Busy Tractor & Equipment Service Centre
Bay of Plenty businesses for sale
$105,000 plus SAV
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About this business for saleBusy Tractor & Equipment Service Centre
Busy workshop specialising in the service and repairs of tractors mainly involved in the horticultural industry and associated vehicles and equipment from these customers.
Sited in very good premises for the last six years and very well set up with equipment including a heavy duty hoist, a good selection of parts and a very strong customer base. This business represents a very good opportunity for a mechanic with xperience in the servicing and repairs of a wide variety of tractors and horticultural equipment especially for the kiwifruit and avocado industries.
A very good rent which is currently running at 2.7% of turnover and there is the opportunity to negotiate a satisfactory lease with the landlord of this very modern and clean premises.
The current staffing is made up of the fulltime working owner, a part time worker doing the accounts and a part time service person. Producing a very solid turnover of over $550,000 inc gst which could be increased further quite easily if the new owner wished.
Situated in a pretty country town which is growing rapidly this business offers some great lifestyle options as it is close to the harbour, beaches and Kaimai ranges while still being only 30 minutes from Tauranga and 2.5 hours from Auckland.
An Information Memorandum on this business is available after completion of a confidentiality form.
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+64 7 579 4994
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*Sellers Discretionary Earnings, also known as EBPITD (Earnings Before Proprietors Compensation, Interest, Tax and Depreciation). This is the estimated total discretionary earnings (profit) for a business, usually based on historical trading.