One Of A Kind Equipment For Bridges

Listing ID: 700347174

Listing Title: One Of A Kind Equipment For Bridges

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Industry: Business Services

Industry Segment: Equipment Rental and Leasing

Country: United States

State / Province: New York



Asking Price Range: $1.0M - $2.5M

Gross Revenues: $45,000,000

Cash Flow: $800,000

Cash Flow Type: Sellers Discretionary Cash

Year Established: 1986

Number of Employees: 4 - 5

Business Description:
Business Description: UNIQUE ''RECESSION-PROOF'' BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY WITH SIGNIFICANT POTENTIAL with OVER 60,000 BRIDGES IN DISREPAIR. WE HAVE THE CURE! WE NEED ANOTHER PARTNER TO BE ABLE TO HANDLE THE GROWTH! WE PROVIDE ONE OF A KIND EQUIPMENT FOR AN INDUSTRY THAT IS PURELY RECESSION PROOF. Inspection of bridges in the United States is a FEDERALLY MANDATED PROGRAM, that IS NOT dependent on / driven by the economy NOR does it require the passage of an Infrastructure Bill! Since Federal law mandates that each of these bridges receive an inspection at least once every two years (Biennially) or annually if they exceed certain deficiency criteria. The bridges in the United States WILL be inspected regardless of economic conditions. We are starting an equipment rental service company specializing in underbridge aerial machinery and looking for a Partner. SWARM ( Safety With Aerial Reach Materials) Rentals LLC. We will utilize the latest equipment to assist the engineers & contractors in analyzing / repairing our nations bridges. WE UTILIZE THE LATEST EQUIPMENT TO ANALYZE OUR BRIDGES FOR REPAIR. NO ONE HAS THE COMBINED EXPERIENCE AND REPUTATION OF OUR TEAM The Competition: There are currently less than ten rental companies that offer this type of equipment and most are located in the Northeast and New England areas. The largest competitor has twenty working units ranging in various sizes and the smallest competitor has two working units. The remaining competitors have between three and five units each. Listed Price: $ 1,500,000 Phone: 212-661-4160

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