Lease Financing for Heavy Hauling Semi-trucks & Trailers

People ask, what can be hauled by a semi-truck? The short answer… EVERYTHING. Anything and everything is hauled; if you’ve got it, it has been hauled by a truck.

bt quick click to contact

 

 

What are semi-trucks?5th wheel semi hitch

The term “semi-truck” is short for semi-oscillating turntable hitch. This is compared to a fifth wheel attachment seen on tow trucks, work trucks that haul trailers and other types of trailer attachments. The semi hitch only allows for horizontal rotation. Another type of hitch is a fully-oscillating turntable hitch that allows for full rotation and movement. This hitch is more common for rigs on uneven backroads, such as logger rigs, or tank trailers that require more movement to avoid the hard twisting that could potentially damage the tank.

 

 

Types of Trailers:
• Refer (refrigerator) Trucks
     o Produce & Meat
     o Other Perishables 
Flatbed Trailers
• Step Deck
     o Construction  & wide loads
• Goose Neck
     o Construction & wide loads
     o Off-road vehicles 

Specialized Trailers 
• Livestock 
• Logging trucks 
• Car haulers
• Grains (sugar, wheat, etc.) 
• …etc.

Dry Van or Box Trailers
• Store merchandise
• Dry goods
• …and much more
Open Trailers
• Gravel
• Sand
• Sod
• Woodchips
• …and more

Tank Trailers (Tankers) 
• Oil • Natural Gas 
• Gasoline
• Water 
• Other Fluids
Freight
• Dry van trailers – No hydraulics or Refers
  

 

flatbed trailer with rigTypes of Trucks that Commercial Capital Company Lease Finances’ Includes:
• Kenworth
• Peterbilt
• International
• Western star
• Mack
• Freightliner
• Autocar

Types of Cabovers:
• Autocar
• Mac
• Peterbilt

Commercial Capital Company understands that keeping cash flow KING is essential for the survival of a company and if finances are tied up with large purchases, an unexpected expense has the capability of creating undue financial stress. That’s why Commercial Capital Company, LLC offers Fair Market Value (True Lease) Leases without the large bank mentality. CCCKC looks at each company as an individual and can offer leasing opportunities that fit the company’s financial requirements.

Types of Leasing Options available: rig with trailer
24-60 Month Leases
90 Days Deferred Payment
• Lease to Own
Dollar Buy Out Option
• Seasonal Payment Options
• Winter Skips and Reductions

Some trucking companies use “Own Authority” seasoned contracted drivers. Depending on the setup required for specific hauls, this could affect the price of the rig and/or trailer. CCCKC will work directly with individual contractors and handle the paperwork for speedy approvals, helping contractors acquire needed equipment quickly to get them out on the road.


For more information about leasing Heavy Haul Equipment and Vehicles, please contact:

Richard Hoffman

Sales Executive

Matt Peters

Sales Consultant
  •   Direct:  (913) 387-3207
  •   Mobile:  (816) 379-1624
  •   Fax:  (913) 273-0413
  •  E-mail:  mattpeters@ccckc.com

Mark Boylan

Sales Executive
  •   Direct:  (913) 387-3218
  •   Mobile:  (913) 424-7888
  •   Fax:  (913) 273-1306
  •  E-mail:  markboylan@ccckc.com

Debbie George

Sales Executive
  •   Direct:  (913) 387-5802
  •   Mobile:  (816) 223-9737
  •   Fax:  (913) 273-1172
  •  E-mail:  debbiegeorge@ccckc.com

 

 

apply

  Kansas Areas Served

Basehor
Bonner Springs
DeSoto
Fairway
Kansas City, KS
Lansing
Lawrence
Leavenworth
Leawood
Lenexa

Lenexa
Louisburg
Merriam Mission
Olathe
Ottawa
Overland Park
Paola
Roeland Park
Shawnee
Spring Hill

 

quote

  Missouri Areas Served

Belton
Blue Springs
Buckner
Excelsior Springs
Gladstone
Grain Valley
Grandview
Harrisonville
Independence
Kansas City, MO
Kearney
Lee's Summit

Liberty
Lone Jack
Oak Grove
Odessa
Platte City
Pleasant Hill
Pleasant Valley
Raymore
Raytown
Riverside
Smithville
Sugar Creek

Keep it Local

Commercial Capital Company is YOUR local equipment lease financing expert! We offer agressive rates, fast approvals and can wrap all of your financing into one master lease so you only pay one monthly invoice!

kansas city keep it local campaign