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 I had a great response from potential buyers which resulted in 3 offers for my business. 

Peter Webber (March 2014)
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Leasehold Price: Offers Invited
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Business Description
Design, manufacture and installation of electrical control systems for heavy industrial machinery and equipment, supplying a range of blue chip clients from the petro-chemicals, engineering and oil and gas sectors, internationally.

· Global coverage, providing products and installation services to
projects in more than 40 different countries.
· Around half of all products manufactured by the Company are
designed for operational use overseas.
· Clientele and contacts from within a number of lucrative sectors,
notably Rolls Royce, Siemens, Shell, BAE Systems and the Royal
Saudi Air Force.
· End-to-end process management from design through to build and
commissioning of PLC systems.
· Wealth of experience and knowledge amongst long standing and wellaccredited
workforce.
· Portfolio of high-profile projects undertaken within hazardous areas.
· Manufacturer of both bespoke and 'off-the-shelf' products.

Location: West Midlands, England, UK
2015 Forecast Sales £1,1m/ Adj. EBITDA £229
Tenure: Leasehold

Listed by: Merger Deals
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