A 9 page business proposal for a mobile oil change service in Denver, Colorado. The paper provides business description, competitive analysis and marketing concept. Mobile Oil Change provides a necessary service at competitive prices and at times and places convenient for customers. All companies owning any size fleet of vehicles needs the service, and every business needs the increased efficiency that Mobile Oil Change service can provide. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Mobile Oil Change, LLC will provide onsite oil and oil filter changes for fleet vehicles in the area of Denver, Colorado. The Company will provide services for furniture
and appliance rental businesses, but it anticipates that approximately 70 percent of its revenues will be attributable to the car rental businesses operating at the Denver International Airport. Current
capacity is up to 300 oil changes a day. Business Description Mobile Oil Change, LLC is a new business that will be located
in Denver, Colorado. The Company will provide onsite oil change services for businesses in the local area, focusing on companies that use and maintain fleets of vehicles. Potential
customers include car rental businesses located at Denver International Airport (Avis/ Budget; Dollar/Thrifty; Advantage; and Alamo/National) and rental furniture and appliance companies (Rent a Center and Aaron Rents, Inc.) in
the Denver area. At present, the Company has the ability to perform up to 300 oil changes a day, a volume that can be expanded quickly in that the
Company will use contract labor that is readily available in the Denver area. The Companys location is in a growing and bustling area.
It appeals to businesses that have their own fleet mechanics and those that do not. Those businesses that maintain their own fleet mechanics find outsourcing oil change requirements
to be more cost effective than paying their own mechanics to perform more low-skilled duties; this benefit can be expected to increase as auto mechanics are available in increasingly short
supply. Businesses that do not have the capability to maintain their own vehicles find the service to be invaluable: delivery personnel can remain active throughout the entire workday,