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Corporate Project

University of Houston
Members
University of Houston Corporate project
Mikala Smikal

Marketing

Quadrant
Trevor OReilly

Marketing

Dupont
Meeta Garach

Finance with a Double Minor in


Accounting and Retail and Consumer
Sciences

Freudenberg
Gabriela Flores

Supply Chain Management


with a Minor in Sales

Trelleborg
Ben Tallman

Supply Chain Management

Dupont
Jorden St John

Supply Chain Management

Precision Polymer
Engineering
Nathan Ndenga

Supply Chain Management

Valqua
Valentine Perez

Finance Major

Quality Control
Goal

Provide Greene, Tweed with a sound understanding of


the performance of each company


Provide Locations, divisions, and note the capabilities

of each
Give a company overview (history, markets,

investments, size)
Company Profiles
Petrochemical
Quadrant

Dupont

Oilfield

Freudenberg

Trelleborg

Semiconductors

Dupont

Precision Polymer engineering

Valqua
Petrochemical
Quadrant: Mikala Smikal
Dupont : Trevor OReilly
Quadrant
Petrochemical
Outline

1. Summary

2. History

3. Divisions

4. Growth and Success

5. Products

6. SWOT Analysis
Summary

Quadrant is a child company of Mitsubishi Plastics. Since joining


Mitsubishi Plastics both Quadrant and Mitsubishi's revenues have
increased. Even though some parts of Mitsubishis revenues have not
seen a significant growth the areas that Quadrant is apart of (Energy
and Chemical) have still seen growth in revenue. Quadrant offers the
some of the same industries as Mitsubishi, but also offers more areas
to expand on.
History
Quadrant was founded in 1996

In 2006, Quadrant became a leading seller in the global plastic industry with over

2000 employees in 20 different countries.

In 2009, Quadrant partnered with Mitsubishi Plastics

May 2013 Quadrant is a fully-owned part of the Mitsubishi

Plastics group
Divisions: Quadrant
Global Environmental & Aerospace & Defense
Infrastructure
Alternative Energy
Industrial Finance, Logistics &
Development Automotive

Energy Building & Construction Heavy Equipment

Metals Industrial Equipment

Machinery Medical & Life Science

Chemicals Semiconductor & Electronics

Living Essentials Transportation


Products
Polyamide (PA)
Material Types
Polyacetal (POM) Standard Materials: PE, PP, PVC
Engineering Materials: PA, POM, PET, PVDF
Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene Advanced Materials:ECTFE, PTFE, PSU, PEI,
(UHMW-PE) PPSU, PPS, PEEK
Extreme/Imidized Materials: PAI, PI, PBI
Fluoroplastics
Marketing Strategy
Polybenzimidazole (PBI) Growth in Asia markets
Utilize IT services to help develop better
Plastic composites (GMT, GMTex) business domains Ex. social media, mobile
apps
Lightweight reinforced thermoplastics (SymaLite) Develop strong relationships between
consumer and partners
Panel applications (MultiQ)
Growth and Success
As of March 2014

Mitsubishi Chemical Groups


experienced a 29% increase in
revenue

Gross profit increased by 11%

Equity in earnings of Affiliated


companies increased by 25%

Net income attributable to Mitsubishi


Corporation went down 15%

They experienced a 275% increase in


revenue in U.S.A and 21% increase in
SWOT Analysis
Strengths: Weakness:
Product variation and product Fluctuating revenue. Too much
quality help them to have dependence on Japanese market.
market control. Strong global
presence. Focus on research
and development.

Opportunity:
Threats: Positive global outlook in gas and
Slowdown of global economy. oil sector. Growing Asia-Pacific
Environmental regulations. Price market. Growing textile market.
volatility in petroleum market.
Dupont
Petrochemical
DuPont Overview
History
DuPont was founded in 1802. In 1880 they became the world's largest producer of
dynamite. In 1935 a DuPont scientist invents Nylon. DuPont is also accredited with
inventing Kevlar.

Locations
North America: 31%

Asia Pacific: 33%

Europe: 29%

Latin America: 7%
Divisions
Elastomers
Engineering Thermoplastics
Ethylene Copolymers
Filaments
Fluoropolymers
Polymer Adhesives
Bio Based Polymers
Products

Pipelon (401)(UB45)
Hytrel
Kevlar
Bynel
Kalrez (FFKM)
Marketing Strategy

Expand core enzyme offerings and


processing technology
Drive innovation and accelerate
growth in developing markets
Execute on capacity expansions to
support growth plans
Rapidly commercialize transformative
technologies like cellulosic ethanol
and bio-based polymers
Continue to drive productivity
improvements through operational
excellence
Defend and protect intellectual
SWOT Analysis
Weakness
Allegedly misused rivals patent
Strengths:
Customer service.
Leading marketing position.
Administrative action.
Strong R&D capabilities.
Diversified revenue.

