152592 / Rightbiz
BASED IN THE SOUTH OF ENGLAND
Turnover of £9m, with an EBITDA of £1.5m. Operates as an authorised treatment facility, managing both ferrous and
non-ferrous metals and end-of-life vehicles. Undertakes a rigorous depollution process, with recyclable parts, including
engines, catalytic converters and panels, removed for resale before vehicles are crushed. Metals are sold on to metal processors and recyclable parts to vehicle repair shops on an international basis, with the company receiving regular repeat business from its long-standing client base. Operates a web-based vehicle acquisition service, which enables it to attract a continuous volume of first-phase end-of-life vehicles. Extensive facilities have the capacity to depollute up to 100 cars every day, with the group currently handling 1,500 tonnes of material each month. Experienced second-tier management team in place to oversee all operations post-sale. Operates from three leasehold premises, all of which are owned by the Shareholders and will be included in the sale on a leasehold basis. The Shareholders are offering the company for sale as part of their retirement plans. Offers invited.
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