A leading investment partnership contacted Global Food Properties early in its evaluation of a bottling plant in a rural Southern sub-market. The firm was interested in acquiring the property and remaining equipment; the partnership was confident it could sell the production assets and recover a portion of the acquisition cost, but it was less certain on a timely exit from the property itself.
Global Food Properties toured the facility, noting infrastructure and use strengths and weaknesses, and then emailed details to its “Active Looking List”. Immediately, a past client in the dry mixing and baking sector toured the property, and agreed to take title after the investment partnership completed the equipment auction. The investment partnership received a substantial profit from the auction proceeds, with no exit risk; and the user acquired a “broom swept” production plant, cleaned and empty of all surplus equipment, and ready for new occupancy.
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