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I am looking for products / product lines to integrate into our existing California manufacturing operation

Looking for electro-mechanical products & product lines to integrate into our 35 year old, successful California manufacturing operation. Currently have excess machining, welding & fabrication capabilites and looking for synergistic opportunty to compliment existing product lines.

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we have a mfg co. originatation from ca. need to bring back to ca.
the product is aluminium umbrella. need to have 1500 to 2000 sq.fts with office area.
looking working/sales marketing partner /investor.
mfg. est:before 30 yrs. ago. profit20 to 40%. exclusive product. no none making it.
cost to produce with two men operation $125/unit ;sell for $425 to 525/each.
if you have interest call:832-605-9914 ,i am real estate broker/business broker in houston,tx since 1978

Oct 30, 2010
Paul E
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Westchester County, NY

We have need of a manufacturing facility to help us complete development and maunfacture of a line of electronic products. We have acquired a tecnhology for electronic control of various products. Some simple assembly of electronics into handheld boxes, some requiring sheet metal work with electronics and some electro-mechanical.

Products are proprietary. We have engineer on staff. Will require Some prototype work.

Please provide information or contact to Paul at

Jul 15, 2010

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