This business is located in a great industrial area within its city limits, and was established in 1969. As the business became more established and widely respected in the community it grew at exceptional rates. Keeping up with the growth of the customers and the market, the business kept up in stride and grew to not only match but exceed what was expected. Starting out at a 950 ft. sq. shop, the main building now stands a little more than 7 times that today and accommodates all current needs, but can also satisfy the needs of future growth. On site there is a second building that is used for paint preparation. This is a business that comes outfitted with up-to-date equipment and staffed with hard working, experienced craftsman. Based in a friendly community, your neighbors are your customers and repeatedly return for all farming needs. With even more expansion on the horizon and the fact that agriculture is the only industry with a government guaranteed market; it makes for an ever-present customer base, as this will always be a market needed by the public. While the market is consistent with innovation and change, these highly qualified blacksmiths and artisans create new products as well as improve upon existing ones. This is a business where it is easy to learn the technical aspects and requires few employees, making it an easy business to operate. Reputation and consistent profit alone make this a much desirable business. Located in southeast quarter of Nebraska. Assets are to included an average inventory of approximately $400,000, $225,000 in equipment and vehicles, and $10,000 in fixtures and furnishings. The building and property is valued at $300,000. Ask for portfolio #470.

Posted Jan 22, 2016

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