Autec Finance Program

In collaboration with Coast Commercial Credit™, our finance program can help make it easier for you to purchase equipment, construct a new facility, acquire a business or even remodel your existing location. The program provides a range of flexible financing options. Loans can be tailored to the unique needs of your business, with competitive terms and flexible payment plans to help you achieve your business objectives.


How it works

Coast Commercial Credit recognizes that dealing with financial procedures can be overwhelming. Therefore, we strive to simplify the process, aiming to make it as simple as steps 1, 2, and 3.

Select your Equipment
Find your equipment, and Coast will collaborate with your chosen supplier.
Pick your Terms

Coast will customize a financing program to fit your needs and budget. Select a term of 24 to 84 months.

Get your Approval

Once Coast receives a completed application, an approval can be granted in as little as the same day.


Building, buying or remodeling your business was never so easy. Our finance program, offered though Coast Commercial Credit™, has both Conventional and SBA financing options for both new and experienced operators. For more information on the financing options, please fill out the information request form below. A financing specialist will contact you to discuss your project and work with you to structure a funding solution to meet your needs.

This finance program is offered by Coast Commercial Credit™ which is an unaffiliated independent third party. The equipment supplier does not offer direct financing and does not guarantee loans, equipment finance agreements, equipment leases or other obligations. You may seek financing from any source of your choosing. All loan terms and structures are subject to final credit approval. There is no guarantee that you will be approved for financing. Coast Commercial Credit™ does not warrant the suitability of the equipment funded, projects financed or the product/service provider. The applicant(s) acknowledge that all business transactions have risk and that they are solely responsible for independently evaluating the benefits and risk of every business transaction.