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    and erased. A big factor in the whole ordeal was demand, Takata Corporation had grown… substantially; in 1995 they were making about 650 million a year by 1999 they were projected to make a Billion annually despite being involved in a lesser recall. This was before their big break through, aluminum nitrate, which allowed them to undercut other producers. During the time in question they were supplying a fifth of all cars made with airbags. The Japanese company was struggling to keep up with demand. Major automakers had started a policy of just-in-time production, to maximize profits by minimizing waste. This means that the deadlines are solid. If any one part is late the production line shuts down completely. Automakers like Toyota and Honda started issuing strict fines for tardiness. 5 digits per minute or a minimum of 600,000 per hour late. The deadlines were so harsh, Takata Corporation could hardly keep…

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    INVESTIGATION: On 06/26/2016 at approximately 0311 hours, I was notified by Master Detective L. Cichon #3846 of a traffic crash involving life-threatening injuries on Bloomingdale Avenue, west of Bell Shoals Road. Master Detective L. Cichon advised the crash involved a single vehicle with a 15 year old occupant being flown to Tampa General Hospital with life-threatening injuries. She was responding to Tampa General Hospital and requested Detective M. Carter #181968 and I respond to the scene.…

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    Honda Case Study

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    Question 4 Honda is a company in Malaysia which involved in the auto manufacturing business. In 15 November 2000, a partnership between Honda Motor Co. Ltd. of Japan, DRB-HICOM Berhad and Oriental Holdings Berhad resulted in the birth of, a company committed to offering the "Highest Customer Satisfaction in Malaysia". Since then, Honda Malaysia has been a solid and aggressive player in the Malaysian automotive market. As Honda slogan is ‘The Power of Dreams’, they aims to turn dreams into…

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    Hero Motocorp Case Study

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    Hero Honda in 2010, which was a highly successful joint venture between India’s Hero Group and Japan’s Honda Motor Company way back in 1984. The following report critically looks into the history of the parent companies i.e. Hero Cycles Ltd. and Honda Motor Company, it also analyses the joint venture that was formed and the split of the joint venture in 2010. The report concludes by looking into the present scenarios of both the companies. About Hero Cycles Ltd.: Hero Group’s journey started…

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    Honda Motor Co., Ltd. is a Japanese public multinational corporation primarily known as a manufacturer of automobiles, aircraft, motorcycles, and power equipment. The channel of distribution first starts in the production area, then moves to wholesale distributors and then a retail distributor. A channel of distribution is the way in which the goods are passed from the manufacturer to the consumer meaning the goods that are made in the manufacture are directly delivered to the consumer and using…

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    Car Comparison Website

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    It has an ample amount of information on the desired car, including many reviews and photos. Again, reviews and photos are great resources to use when trying to compare cars. Kelley Blue Book has significantly more information than any other site on pricing. The prices are organized in different ways so that total price, interest, and monthly payments are clear to the purchaser. Using the Honda CR-V as an example again, there is an area where you can find the estimated out-the-door price and…

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    Toyota set the standard for hybrid vehicles, and still do even today. (National Automobile Dealer 's ENVIROMENTAL CHALLENGES FACING THE AUTO INDUSTRY 4 Association, 2016) American Honda Motor Company, Inc introduced the first hybrid car, the Honda Insight, which was introduced in 1999 set the stage for alternative energy vehicles (The Newswheel, 2014). In December of 2010, Nissan released the Leaf, which is an all-electric, zero tail pipe plug in electric car. (Energy.gov, 2014) Because of the…

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    Maruti Suzuki Case Study

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    Maruti Suzuki also commonly known as Maruti is India’s largest automobile manufacturer headquartered in New Delhi. It has turnover of 43,000Cr and market capitalisation of just above 1 lac crore. It was established in 1981 but actual production started in 1983. When it was established, Government of India held 74% stake and Suzuki held 26% stake. Eventually Government of India sold its entire stake and currently it is subsidiary of Suzuki. Maruti Suzuki has almost 40% market share of passenger…

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    customer came and made me an offer of 14,900 cash. I could not refuse this offer and accomplished a deal with the customer. It was on that day that I had realized that I had became a shark in fish tank. This was the start of a new era. My father called me a prosperous young CEO. Ever since that day I go to the auctions once a week. There are days that I buy my father’s inventory when he can not make the trip. I started buying cars for myself on a regular basis. At first, I would get nervous…

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    The automotive industry is dominated by five key players General Motors, Chrysler, Ford Motor Co, Toyota Motor Co, and Honda Motor Co. The majority of the markets shares are divided up respectively between these five giants. This makes this industry an oligopoly, since not one company has full control over the market. When talking about the way profits are measure we turn to the GDP. The GDP, gross domestic product, is the total market value of all goods and service summed together in the course…

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