Vancouver manufacturing business for sale Vancouver manufacturing.
For Sale
Vancouver Manufacturing Business
North America - Locate Anywhere

$510,000

Everything Made in North America
1 Million Dollars Annual Profit Available

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1,200 Square Feet =
This 1,200 ft² space can be anywhere in Canada or the United States.
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All you need is 1,200 square feet and the willpower to turn it into $1,000,000 a year profit before tax.

The owner runs the business from a 1,200 ft² building on his property (including office.) Manufacturing is NOT DONE ON SITE. Only shipping, receiving and final assembly of the product are done on site. The business currently operates in B.C. but could easily be moved anywhere.

  • $370,000 purchase price plus inventory.
  • $140,000 current inventory at cost. (currently double normal because of pending sales)
  • $10,000 in testing equipment.
  • Over $200,000 in total R&D (included)

The company has been producing and selling the product since 1997 and has, over the years, improved it and secured solid customer relationships. In the last 5 years the company had sales of $1,623,000. After taxes the company earned (and the owner paid himself) 36.4% of sales. There are also many other benefits the owner enjoys that are not accounted for in this number. There are no other wages expensed to the company in these years.

Vancouver
Vancouver, BC - British Columbia CANADA. is a coastal seaport city on the mainland of British Columbia, Canada. The 2011 census recorded more than 603,000 people in the city, making it the eighth largest among Canadian cities .Vancouver is one of the most ethnically and linguistically diverse cities in Canada, with 52% for whom English is not their first language.The original settlement, named Gastown, grew around the Hastings Mill logging sawmill and a nearby tavern, both established in 1867. Enlarging to become the townsite of Granville, with the announcement that the railhead would reach the site it was renamed "Vancouver" and incorporated as a city in 1886. As of 2009, Port Metro Vancouver is the busiest and largest port in Canada, and the most diversified port in North America.[7] While forestry remains its largest industry, Vancouver is well known as an urban centre surrounded by nature, making tourism its second-largest industry.Vancouver has ranked highly in worldwide "liveable city" rankings for more than a decade according to business magazine assessments and it was also acknowledged by Economist Intelligence Unit as the first city to rank among the top-ten of the world's most liveable cities for five straight years.  http://vancouver.ca/     Planning on paying us a visit. Tourism Vancouver will treat you to choice you will enjoy. You tell us what kind of fresh outdoor water sport you wnat to see or enjoy. Vancouver has it all. http://www.tourismvancouver.com/     For all the latest news, weather and sports happenings we always turn to the Vancouver Sun. http://www.vancouversun.com/index.html     Don't like the weather now. Check back with us in 15 minutes. Things change quickly in Vancouver. They don't call it a fast city for nothing. http://www.theweathernetwork.com/weather/canada/british-columbia/vancouver     Vancouver Airport was freshly upgraded for the Olympics. Probably one of the nicest airports in the world. http://www.yvr.ca/en/default.aspx     Vancouver is a big arts city. Our local art gallery is a must.  When were you last there? http://www.vanartgallery.bc.ca/     Simon Fraser University. Vancouver's place of higher learning. http://www.vancouver.sfu.ca/     Come to the Vancouver outlook tower for a birds eye view of Vancouver city. http://www.vancouverlookout.com/     Vancouver Board of Trade is where the real business is done in town. This is where you find the business skills. http://www.boardoftrade.com/     Vancouver Opera offers a taste of the fine arts. Dress up and come on out. https://www.vancouveropera.ca/     We want you to get out and get around Vancouver. With Metro Vancouver working with you, Vancouver is very accessable. http://www.metrovancouver.org/Pages/default.aspx Standards are a key factor for manufacturing business. The ISO has a series of standards - ISO 9000 and ISO 14000 environmental standards make manufacturers compete internationally for business Compliance with other international standards such as Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) is all part of the procedure that must be adhered to in order that a manufacturing business can sell and offer there merchandise for sale worldwide. This makes exporters competitive.

