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GE Capital Solutions Launches Dedicated Refuse Sector Team

August 22, 2007

DANBURY, CT – GE Capital Solutions’ Transportation Finance unit has launched a dedicated group to focus entirely on customers in the refuse industry, specifically businesses with $5 million to $100+ million in sales. Led by Peter Hart, national sales manager for the refuse sector at GE Capital Solutions, the group has coverage across the United States, providing a wide range of competitive loans and leases to the refuse industry.

“We want to be known as the premier lender to the refuse sector,” Hart said. “For more than a year, Transportation Finance has been providing financing programs tailored to meet the needs of refuse customers. However, given the importance of this industry, we have now launched a dedicated team of experienced professionals to provide nationwide coverage and develop innovative financing solutions for customers’ waste collection, processing, and disposal equipment.”

GE Capital Solutions will also finance containers and other assets not traditionally financed by lenders to the refuse industry.

More information on GE Capital Solutions, Transportation Finance, and the new refuse team can be found at http://www.ge.com/refuse.

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