Last Revised: 11/22/19. Posting #: 10249179
Key Words: equipment, equipment supplier, supplier, construction, construction equipment, new york
Financial Info: Asking Price: $3,495,000. Revenue: $10,348,424. SDE: $997,244. EBITDA: $897,244. Accounts Receivable: $2,254,000. Inventory: $2,000,000 (Inventory and AR are not included in the asking price). 18 Employees. Real Estate is Leased. 21,500 sq. ft. Office/Warehouse/Storefront. Lease: $29,378 monthly.
Profile: Long standing distributor of construction equipment and materials with an emphasis on concrete, masonry and civil contractors. Company stocks high quality, major brand-name equipment, most popular throughout all the construction trades. They service the equipment that they supply, which helps them stand out in the industry.
This business has a gold standard reputation in the marketplace. They have grown organically over the years by acquiring new and growing accounts, in addition to expanding the product mix for existing accounts. Exceptional purchasing and sourcing have helped to consistently increase their market penetration. Some exclusive product offerings have helped distinguish their brand. They have a loyal and steady long-term customer base.
This company currently services the New York City, Long Island, Westchester, Putnam County, Southeast Fairfield County and Northeast NJ areas. Their facilities are strategically located with excellent access to the greater NYC area and major highways.
Business has good books and records with verifiable financial statements. The company has great growth potential, with the addition of e-commerce, expanding the sales force and opening new locations. The company can be relocated to allow expansion of warehouse and service area. Training and support provided by owner.
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