Complying with regulatory requirements is mandatory for manufacturers.
Penalties in Canadian jurisdictions are very strict. Manufacturers to remain current on regulations that will impact the manufacturing sector from health and safety to environmental issues.

Manufacturing sector getting more action at home. Building things locally and enjoying the tax spinoffs is necessary for any industrial base. This means education and college skills taught must meet what employers need.
http://www.manufacturing.gov/welcome.html

Leading news and information resource for those who want to stay abreast of the manufacturing industry.
http://www.manufacturing.net/

Green manufacturing using energy from renewable resources. means we will have sustainable growth without compromising our positions on the environment. http://energy.gov/public-services/manufacturing

Manufacturing workers make top wages making, designing, and servicing top of the line products for consumers. Testing and marketing jobs are also part of the industry. seek out your career.
http://www.iseek.org/careers/manufacturing.html

The real story on manufacturing in Canada and US. How are we really doing. It may be less than the headlines and the self congratulating audience would want you to know. It stinks and our present society does not respect the work that is necessary to bring these industries back. Work would seem to be a dirty word.
http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-05-16/why-u-dot-s-dot-manufacturing-cant-get-off-the-mat

Are 3D printers going to take over the manufacturing industry. Maybe!
It is certainly the most responsible approach for much and many of the gadgets we have around the home. If the people with the design can make 5 cents each time you print their product on your computer. WOW - Straight from designer to end user and leave everyone else out of the loop. This is efficiency. Perhaps some designs would require a payment of three or five dollars. Still it is how many not how much that counts in this game.
http://theweek.com/article/index/244445/how-3d-printing-could-take-over-the-manufacturing-industry

Private public partnerships in manufacturing have been the trend over the past 20 years and there have been some breakthroughs. We have some extremely intelligent poeple who have ideas they would like to share.
You can also be part of the distribution.
http://www.sba.gov/content/manufacturing

Some answers to how the manufacturing industry is doing in Canada.
Interesting analysis showing why some businesses should be for sale.
http://business.financialpost.com/2013/05/15/canada-manufacturing-march-2013/

The Canadian Manufacturing Coalition is made up of 40 different groups of focus manufacturers moving forward the manufacturing sector in Canada. They represent 110,000 companies and almost 2 million workers across Canada. http://www.manufacturingourfuture.ca/

Canada hires more people and more manufacturing jobs become available.
Is this a trend or just a blip. interesting analysis.
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-05-10/canada-adds-12-500-jobs-in-april-as-manufacturers-hire.html

There are some interesting manufacturing businesses on the market. Worth a look.
http://blog.corporations4sale.com/tag/manufacturing-business-for-sale/

Every country in the world has interesting manufacturing businesses for sale. It is interesting to see the pricing in other countries.
Very different than Canada or US
http://www.business4sale.co.uk/Buy/Manufacturing-Businesses-For-Sale-in-the-UK

There are a lot of questions when you have a business for sale. We believe we can answer your questions in a way that makes sense.
you will see some of our guidelines here.
http://blog.acceleratedbuysell.com/blog/selling-a-manufacturing-business-show-me-the-numbers/

More business for sale illustrations. We think we have all the opportunities but that is not true.
http://www.businesssale.co.nz/industry-34/manufacturing-businesses-for-sale/

Here we have a good overview of the Canadian Business landscape.
Canadian viewpoint.
http://www.canadianbusiness.com/

Manufacturing and Industry news in Canada. Focused view.
http://www.businessreviewcanada.ca/

The company has had higher sales volumes previous to the last 5 years but this required staff to come into the seller's home to assist with assembly of the product. With secure customers and distribution in place, the owner no longer pursued new business and preferred a slower pace that did not involve staff coming to his home. The company does not advertise or participate in any of the many avenues available to increase business. The owner no longer needs to make a lot of money and would like to retire and spend more time traveling and working on other projects..

