Komatsu and Dresser: Putting Two Plus Two Together Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

In 1987, Komatsu Ltd, is looking to expand its presence in the U.S. earth-moving equipment (EME) industry enters into a 50-50 joint venture with a chest of drawers. Manual Komatsu Dresser joint venture faces difficulties in attracting two halves together. The gap between the distribution network of the two parent companies reflects the divisions within the organization. Even as the administration tries to come to grips with internal problems, the industry is facing a serious recession. Rewritten version of the previous cases. "Hide
by Ashish Nanda, Georgia Levenson Source: Harvard Business School 12 pages. Publication Date: May 25, 1998. Prod. #: 898269-PDF-ENG

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