SWOT Analysis

October 2005
IMI, PLC SWOT Analysis;Oct2005, p5
SWOT Analysis
Company Report
This chapter examines the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats facing IMI PLC, an international engineering group operating in the field of fluid control and retail dispense solutions. An overview of its business segments is presented. A discussion of investigations facing IMI in Europe over alleged anti-competitive practices is given. Its growth in the severe service sector looks promising in the future. The increase in global steel prices have implications for IMI.


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