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Video Case Study Strategy at Regal Marine Regal Marine, one of the U.S.’s 10 largest power-boat manufacturers, achieves its mission ―providing luxury performance boats to customers worldwide―using the strategy of differentiation. It differentiates its products through constant innovation, unique features, and high quality. Increasing sales at the Orlando, Florida, family-owned firm suggest that the strategy is working. As a quality boat manufacturer, Regal Marine starts with continuous innovation, as reflected in computer-aided design (CAD), high-quality molds, and close tolerances that are controlled through both defect charts and rigorous visual inspection. In-hose quality is not enough, however. Because a product is only as good as the parts put into it, Regal has established close ties with a large number of its suppliers to ensure both flexibility and perfect parts. With the help of these suppliers, Regal can profitably produce a product line of 22 boats, ranging from the $14.000 three-passenger Rush to the $500.000 42 foot Commodore Yacht. “We build boats”, says VP Tim Kuck, “but we’re really in the ‘fun’ business. Our competition includes not only 300 other boat, canoe, and yacht manufacturers in our $17 billion industry, but home theatres, the Internet, and all kinds of alternative family entertainment.” Fortunately for Regal, with the strong economy and the repeal of the
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