There is a substantial amount of money that can be earned just by maintaining the existing customer base; however, this is not a business that can be operated from a desk. Although not difficult, there is a lot of time involved in assembling the product. An interested party must have (or work with a person who has) a strong mechanical aptitude and a good work ethic. The business allows for a reasonable flexibility on when work must be done but it is a hands on type of business. There is some desk work in ordering, invoicing, shipping documents and generally keeping the books of a small business. Currently the owner does all of the assembly, shipping etc. and most of the bookwork with occasional help from his wife. It is a lot of work for one person but would be easy for two people. All processes are in place, accounting systems, invoicing, inventory control, ordering etc..

A possible fit might be a family that could work together. The business in its existing form could easily provide a nice living for all involved and with not much effort be grown to whatever level the owners feel comfortable with.

The purchase price of $370,000 allows a purchaser to pay themselves $45,000 per year and pay off the business in 5 years without any increase in sales, simply maintaining existing customers. The current owner is not interested in carrying any of purchase price or inventory value as a loan for the simple reason that he will have no control over how the business is run after the sale. The purchaser will need access to funds for the full value of the business and inventory ($370,000 + $140,000 =$510,000) and should not rely on a lien on this company’s assets for financing.

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This business opportunity is being advertising in 1,700 towns and cities across Canada
and about 7,500 towns and cities in 15 US states.
If you would like to have more information
please send an email to:

gbcv491916@gmail.com
You will be required to sign a confidentiality non-disclosure form
before additional details are provided.

Vancouver
Vancouver, BC - British Columbia CANADA. is a coastal seaport city on the mainland of British Columbia, Canada. The 2011 census recorded more than 603,000 people in the city, making it the eighth largest among Canadian cities .Vancouver is one of the most ethnically and linguistically diverse cities in Canada, with 52% for whom English is not their first language.The original settlement, named Gastown, grew around the Hastings Mill logging sawmill and a nearby tavern, both established in 1867. Enlarging to become the townsite of Granville, with the announcement that the railhead would reach the site it was renamed "Vancouver" and incorporated as a city in 1886. As of 2009, Port Metro Vancouver is the busiest and largest port in Canada, and the most diversified port in North America.[7] While forestry remains its largest industry, Vancouver is well known as an urban centre surrounded by nature, making tourism its second-largest industry.Vancouver has ranked highly in worldwide "liveable city" rankings for more than a decade according to business magazine assessments and it was also acknowledged by Economist Intelligence Unit as the first city to rank among the top-ten of the world's most liveable cities for five straight years.  http://vancouver.ca/     Planning on paying us a visit. Tourism Vancouver will treat you to choice you will enjoy. You tell us what kind of fresh outdoor water sport you wnat to see or enjoy. Vancouver has it all. http://www.tourismvancouver.com/     For all the latest news, weather and sports happenings we always turn to the Vancouver Sun. http://www.vancouversun.com/index.html     Don't like the weather now. Check back with us in 15 minutes. Things change quickly in Vancouver. They don't call it a fast city for nothing. http://www.theweathernetwork.com/weather/canada/british-columbia/vancouver     Vancouver Airport was freshly upgraded for the Olympics. Probably one of the nicest airports in the world. http://www.yvr.ca/en/default.aspx     Vancouver is a big arts city. Our local art gallery is a must.  When were you last there? http://www.vanartgallery.bc.ca/     Simon Fraser University. Vancouver's place of higher learning. http://www.vancouver.sfu.ca/     Come to the Vancouver outlook tower for a birds eye view of Vancouver city. http://www.vancouverlookout.com/     Vancouver Board of Trade is where the real business is done in town. This is where you find the business skills. http://www.boardoftrade.com/     Vancouver Opera offers a taste of the fine arts. Dress up and come on out. https://www.vancouveropera.ca/     We want you to get out and get around Vancouver. With Metro Vancouver working with you, Vancouver is very accessable. http://www.metrovancouver.org/Pages/default.aspx Standards are a key factor for manufacturing business. The ISO has a series of standards - ISO 9000 and ISO 14000 environmental standards make manufacturers compete internationally for business Compliance with other international standards such as Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) is all part of the procedure that must be adhered to in order that a manufacturing business can sell and offer there merchandise for sale worldwide. This makes exporters competitive.

