Description About This Posting: B2B Wine Industry Vendor
SBA financing Pre-Approved by multiple lenders!
$75k down buys you an annual cash flow of $230,000 before bank loans, or $150,000 free and clear. Get your down payment back in as little as 6 months. Grow the business further or pay off the loan more quickly and watch your earnings jump!
This is a great opportunity to own and operate your own specialized and home-based B-2-B firm serving Southern California's wine industry. The company is an essential provider to the wine producing industry yet offers flexibility and freedom not experienced with a 9-5 job.
With a growing economy, rising production forecasts, and limited competition this business is well positioned for continued and strong growth. This is an opportunity best suited for a hands-on owner/partner/spouse operator(s) looking to take control of their own future and job security. The operation is well-established with a great reputation among clientele that 100% absolutely cannot do without its services. Growth potential is high, and no staff are required unless an owner desires to take a role of administrative management. The company is home-based, but will need to be relocated, and will require access to enough space to park a large truck.
Buyer will need to have or obtain requisite Class B truck operator license, or owner may agree to help find a new qualified driver/assistant
Not included in asking price
Furniture, Fixtures, & Equipment (FF&E):
Included in asking price
NA - operation is performed on-site at client locations (Home Based)
The market is competitive, but the business has advantages with its responsive and customized approach, and growing demand for mobile service, saving time and avoiding inefficient use of dedicated on-site capital expenditures. The business is designed for all wineries including small ones. It can provide services in difficult-to-access sites where the only other competitor can't fit. The firm makes use of only 20 amps of 240VAC single phase power which almost every winery uses. The competitor requires 60 amps of 3 phase power with special one type of connector. Each connector is hundreds of dollars that the winery must provide or else pay extra for the competition to use their generator. As owner/operators we are able to adapt to the conditions of the day and be flexible when the winery needs it.
Growth & Expansion:
The business can grow through additional marketing and advertising as well as industry networking. Guadalupe valley in northern Mexico also represents a large growth opportunity. There is a large winery location with no mobile bottling at all. Potential for up to 30,000 cases at one winery that were all done by hand instead of machine. Establishing a second mobile bottling line there could be very lucrative.
Seller may carry small portion per SBA requirements
Support & Training:
4 weeks @ 24 hours / week + phone support for up to 6 months following
Reason for Selling:
Relocation out of state
This business is Home-Based
To get more information about this B2B Wine Industry Vendor business for sale in
Riverside County please phone Greg DiCristina (Broker - BRE License #:01794339) at 951-541-0414 - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
saw this posting/ad #248746 on BizBen.com. In addition to phoning
Greg DiCristina, make sure you email Greg DiCristina above to get more info about this
B2B Wine Industry Vendor, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
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