Description About This Posting: Niche Equipment Repair Service
This business fills a unique niche, repairing medium to large sized recycling machinery. They maintain and repair balers, conveyors, compactors, shredders, auto-tie machines, and other equipment used to process recyclable materials in the Northern, Central California and Western Nevada area. This is a unique space with little competition and steady demand.
Owners of recycling equipment will call this crew because they know how to do it all. They have a very broad set of skills; electrical, mechanical and hydraulics.
No lease, as the business can be run from a home office and all required equipment is on the trucks.
Skills that would help the buyer: Mechanical, general business skills, knowledge of recycling equipment and the recycling business.
The owner needs to retire after a long career, and will provide training as required to new owner.
Facilities / Lease: None! Home office and two trucks.
Support / Training: Current owner will train buyer for 4 weeks or as needed.
Reason for selling: Owner really wants to retire!
There are other competitors out there, but none of them offer the depth of services of this company. Very personal touch and high quality work. The market is unique, and narrow, but recycling is big business. Consider the big recycling companies and their needs, all the way down to the Safeway or Costco that has to handle cardboard and recyclables. This company services them all.
Growth and expansion:
Another Tech needs to be hired and trained. The existing tech intends to stay for the long term, and would train the new tech. Also, other types of equipment repair could be explored, considering the skills and equipment that can be brought to bear by this company.
To get more information about this Niche Equipment Repair Service business for sale in
San Francisco Bay Area please phone Rob Hartman (Intermediary, Broker - BRE License #:02015203) at 650-279-3097 - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
saw this posting/ad #251089 on BizBen.com. In addition to phoning
Rob Hartman, make sure you email Rob Hartman above to get more info about this
Niche Equipment Repair Service, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
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