TITLE

SWOT Analysis

PUB. DATE
January 2007
SOURCE
IMI, PLC SWOT Analysis;Jan2007, p5
SOURCE TYPE
SWOT Analysis
DOC. TYPE
Company Report
ABSTRACT
The book presents an analysis of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) of international engineering group Imperial Metal Industries (IMI) PLC. The brand portfolio of IMI includes Norgren, Cornelius and CCI, which are recognized for superior engineering quality in various end markets. Weaknesses of IMI are declining cash from operating activities, declining revenues in merchandising systems, and sluggish performance in Germany and Great Britain. The expanding Mexican market posed an opportunity for IMI.
ACCESSION #
23980721

 

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