Profitable manufacturing business


Blenheim

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Profitable manufacturing business


A well-established manufacturing business, supplying the viticulture and horticulture sectors. The sale includes the bespoke machinery, designed, developed and refined by the owner. This has been extremely well maintained and has a range of spare parts and low maintenance costs. The company has an excellent reputation for both the products and service it offers and this has resulted in a loyal customer base.

The business provides an excellent opportunity for an owner-operator or an investor, to purchase a highly profitable manufacturing enterprise. It currently supplies the viticulture sector in the heart of the New Zealand wine industry in Marlborough, but with room to grow the sales and profit both in Marlborough and across New Zealand.

Currently run on a part-time basis, with an average of twenty hours a week, for eight months of the year. As such this business can easily be run alongside a vineyard or other complementary enterprise, especially those servicing the viticulture sector.

It would be a perfect addition to a current manufacturing business with spare space and labour. It would suit someone starting out on their first business or a retiree who wants to still earn full-time money, but on part-time hours.

There is room within the current setup, to significantly increase the output of the business, with the machine currently running a less than 40% of capacity.

The revenue is steady with many long-term customers. With no marketing spend to speak of, no website and the fact that the owner had two other businesses to concentrate on, the opportunity to grow the sales and profitability is substantial.

A business based in an amazing place to live, with a stunning climate and a fabulous lifestyle, no matter your age.

The entire operation can be housed in a three-bay shed.

Vendor assistance will be offered to ensure that the skills are transferred.

A full information memorandum is available from Pete Coldwell, 021 524 990