When your company chooses to lease hardware, you get access to brand new products that you can use as if they were your own during the leasing period. It’s worth adding that the products must be insured in order for it to be possible to lease them.

Leasing for hardware

Leased products such as computers, tablets, mobile phones and some other equipment that are classified as "productivity equipment" have a residual value at the end of the leasing period. These products must be returned after the leasing period and will then either be used by a new user or in production. Another possibility is that your company chooses to pay the balance to keep the product at the end of the leasing period instead.

Your company will be contacted by DLL/AFS at the end of the leasing period so that you can decide on how you want to proceed with the leased products.

Leasing for other products

Other products, such as headphones, smartwatches and more, on the other hand, have no residual value at the end of the leasing period. These products are instead paid for in full during the leasing period and should therefore not be returned when the leasing period ends. They belong to the lessee – that is, the employer – afterwards if there is no other agreement between the employer and the employee.