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6 days agoThis is an awesome opportunity to purchase your own manufacturing process for Gorilla Composites structural building panels. The potential revenue if you sell the full amount that can be produced in a year is $18,000,000.00 per year!

A Structural Building Panel by Gorilla Composites is a stressed skin panel with an expanded impregnated honeycomb core. These panels are manufactured as load bearing walls, floors, roofs and non-bearing walls. No framing is required with the construction of the Gorilla Composite Panels. Any finish can be applied after construction such as plaster board, stucco, simulated or real brick, stone, siding, or paint. The finishes can be suited according to local demands or regional appearances.

Structural Building Panels are manufactured in a proprietary production line (intermediate structural composite) (ISC) which is unique to this purpose. The production line is designed to produce one 4.5” x 4’ x 8’ panel every 60 seconds. Each line per shift will produce 120,000 panels per year on a 5-day work week, 50 weeks per year. The opportunity is to purchase one or more production lines and begin manufacturing in an exclusive market territory.

This opportunity would be well fitted for someone with knowledge in the building trades or have a good understanding as to how to run a manufacturing business. You should have an existing facility, or the capacity to add-on to an existing facility and should also be familiar with and comfortable selling into the local building trade market. Experience with Architects, Civil Engineers, Planners, Surveyors and local building codes is an advantage, but not required.

For more information regarding the strength and versatility of the structural building panels, visit [ external link ].

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