Drexel Metals Machine Lease Program

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Drexel Metals LLC is pleased to announce a program to lease its standing-seam, portable roll forming machines. Drexel Metals secured a dedicated funding source with Univest Capital, Inc. for the lease-to-own program.

Drexel Metals LLC is pleased to announce a program to lease its standing-seam, portable roll forming machines. Drexel Metals LLC secured a dedicated funding source with Univest Capital, Inc. Univest Capital, Inc. has strong liquidity and has a well-earned reputation of fast response to its simple lease applications.

"In this economy we felt that it was vitally important to help our customers manage their cash flow, dramatically improve their margins and help grow their business. By adding a leasing option to our Drexel Metals Association of Regional Manufacturers program, we offer roofing contractors and distributors a financially compelling opportunity to succeed even in this tough economy", says Rob Waite, Drexel Metals CEO.

Drexel Metals LLC will be offering three lease-to-own options: 1) No advance payments; 2) 90-day deferred payment and 3) two advance payments plan. The lease terms are based on 24, 36 and 60 months. With these leasing options, roofing contractors and building material distributors can easily join Drexel Metals Association of Regional Manufacturers (DMARM). DMARM members are able to offer their customers everything that the large fixed-in-place manufacturers do, including industry leading engineering and warranties, all for significantly lower cost… and all backed by Drexel Metals LLC. By eliminating the middle-man, the large fixed-in-place manufacturer, DMARM members are enjoying superior profitability even in this economy.

DMARM members also are able to receive Miami-Dade approvals that include three photovoltaic solar film roofing systems.

For those that already own a portable roll former, they can lease-to-own roller sets for Drexel Metals profiles, and cost effectively expand their product offering.
With bank credit still tight, this lease program developed by Drexel Metals LLC can help interested roofing contractors or building materials distributors with reasonable credit, secure this low cost lease in less than 24 hours.

Hugh Connelly, President of Univest Capital, Inc. added, "Through our parent company, Univest National Bank and Trust Co., we have enjoyed a 20-year relationship with Drexel Metals. We appreciate the opportunity to work with Drexel Metals to help its customers improve their financial performance."

For more information on DMARM or the leasing program, contact Pat Hennessey, Vice President, at (888) 321-9630 ext 128.

About Drexel Metals LLC
Drexel Metals is a provider of fully engineered on-demand standing seam metal roofing systems that are supplied through its network of regional manufacturers known as the DMARM (Drexel Metals Association of Regional Manufacturers). Drexel's metal roofing has an industry leading 7 Miami-Dade approved roofing systems. In addition to metal roofing, Drexel Metals also supplies highly efficient photovoltaic solar roof systems. Drexel Metals' solar products are engineered to work with Drexel Metals' roof systems, flat roof applications or in commercial and residential retrofit applications.

To learn more about Drexel Metals LLC, visit http://www.drexmet.com.

About Univest Capital, Inc.
Univest Capital, Inc. is a small ticket commercial finance business serving clients in all 50 states. Univest Capital, Inc. is a subsidiary of Univest National Bank and Trust Co., a well-capitalized financial institution serving our local communities for more than 130 years. Having a diversified financial organization as Univest Capital's parent company gives our business customers access to the capital they need, while also giving us the financial capacity and competitive funding required to meet municipal tax-exempt needs. For more information about Univest Capital, please visit http://www.univestcapital.com

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