Complying with regulatory requirements is mandatory for manufacturers.
Penalties in Canadian jurisdictions are very strict. Manufacturers to remain current on regulations that will impact the manufacturing sector from health and safety to environmental issues.

Manufacturing sector getting more action at home. Building things locally and enjoying the tax spinoffs is necessary for any industrial base. This means education and college skills taught must meet what employers need.
http://www.manufacturing.gov/welcome.html

Leading news and information resource for those who want to stay abreast of the manufacturing industry.
http://www.manufacturing.net/

Green manufacturing using energy from renewable resources. means we will have sustainable growth without compromising our positions on the environment. http://energy.gov/public-services/manufacturing

Manufacturing workers make top wages making, designing, and servicing top of the line products for consumers. Testing and marketing jobs are also part of the industry. seek out your career.
http://www.iseek.org/careers/manufacturing.html

The real story on manufacturing in Canada and US. How are we really doing. It may be less than the headlines and the self congratulating audience would want you to know. It stinks and our present society does not respect the work that is necessary to bring these industries back. Work would seem to be a dirty word.
http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-05-16/why-u-dot-s-dot-manufacturing-cant-get-off-the-mat

Are 3D printers going to take over the manufacturing industry. Maybe!
It is certainly the most responsible approach for much and many of the gadgets we have around the home. If the people with the design can make 5 cents each time you print their product on your computer. WOW - Straight from designer to end user and leave everyone else out of the loop. This is efficiency. Perhaps some designs would require a payment of three or five dollars. Still it is how many not how much that counts in this game.
http://theweek.com/article/index/244445/how-3d-printing-could-take-over-the-manufacturing-industry

Private public partnerships in manufacturing have been the trend over the past 20 years and there have been some breakthroughs. We have some extremely intelligent poeple who have ideas they would like to share.
You can also be part of the distribution.
http://www.sba.gov/content/manufacturing

Some answers to how the manufacturing industry is doing in Canada.
Interesting analysis showing why some businesses should be for sale.
http://business.financialpost.com/2013/05/15/canada-manufacturing-march-2013/

The Canadian Manufacturing Coalition is made up of 40 different groups of focus manufacturers moving forward the manufacturing sector in Canada. They represent 110,000 companies and almost 2 million workers across Canada. http://www.manufacturingourfuture.ca/

Canada hires more people and more manufacturing jobs become available.
Is this a trend or just a blip. interesting analysis.
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-05-10/canada-adds-12-500-jobs-in-april-as-manufacturers-hire.html

There are some interesting manufacturing businesses on the market. Worth a look.
http://blog.corporations4sale.com/tag/manufacturing-business-for-sale/

Every country in the world has interesting manufacturing businesses for sale. It is interesting to see the pricing in other countries.
Very different than Canada or US
http://www.business4sale.co.uk/Buy/Manufacturing-Businesses-For-Sale-in-the-UK

There are a lot of questions when you have a business for sale. We believe we can answer your questions in a way that makes sense.
you will see some of our guidelines here.
http://blog.acceleratedbuysell.com/blog/selling-a-manufacturing-business-show-me-the-numbers/

More business for sale illustrations. We think we have all the opportunities but that is not true.
http://www.businesssale.co.nz/industry-34/manufacturing-businesses-for-sale/

Here we have a good overview of the Canadian Business landscape.
Canadian viewpoint.
http://www.canadianbusiness.com/

Manufacturing and Industry news in Canada. Focused view.
http://www.businessreviewcanada.ca/



Cool Curling Ltd. Manufacturing Business Opportunity

Excellent Business Opportunity!
Cool Curling
Cool Curling - www.coolcurling.com
Competitively Priced at
$825,000
plus inventory at cost.
Business has grown too big for seller to handle on his own. He would still like to retain some ownership but Cool Curling Ltd. needs to be run buy people who can take it to the next level.

