Various Companies Case Studies by MarketLine Recently Published at MarketPublishers.com

22 Mar 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON - Market Publishers Ltd informs that new in-demand MarketLine case studies of different companies have been added to its catalogue.

Transocean Case Study: Accessing Norway’s Oil Drilling Market. Last year, Transocean, a leading drilling contractor serving the oil and gas industry, acquired Aker Drilling. What is Transocean's position in the global contract drilling market? How do oil prices and demand for contract drilling correlate? Why did Transocean acquire Aker? Overview of the contract drilling market, as well as the answers to all these crucial questions and more can be found in the report …

Dexcom Case Study: Launching a Continuous Glucose Monitor. Management of diabetes often requires electronic blood glucose testing. Having come on to the US market in 2001, continuous glucose monitors (CGMs) offer some diabetics better management of their condition than periodic test devices. Medtronic is the market leader, but its position is being challenged by Dexcom. The case study examines the CGMs market, and the competitive pressures that DexCom and Medtronic face …

Alcoa Case Study: Benefiting from Saudi Economic Planning. In a joint venture with the Saudi mining company Ma’aden, aluminum producer Alcoa is building a bauxite mine and aluminum smelter in Saudi Arabia, the first in the country. The project sheds light on Alcoa’s commercial strategy, as well as on the economic strategy of the government of Saudi Arabia …

Bajaj Allianz Case Study: Insurer Completes First Decade in India. 2001 saw private-sector companies begin to compete with the state-owned incumbents in both the life and non-life segments. During the same year German Allianz entered the market in a JV with local Bajaj. The report shows how the company dealt with the challenges and opportunities of the insurance market, to become one of India's leading private-sector insurers …

John Lewis Partnership Case Study: UK Retail Chain is Owned by its Employees. Whereas most retailers of its scale are owned by shareholders, John Lewis Partnership, one of the UK's most well-known and successful retail chains, is owned by its employees. The case study examines the ways in which this unusual form of ownership has fostered the company’s successful performance …

More new studies by the publisher can be found at MarketLine page.

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