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  • Manufacturing Business for Sale
  • Everything made in North America
  • 1 Million Yearly Profit Available
  • Priced at $543,000
  • Can be moved anywhere
  • If after looking you don't feel you can make a Million Dollars a year profit before tax; you are not the right buyer. 

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Do you have 1,200 SQ. FT. you could use to generate

A Million Dollars Profit Annually.

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1,200 Square Feet =
This 1,200 ft² space can be anywhere in Canada or the United States.
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All you need is 1,200 square feet and the willpower to turn it into $1,000,000 a year profit before tax.

 

Manufacturing is NOT DONE ON SITE. 

 

Standards
Standards are a key factor for manufacturing business. The ISO has a series of standards - ISO 9000 and ISO 14000 environmental standards make manufacturers compete internationally for business Compliance with other international standards such as Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) is all part of the procedure that must be adhered to in order that a manufacturing business can sell and offer there merchandise for sale worldwide. This makes exporters competitive.

Complying with regulatory requirements is mandatory for manufacturers.
Penalties in Canadian jurisdictions are very strict. Manufacturers to remain current on regulations that will impact the manufacturing sector from health and safety to environmental issues.

Manufacturing sector getting more action at home. Building things locally and enjoying the tax spinoffs is necessary for any industrial base. This means education and college skills taught must meet what employers need.
http://www.manufacturing.gov/welcome.html

Leading news and information resource for those who want to stay abreast of the manufacturing industry.
http://www.manufacturing.net/ 

Green manufacturing using energy from renewable resources. means we will have sustainable growth without compromising our positions on the environment. http://energy.gov/public-services/manufacturing 

Manufacturing workers make top wages making, designing, and servicing top of the line products for consumers. Testing and marketing jobs are also part of the industry. seek out your career.
http://www.iseek.org/careers/manufacturing.html

The real story on manufacturing in Canada and US. How are we really doing. It may be less than the headlines and the self congratulating audience would want you to know. It stinks and our present society does not respect the work that is necessary to bring these industries back. Work would seem to be a dirty word.
http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-05-16/why-u-dot-s-dot-manufacturing-cant-get-off-the-mat 

Are 3D printers going to take over the manufacturing industry. Maybe!
It is certainly the most responsible approach for much and many of the gadgets we have around the home. If the people with the design can make 5 cents each time you print their product on your computer. WOW - Straight from designer to end user and leave everyone else out of the loop. This is efficiency. Perhaps some designs would require a payment of three or five dollars. Still it is how many not how much that counts in this game.
http://theweek.com/article/index/244445/how-3d-printing-could-take-over-the-manufacturing-industry 

Private public partnerships in manufacturing have been the trend over the past 20 years and there have been some breakthroughs. We have some extremely intelligent poeple who have ideas they would like to share.
You can also be part of the distribution.
http://www.sba.gov/content/manufacturing

Some answers to how the manufacturing industry is doing in Canada.
Interesting analysis showing why some businesses should be for sale.
http://business.financialpost.com/2013/05/15/canada-manufacturing-march-2013/ 

The Canadian Manufacturing Coalition is made up of 40 different groups of focus manufacturers moving forward the manufacturing sector in Canada. They represent 110,000 companies and almost 2 million workers across Canada.http://www.manufacturingourfuture.ca/ 

Canada hires more people and more manufacturing jobs become available.
Is this a trend or just a blip. interesting analysis.
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-05-10/canada-adds-12-500-jobs-in-april-as-manufacturers-hire.html 

There are some interesting manufacturing businesses on the market. Worth a look.
http://blog.corporations4sale.com/tag/manufacturing-business-for-sale/ 

Every country in the world has interesting manufacturing businesses for sale. It is interesting to see the pricing in other countries.
Very different than Canada or US
http://www.business4sale.co.uk/Buy/Manufacturing-Businesses-For-Sale-in-the-UK 

There are a lot of questions when you have a business for sale. We believe we can answer your questions in a way that makes sense.
you will see some of our guidelines here.
http://blog.acceleratedbuysell.com/blog/selling-a-manufacturing-business-show-me-the-numbers/ 

More business for sale illustrations. We think we have all the opportunities but that is not true.
http://www.businesssale.co.nz/industry-34/manufacturing-businesses-for-sale/ 

Here we have a good overview of the Canadian Business landscape.
Canadian viewpoint.
http://www.canadianbusiness.com/ 

Manufacturing and Industry news in Canada. Focused view.
http://www.businessreviewcanada.ca/

 

For more information on this business that can be located anywhere in North America, send an email to:
gbcv491916@gmail.com 
You will be required to sign a confidentiality
non-disclosure form before additional
details are provided.

Standards
Standards are a key factor for manufacturing business. The ISO has a series of standards - ISO 9000 and ISO 14000 environmental standards make manufacturers compete internationally for business Compliance with other international standards such as Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) is all part of the procedure that must be adhered to in order that a manufacturing business can sell and offer there merchandise for sale worldwide. This makes exporters competitive.

Complying with regulatory requirements is mandatory for manufacturers.
Penalties in Canadian jurisdictions are very strict. Manufacturers to remain current on regulations that will impact the manufacturing sector from health and safety to environmental issues.

