Turskey_M5 Assignment 1 Discussion_Evaluating Vertical Integration

Turskey_M5 Assignment 1 Discussion_Evaluating Vertical Integration

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3/26/10 Michael Turskey Argosy University B6023 – Strategic & Operational Planning Vicky Black February 9, 2010 Evaluating Vertical Integration
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3/26/10 Most forging suppliers purchase completed die blocks, which they then send to die sinking manufacturers for 'carving out' of the die impression. Shultz Steel uses Vertical Integration
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3/26/10 Shultz Steel start by purchasing air melted steel ingots (directly from the mold or crucible)
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Unformatted text preview: from Eastern U.S. steel mills. 3/26/10 Steel alloy ingots are specifically melted to proprietary Shultz Steel chemistries, which provide longer life and reduced die wear than with other commercially available alloys. Shultz Steel forges the die steel into preliminary die block shapes, then heat treats the steel to ensure optimal metallurgical properties Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/26/10...
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2010 for the course BUS 210 taught by Professor Scottrought during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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Turskey_M5 Assignment 1 Discussion_Evaluating Vertical Integration

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