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AUSTRALIAN AUTOMATION BUSINESS FOR SALE

26-06-2018
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A long-established Australian automation company will shortly be available for purchase. The company is a well-known brand in the automation market, and has a well-established Australia-wide customer list that includes the majority of the nation’s large manufacturing and mining companies.

The company is the sole Australian distributor for a number of international manufacturers, and has developed and sold its own instrumentation systems to laboratories worldwide. This family owned business has been operating as a leader in its field for more than 50 years and continues to expand annually. Annual turnover is in the region of $1 million.

The prospective purchaser would need to have some expertise in electrical engineering as well as having access to a light assembly facility.

The company would be a good acquisition for an overseas company wanting to gain a foothold in the Australian industrial control industry or for an existing Australian company looking to expand its range of products. It would also suit an electronics engineer with the desire to make the switch from being an employee to becoming a business owner.

In the first instance, interested parties should contact Scott Filby, Publisher of Industry Update, by email scott@industryupdate.com.au.

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