More aggressive marketing, including advertising on the "surface" needs to be pursued.

The rocks will curl. You can adjust the ice surface for amount of curl.
This is curling with a lot more fun and skill than shuffleboard.

In 2007, my wife and I were looking for a 2 feet by 10 feet shuffleboard table for our new recreation room. While attending the World Curling Championships, our son in law saw the game being demonstrated. I was so impressed with the quality of the game and the fun that Randy Ferbey and his curling team, were having playing it, we purchased one of the demonstration tables, and took it home for our recreation room. Our pool table and Texas Holdem games are mainly used by the men in the family, but what i noticed , and experienced, right away was, that the curling game attracted and interested almost everyone instantly, including even my six year old granddaughter. The same applied for most men and also ladies in the family, even if they had never curled before...



BUY TODAY - START MAKING PROFIT TODAY.
ORDERS COME IN CONTINUALLY.

2014-15 EVENT SCHEDULE:
Canada Cup Camrose December 3 - 7, 2014
Continental Cup of Curling Calgary January 8 - 11, 2015
Scotties Moose Jaw February 14 - 22, 2015
Brier Calgary February 28 - March 8, 2015
Men’s Worlds TBA March 28 - April 5, 2015

See more information including history, news clips
and LOTS of photos at www.coolcurling.com.


The 8' Original (10' Original also available)

The game that started it all. Cool Curling’s Original model – just 2' shorter. Plays just like the Original but fits into those smaller rooms and lounges.

Dimensions: 24″W x 8′L x 36″H

Includes:
- Gold & Silver rock set
- Scoreboard
- Cool Curling Wax (1 bottle)
- Cool Curling Pebble (1 can)
- Ice surface update

Suggested Retail: $1,899.00
The Premier:

Cool Curling’s elegant hand-crafted solid oak table frame and leg set design. A beautiful addition to any games room or clubhouse.

Dimensions: 24″W x 10′L x 36″H

Includes:
- Gold & Silver rock set
- Scoreboard
- Cool Curling Wax (1 bottle)
- Cool Curling Pebble (1 can)

Suggested Retail: $3,200.00
The Limited Edition:

Dimensions: 24″W x 10′L x 36″H

Includes:
Bose™ Wave©
- Muskoka by Fireplace King ™
- Vissani™ wine cooler
- Gold & Silver rock set
- Blue & Red rock set
- Scoreboard
- Cool Curling Wax (1 bottle)
- Cool Curling Pebble (1 can)

Suggested Retail: $5,795.00
The Classic Black
Looks great in any rec. room or clubhouse.

Dimensions: 24″W x 8′L x 36″H

Includes:
- Muskoka by Fireplace King ™
- Gold & Silver rock set
- Scoreboard
- Cool Curling Wax (1 bottle)
- Cool Curling Pebble (1 can)

Suggested Retail: $4,799.00
www.coolcurling.com
SALE INCLUDES:
  • Satisfied buyer list with contact information from past 10 years.
  • Full operations manual with instructions for every step of the operation; from ordering the components, assembly, order taking and shipping. This will insure smooth takeover.

PRODUCTION/PAYMENT:

  • All processes can be done in 1,200ft² from anywhere in Canada or the US.
  • Almost all payments are by credit card.
  • Everything ships by Purolator after payment.
  • All shipments are insured.
  • A new owner could fill orders from assembled components and make profit from day one of takeover.
For more information please contact:
Ron Tibble
(204) 773-0584

 ron@coolcurling.com


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