Last Revised: 9/18/19. Posting #: 254565
Key Words: agriculture, agricultural equipment, equipment rental, manufacturing, fabrication, equipment repair
Financial Info: Price: $24,000,000. Down: Call. Adjusted Net: $2,008,727. Annual Revenues: $8,514,704. The business is strategically located and occupies over 20 acres of prime real estate, also included in the sale. All F.F.& E, inventory, and A/R are included in the sale & have an estimated value in the millions.
Profile: Unique and high quality investment opportunity is now available in the agricultural equipment space. Gross Revenues in 2018 were $8,514,704 with EBITDA of $2,008,727. This well-established agricultural equipment company has been serving the community for over 30 years. Scope of services include manufacturing, fabrication, rental, and repair. In addition, the company has a significant retail component of the business as well. The day to day operations are handled by a stable and long serving management team. The business is strategically located and occupies over 20 acres of prime real estate, also included in the sale. All F.F.& E, inventory, and A/R are included in the sale and have an estimated value in the millions. This is the perfect opportunity for a strategic or financial buyer, private equity group, or high net worth individual looking to acquire a scalable business. Owner is retiring and will stay on post transaction for an appropriate transition period. NDA and proof of funds required for more information.
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