repairs standards and quantities in any given month. We can also offer a full-service lease where pre-agreed repair costs and maximum return flexibility are provided for a particular type of equipment.


The Lease Purchase Option we offer usually fulfils the requirements of the shipping lines, forwarders, terminals, and other companies in the Transport industry for their long-term investment in containers and related equipment.

The Lease/Purchase contracts have the advantages of the operational lease since the expense is fully deductible during the contract term (in most countries). At the same time, the benefit of a bank loan is maintained as the title to the equipment will ultimately be transferred to a company nominated by the Lessee at the end of the term.

We offer Lease Purchase periods of up to 10 years on new tank container equipment and five years for Sale/Lease Back on second-hand tank container equipment.

Terms and conditions are always open for discussion with the Lessee and are subject to individual credit approval.

As opposed to operational leasing, Lease-Purchase offers the Lessee desirable daily rental rates on equipment built to the customer's design and specifications. The rent is based on fixed or variable rental payments, adjusted according to changes in the underlying reference interest rate.

Advanced Finance

The difference between the Lease Purchase Finance we offered and described elsewhere and the Advanced Finance may be slight. Still, creating a more imaginative instrument may be necessary to finance the client's equipment in some instances. It may be required to look at a more sophisticated structure.

This could involve broken amortization, residual value insurance, assignment in receivables, or using existing containers or equipment as collateral for financing new production containers.