Selling my beloved Food Truck business.
Vintage VW Lt31 (1986) Westfalia converted to a food truck (full stainless steel, oven, grill, an extraction unit, two sinks with tap and running water - brand new pump fitted).
A car with MOT till NOV - great runner, fully refurbished engine, great condition.
The reason for listing is to move out of the UK (cannot take my truck with me)
Business is listed with:
- vintage van (VW LT31 '86) great condition, great runner (fully refurbished engine), fully equipped (oven and grill, an extraction unit and tap with two sinks - brand new pump fitted),
- all social media accounts
- contacts to the organisers
- lined up events later this year,
- all recipes (British Street Food Awards finalist 2018)
What is the reason for selling the business? I am moving out of the UK, unfortunately, cannot take my truck with me.
Do you have special permissions to trade in certain locations? (Town Centres / Council Permissions etc), Yes you do. All major permits in place. I am more than happy to put the new owner in touch with my current event organisers.
During what hours and days do the business usually trade on? Some food trucks use social media to let their followers know where they are going to be for example. Do you have regular spots? Most of the time we are talking about lunch in busy spots in central London or weekend food markets or events and festivals.
Is the turnover consistent over the past few years? Has the business been growing or sitting still etc? Business is successfully running from the beginning of 2018 and its growing steady. More and more enquiries are coming from event organisers and private companies. I am selling it with few events lined up already (like The Independent Ski and Snowboard Show in Battersea Power Station or BBC1 New Years Parade)
What type of competitors does the business have? Street Food is a booming business now and the competition is there but none of them got this product. This is a brand new product on the market (not another Burger or Pizza Van)
How does the business gain new custom (word of mouth/advertising etc). Word of mouth, thru your applications on events which you get from NCASS or Food Hawkers (where I am a member).
How can the business be grown and developed? What would you do if you were to stay in the business, where would you invest? Finding busy spots - being regular there. Upgrading to another van or focusing more on private and corporate events.
If you are prepared to stay on for a transition of a few weeks or months – mention this in your advert. Yes, I am more than happy to assist for two weeks.
Please, contact me directly.
- Company for Sale
- Attractive Business
- Established Business
- Small Business
- Offers Invited
- Unique Business
- Fully Fitted