Semi-Submersible Heavy-Lift Transport (C): Offshore Heavy Transport Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

IMD-5-0693 © 2005
Jeannet, Jean-Pierre; Francis, Inna

This is the third case in a string beginning in 1981 (A) and 1983 (B). As a foundation of the suggestion; the expertise and functionality of the Swan class carriers was reviewed. The case gives some history on the estimated economic opportunity for the new Marlin type carriers and describes the various changes of ownership of the Swan class carriers to be assembled. The case is composed from an expected investor point of view. Nielsen must determine if he desires to become an investor; jointly with other ship owners.

Subjects: Corporate entrepreneurship; Start-up; New business; Investment analysis; Opportunity assessment; Competitive analysis; New entrant; Shipping industry; Launching a new service; Economic analysis
Settings: Norway; Netherlands; Global; Shipping; US$100 million in revenues; 1997

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