Manufacturing sector getting more action at home. Building things locally and enjoying the tax spinoffs is necessary for any industrial base. This means education and college skills taught must meet what employers need.
http://www.manufacturing.gov/welcome.html

Leading news and information resource for those who want to stay abreast of the manufacturing industry.
http://www.manufacturing.net/ 

Green manufacturing using energy from renewable resources. means we will have sustainable growth without compromising our positions on the environment. http://energy.gov/public-services/manufacturing 

Manufacturing workers make top wages making, designing, and servicing top of the line products for consumers. Testing and marketing jobs are also part of the industry. seek out your career.
http://www.iseek.org/careers/manufacturing.html

The real story on manufacturing in Canada and US. How are we really doing. It may be less than the headlines and the self congratulating audience would want you to know. It stinks and our present society does not respect the work that is necessary to bring these industries back. Work would seem to be a dirty word.
http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-05-16/why-u-dot-s-dot-manufacturing-cant-get-off-the-mat 

Are 3D printers going to take over the manufacturing industry. Maybe!
It is certainly the most responsible approach for much and many of the gadgets we have around the home. If the people with the design can make 5 cents each time you print their product on your computer. WOW - Straight from designer to end user and leave everyone else out of the loop. This is efficiency. Perhaps some designs would require a payment of three or five dollars. Still it is how many not how much that counts in this game.
http://theweek.com/article/index/244445/how-3d-printing-could-take-over-the-manufacturing-industry 

Private public partnerships in manufacturing have been the trend over the past 20 years and there have been some breakthroughs. We have some extremely intelligent poeple who have ideas they would like to share.
You can also be part of the distribution.
http://www.sba.gov/content/manufacturing

Some answers to how the manufacturing industry is doing in Canada.
Interesting analysis showing why some businesses should be for sale.
http://business.financialpost.com/2013/05/15/canada-manufacturing-march-2013/ 

The Canadian Manufacturing Coalition is made up of 40 different groups of focus manufacturers moving forward the manufacturing sector in Canada. They represent 110,000 companies and almost 2 million workers across Canada.http://www.manufacturingourfuture.ca/ 

Canada hires more people and more manufacturing jobs become available.
Is this a trend or just a blip. interesting analysis.
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-05-10/canada-adds-12-500-jobs-in-april-as-manufacturers-hire.html 

There are some interesting manufacturing businesses on the market. Worth a look.
http://blog.corporations4sale.com/tag/manufacturing-business-for-sale/ 

Every country in the world has interesting manufacturing businesses for sale. It is interesting to see the pricing in other countries.
Very different than Canada or US
http://www.business4sale.co.uk/Buy/Manufacturing-Businesses-For-Sale-in-the-UK 

There are a lot of questions when you have a business for sale. We believe we can answer your questions in a way that makes sense.
you will see some of our guidelines here.
http://blog.acceleratedbuysell.com/blog/selling-a-manufacturing-business-show-me-the-numbers/ 

More business for sale illustrations. We think we have all the opportunities but that is not true.
http://www.businesssale.co.nz/industry-34/manufacturing-businesses-for-sale/ 

Here we have a good overview of the Canadian Business landscape.
Canadian viewpoint.
http://www.canadianbusiness.com/ 

Manufacturing and Industry news in Canada. Focused view.
http://www.businessreviewcanada.ca/

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

$83,000 in inventory at cost.

$10,000 in testing equipment.

Over $200,000 in total R&D (included)

 

 Owner was making $150,000 Per year Normalized Net Income for several years.

When the recession finally hit, business in both Canada and US slowed down and he got comfortable with taking holidays and enjoying life. Owner doesn’t need to make a lot of money anymore. He doesn’t want to go to trade shows and put on a big Internet presence and build the business anymore; BUT wants to see the business prosper and grow.

 Therefore he will sell.

 

  • Owner runs the business from 1,200 square foot building on his property. (including office)
  • He has 3 different Vendors in North America (CNC operations and sheet metal company) that make the parts to his specifications. 
    They ship to his address, where he puts the machines together, tests them and sends them out to his clients.
  • The business currently focuses on selling 2 different machines to specialty shops in the car and truck servicing industry. 

The company has also developed  2 different machines they have not yet marketed.

 

  • They have most of the specialty shop chains across Canada. 
  • They have a few regional chains in the US

 

  • Parts are a nice percentage of ongoing sales.  People loose parts and parts wear out when machines are in continuous use. 
    What the owner has done to make things easier is to sell parts wholesale to a parts distributor who has branches across Canada.

 The big expansion is to go after the US market of specialty chains. 

  • Go after the car and truck dealerships
  • Go after the not specialized independent service repair shops.
  • There would seem to be a market outside North America. Some sales have been made but the owner has not addressed this market through trade shows or Internet.  (Some sales have been made from word of mouth)

 

If you take a look at this and you don’t see yourself making a million dollars a year before taxes. You are the wrong buyer. Leave it for someone else.

 

We are advertising this in 1,700 towns and cities across Canada and about 7,500 towns and cities in 15 states.

 If you want to find out more information you will reply to the email address below. You will be asked to sign a confidentiality non disclosure form before more details are given. 

  

gbcv491916@gmail.com 

 

With a new owner who can make the calls and close the sales; this business should be going into fast growth. Some experts say 30 times next year’s expected return on investment or Normalized Net Income is reasonable in a fast growth business.

Take a look then compare to what we are offering. 
http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/ipo-swot/valuationkey-argument-udayanjust-dial-ipo_875078.html

 

 

 

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