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Engineering businesses to buy wanted

Engineering Businesses to buy wanted

  • Revenue: 30m$ - 100m$ , for bolt-on 10m$ - 30m$
  • Ebitda: at least 8%
  • Location: Europe
  • Reason: several strategic objectives

Overview of companies to buy

Our client is mainly active in technical and engineering products. Segments served can be found in  Food Service Equipment, Engineering Technologies, Engraving, Electronics and Hydraulics. Clients of the company include mainly famous brands and market leaders. Companies to buy wanted should fit with the segments.

The company to buy should not be a “turn around” business opportunity. The business must offer competitive advantages. The acquisition target should have a market position and show growth. The personnel has to be competent and knowledgeable.

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Activities businesses wanted

Manufacturers of cooling products for health service. Manufacturers of High Reliability and Critical Electronic Components. Manufacturers of Electronic Sensors. High Quality Forming and Fabricating Businesses are sought. This is only a short impression of activities and manufacturers wanted. The acquisition target should be in line with the strategic objectives. If there is any doubt about a fit feel free to contact us.

Strategic objectives technical and engineering business

"Growth through Targeted Acquisitions" means owning and operating a diverse group of relatively autonomous companies.  Client wants to intensify efforts to acquire companies that are both financially strong and synergistic with existing businesses.

Some of the factors to be considered are:

  • Market penetration
  • Product line expansion
  • Cost savings
  • Technology enhancements
  • Supply chain enhancements
  • Geographic presence

Opportunity for the business buyer

If your company matches with the criteria above, there might be a match for our client. Feel free to contact us and get in dialogue with the acquirer.