Last Revised: 12/9/19. Posting #: 10249101
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Financial Info: Asking Price: $490,000. Gross Sales: $818,728. Seller's Discretionary Earnings: $140,929.
Equipment Value: $428,450 (Included in asking price.) Seller will consider all offers. This business has been successful with no sales program or advertising, presenting an easy growth opportunity.
Profile: A successful and stable machine shop located in Central Connecticut has been listed for sale by Richman Business Brokers. The business started 40 years ago and has an excellent reputation for quality work. As a general machine shop, the business makes custom machining components based on specifics from a customer’s drawing. Operating from a 3,000 square foot facility, located in a busy commercial district of New Haven County, the business sale includes $428,450 of equipment in excellent condition. There are 5 full-time and 2 part-time employees, all experienced machine operators who have been with the company long-term. This business has been successful with no sales program or advertising, presenting an easy growth opportunity for a new owner with sales skills. Currently, the business is family-owned, and the owners are retiring. This is an ideal opportunity for an entrepreneur looking for a turn-key, profitable business to run and grow or a current machine shop to diversify their business portfolio.
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