Flexible equipment financing solutions available for water, wastewater industry

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SUPERIOR, CO, May 13, 2014 -- Organizations in the water and wastewater industry can now receive flexible financing options from Key Equipment Finance, an affiliate of KeyCorp (NYSE: KEY) and one of the nation's largest bank-held equipment finance companies.

Key Equipment Finance added water and wastewater to the list of markets it serves in order to address problems caused by aging water utility infrastructure throughout the United States.

Accordingly, the company will provide financing solutions for water utilities and public works departments, equipment manufacturers in the water industry, and engineering companies that are focused on water.

Key Equipment FInance will also offer flexible financing for all types of equipment, including water meters, pumps, filtration and treatment, and other water and wastewater products and services.

See also:

"Capitalizing on Cash: Effective Financial Planning Strategies Amid Funding Challenges"

"Breaking Tradition: A Look at Innovative Funding Solutions for Cash-Strapped Utilities"

About Key Equipment Finance

Key Equipment Finance has been in the equipment finance business for 41 years and is one of the largest bank-based equipment finance providers in the U.S. The company provides tailored equipment lease and finance solutions for commercial clients and government entities. Through its manufacturer and vendor alliances unit, equipment finance programs are developed for manufacturers, distributors and resellers. For more information, visit www.kefonline.com.

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