Commercial Pumping & Pumping Equipment Specialists N8/122Sales | Service | Maintenance
Successful and profitable business with a consistently growing turnover.
This multi faceted business has been servicing the commercial, mining and domestic markets within Western Australia since 2005. Throughout times of poor economic climate this highly regarded businesses diversification into a variety of market sectors has kept the turnover strong, allowing continued growth. They currently have two new Government contracts in place (3yrs & 4yrs) worth approximately $250 - $300,000 a year.
The business is owned and run by two families. Over the years it has enabled both families to enjoy a great lifestyle, both financially and socially. The business currently has 5 full time staff members and 2 casuals, as required. Office and maintenance in the workshop is managed by 2 staff with the on-site work managed by 2 staff in fully equipped vehicles. The 5th employee is an apprentice who goes between the workshop and on-site work where required.
The current owners are both licensed electricians / pump repairers who are prepared to stay so the business can be run under management if required, however, if preferred these skills can be engaged through employment of qualified staff. There are also many areas of the business where a trade is not required, which would enable it to run without the trade background, as many others in the area do.
Features Of The Business
• Wide customer base
• Excellent reputation
• Multi faceted
• Recession proof
• State Agency for related products
• Commercial contracts in place
• Support from suppliers
• Flexible staff
• NECA affiliated for support
• ASSA - OH&S accredited.
The business has a professional website which is updated every month which is used to specifically target the mining and commercial industry sectors. Through the website the business has gained several new clients. The best source of new business However, is generally through referrals from current clientele, due to the businesses reputation in the industry. The website could be extended further or there is potential to incorporate other media – eg radio advertising.
From 2018 billions of dollars have been invested into the mining sector in preparation for the next predicted boom. Much of this will be coming from the new mines being developed by BHP, Rio Tinto and Fortescue mining lithium and it is forecast that not only will it be mined in Western Australia, it will also be manufactured in Western Australia. This will provide massive growth to the State as it did in the 2005-2012 boom.
Growth Opportunities Within the Market
Other potential growth areas for the business include:
- Opening a branch in the North West, due to a large number of requests for work in these areas, as we have been advertising to test the waters and found a huge demand
- Branching out further into the lake management / wastewater sector – including developing our own aeration products – we are currently an Aquamaster USA State distributor
- Extending the electrical side of the business within the Government tendering process
- Purchasing our own drill rig & mini excavator
- Working with the Department of Housing to supply water to remote locations
- Targeting other States as we currently only supply and work within WA
- Move into online sales
- Source specialised products from overseas
About The Region
Western Australia’s Peel Region encompasses the five local government areas of Boddington, Murray, Serpentine-Jarrahdale, Waroona shires and the City of Mandurah. Located 75km south of Perth, it is Western Australia’s smallest region geographically, however Mandurah is the second fastest growing regional city in Australia.
People are attracted to a region by the natural and built environment it offers. The natural environment is a strong drawcard for the Peel as it gives this region its distinctive, attractive character. It is also a critical component of the regional economy
At one of the biggest business parks to be developed in the Peel Region Stage One has begun.
The following link shows the expected growth it will bring to the area –