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Trucking company - grossing over 1.5 Million
Very Profitable Trucking Business - No other Business Compares to this
DO YOU DREAM OF OWNING YOUR OWN BUSINESS, MAKING MONEY WHILE YOU SLEEP.
We currently own 5 Power units earning about 120K per month, our profit is about 50K per month with bank statements to back it up. There currently is not enough trucks to move all of the freight we have. Unfortunately one of the partners has gotten sick so we must sell. There is just so much money in this this business were the demand is greater then the supply.
We currently run 5 trucks, all Flatbeds, we have 2012 Kenworths T 700's, and a 2013 Peterbilt 579, all with low miles and attached satellite tracking and navigation. In 2 of our trucks we run teams meaning 2 drivers in a truck each working 12 hours a day and our trucks are always moving, about 20 - 22 hours a day. Our teams are averaging about 1000 - 1100 miles a day and we do not run loads under 1.70 per mile, so our teams are always doing next day drops with us earning around $1,700 - $1,900 per drop or per day.
Our teams run Monday through Friday with them coming home on the weekends and on Fridays we get them a small load to drop on Monday near there homes. So our 2 trucks with teams are pulling in an average of $14,500 a week. Our other 3 trucks are ran by solo drivers, they average about 650 miles a day doing next day drops and each load they drop on a daily basis pays us $1000- 1,200 Per drop per day and its the same with our solo drivers were they go home for the weekend and we get them a short haul on Friday to drop on Monday near their home. Our 3 Solo trucks are averaging about $14,700 per week. So all 5 trucks together pull in an average of $29,000 - $30,000 per week divided by 5 trucks come out to about $5.800 - $6,000 per truck.
Thew biggest overhead in the business is the drivers pay and the cost for fuel, Both of the expenses come out to be on the average about $16,000 per week then we put away $3,000 a week for extra cost such as maintenance, insurance and taxes, etc. We are profiting on the average of $11,000 - $12,000 per week.
This is just one of the aspects of the business and it is a very profitable business and I would not sell it but my partner who is sick insist on selling it before it is to late for him and wants to enjoy what he has left, so I must honor his wishes. We have everything in place for you and we will stay on for 2 months to train you so you can just enjoy working from home or anywhere you choose and make a lot of money. We can finance $250K at 3.5%, Must have $600K to put as deposit.
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This is the best business because we never have a shortage of freight to be moved across the USA and we are always having more freight added from our shippers. Trucking is larger in annual revenue than any U.S. manufacturing industry (keep in mind, trucking is 275.5 BILLION dollars).
A Few U.S. Trucking Industry Statistics:
The trucking industry has not been one to toot its own horn (pun intended), but it’s become one of the largest and most critical industries in the U.S.A. It touches everyone’s daily life and, in my humble opinion, we should know just how big it is.
The scope of the trucking industry in the U.S. is hard to fathom. In a previous post, Life in America without trucking, we shared a few statistics. For example, trucking moves nearly 70% of all freight tonnage in this country, but when you look closer at the overall impact of trucking in the U.S. — the numbers are staggering.
*275.5 billion in annual revenue
*280,000 trailers are sold per year
*53.9 billion gallons of fuel are consumed yearly
*671 billion in merchandise is shipped yearly
*21.4 billion dollars in road usage and taxes are paid every year
*432.9 billion miles are driven on U.S. highways, 139.3 by class 8 (tractor-trailers)
*15.5 million Trucks and 2 million tractor-trailers are on the road
*8.9 million trucking employees, including, 3.5 million truck drivers
- Included in asking price
- Real Estate:
- Building Sq. Ft.:
- Furniture, Fixtures, & Equipment (FF&E):
- Included in asking price
- 5 - 2012 and 2013 Tractor Trailers and all flat bed equipment needed to haul freight, All contracts we have obtained with shippers and brokers. We currently have over 300 contracts.
- No competition, The demand for freight to be hauled outweighs the supply of trucks and trucking companies.
- Growth & Expansion:
- According to Noel Perry, consultant with FTR Associates, a company that provides freight transportation forecasting and analysis, the industry expects to have a shortage of 100,000 freight movers by the end of this year. The shortage could reach 300,000 by 2016. There is so much freight that has to be moved at this time that most companies are willing to pay more than the national average to freight movers to get their product to the customers or their product just sits at a dock and no major companies can afford to have their product sit.
- Will Finance $250K at 3%, Must have $600K deposit
- Support & Training:
- 2 months
- Reason for Selling:
- Partner is sick
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