TORONTO, Ont. - Paul and Steve Harper, owners of Harper Group, have announced the launch of a new leasing company Harper Leasing, which will offer custom leasing options on commercial vehicles, diesel...
TORONTO, Ont. – Paul and Steve Harper, owners of Harper Group, have announced the launch of a new leasing company Harper Leasing, which will offer custom leasing options on commercial vehicles, diesel engines, industrial equipment, power units and generator sets.
Harper Group is a strategic holding company for a number of businesses – including Harper Power Products – that represent the world’s leading manufacturers of diesel engines, commercial vehicles and automatic transmissions.
“The key driver for our industry continues to be meeting and exceeding our customers’ requirements,” said John Cosgrove, president and COO of Harper Power Products. “We are pleased to offer our customers a full-service leasing option that can meet their transportation and equipment needs and lower their overall operating costs.”
The introduction of Harper Leasing represents another significant diversification initiative by the Harper Group into the Ontario market.
“Launching a leasing company was the next logical step in order for us to offer our customers a comprehensive commercial vehicle and industrial equipment product line-up in the Ontario market at the lowest operating cost,” said Cosgrove.
Harper Leasing will offer access to commercial vehicles in addition to industrial engines, generator sets, power units, mining vehicles and other industrial equipment.
“We represent the best brands in the commercial vehicle and industrial engine markets and we can now provide our customers with additional options when it comes to new vehicle and equipment ownership,” said Paul Harper, co-chairman and CEO of the Harper Group.
The Harper Group has appointed Michael Donnelly as general manager of Harper Leasing. The new leasing company will operate out of the Harper Group’s 10 Diesel Drive location.
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