Opportunity:
Threats: Technological advancements.
Economic slowdown in US and Growing solar energy market.
Europe. Increasing healthcare
Risk with conducting business spending.
outside US. Business in Asia.
Environment regulations.
Oilfield
Freudenberg: Meeta Garach
Trelleborg: Gabriela Flores
Freudenberg
Oil & Gas
Freudenberg Outline
Freudenberg
Overview
Divisions
Locations
Freudenberg Oil & Gas
Products
Markets/Areas of focus
Marketing Strategy
SWOT Analysis
Overview

Founded in 1848
Headquartered in Germany
Their target consumer base consist of those involved in
engineering, heavy industry, energy, chemical, and oil and gas
sectors
Divisions
Global Locations
Africa/Australia 2%
Asia 18%
Germany 18%
EU (excluding Germany) 28%
South/Central America 5%
North America 23%
Other European Countries 6%

Freudenberg Oil & Gas


United States
Canada
Brazil
United Kingdom
Malaysia
Products

Products and Capabilities Upstream Applications


Advanced Thermoplastics High Pressure High Temperature
OffShore & SubSea
Petroleum Elastomers
Drilling & Completions
Metal Sealing Solutions
Materials Development &
Product Testing Lab
Marketing Strategy

Social Media: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google Plus, Pinterest

Other: Youtube, Xing

Industry Trade Shows

Conferences
SWOT Analysis
Strengths
Received API 16A which places company on
same level as major OEMS and annular Weaknesses
Higher possibility of
packing units
inconsistency caused by
Own materials development and product multiple organizational
testing lab changes
Several cost-saving measures including
production optimization Opportunities
Investing in new and existing Vector
Plants
Starting to manufacture metal-to-
Threats metal seal technology and high-
Dropping oil prices will reduce integrity connector products
sales Invested in new facility that
Global market competition combined three original Welsh plants
into one
Trelleborg
Oil and Gas
Trelleborg Outline

Trelleborg Overview
History
Locations
Divisions (revenue)
Trelleborg Oil & Gas Overview
Products
Marketing Strategy
SWOT Analysis
Trelleborg Overview

Founded in 1905

Headquartered in Trelleborg,
Sweden.

Consumers include those


involved with Light Vehicles,
General Industry, Offshore &
Gas, Transportation equipment,
Agriculture Infrastructure
construction and Aerospace
Trelleborg Worldwide Locations
Global Net Sales
2014
2013
Western Europe: $1,322,151.71 $1,354,675.97
Rest of Europe: $162,737.05 $149,657.90
North America: $583,006.05 $503,720.93
South/Central $ 89,239.16 $71,645.97
America:
Asia/Rest $448,857.95 $405,685.17
World:
Overall: $2,605,991.92
$2,485,385.94
Production units for Oil and Gas:
Australia, Brazil, China, the Netherlands,
Norway, Singapore, the U.K. and the U.S

Workforce 2014
16,552 employees in 44
countries
Oil and Gas 2014
2,164 Employees
Divisions
Revenue 2014 2013

1. Trelleborg Coated Systems $225,795.93


$214,926.87

2. Trelleborg Industrial Solutions $577,345.70


$535,038.18

3. Trelleborg Offshore & Construction $432,074.31


$419,218.43 (Offshore Oil and Gas (58%)/Infrastructure (42%)

4. Trelleborg Sealing Solutions $893,600.25


$828,970.26

5. Trelleborg Wheel Solutions $487,003.96


$489,575.13
Products
Offshore/Construction: Andre, Elastopipe, RiserGuard, SCN Supercone Fenders,
SeaGuard,
SeaTechnik, SmartDock, Ultra MIS Drill Riser Buoyancy, Uraduct and Vikotherm.
Sealing Solutions: American Variseal, Busak+Shamban, Forsheda, GNL, Nordex,
Orkot, Palmer Chenard, Polypac, SF Medical, Shamban , Silcotech, Skega, Stefa
and Wills Rings
Coated Systems: Axcyl, Printec, Rollin and Vulcan.
Sales for Oil and Gas
2014: $432,074.31

2013: $419,218.43
TrelleborgVibracoustic

Collaboration with Freudenburg formed in July 2012

Global market leader in the field of automotive


vibration control

Control vibrations to increase comfort on board of


passenger vehicle manufactures, commercial
vehicle manufacturers and tier 1 suppliers

Sales
2014 2013
$1,935,996.75
$1,863,084.00
Marketing Strategy

On Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.

Have regular press releases

Also have a T-Time Magazine for Trelleborgs


customers/stakeholders
SWOT Analysis
Strengths: Weakness:
High growth rate Overall organic sales growth was -1 %
Higher operating profit lower production levels of agricultural machinery
and margin from 9.3% Oil and Gas organic sales -2%
(2010) to 13.3% (2014)
Long term rate on equity
is at least 15%
Opportunity:
Marine system sales/business development
office opened in oil/gas industry in Houston,Tx
Invested in new facility in US for marine Fender
Threats: and Buoys in Berryville, Virginia
Oil prices falling Trelleborgs offshore operation in Brazil obtains
Slow economic growth in Europe a manufacturing license, for its Vikotherm
thermal insulation technology.
Semiconductors
Dupont: Ben Tallman
Precision Polymer Engineering: Jorden St John
Valqua: Nathan Ndenga
DuPont
Semiconductors
Outline

1. Summary

2. History

3. Divisions

4. Growth and Success

5. Products

6. SWOT Analysis
Summary

Involved in a range of different industry areas, including high-


performance materials, synthetic fibres, electronics, specialty
chemicals, agriculture and biotechnology. (It is an American chemical
company and the worlds third largest producer of chemicals,
agrochemicals-polymers, safety materials, and electronics.)
History
The Company was founded in 1802 in Wilmington, Delaware.

Dupont has a long history of innovationnylon, mylar, lucite, neoprene,


Tyvek and much more..they are a chemistry based company who
invents new fibers, chemicals and products to lead the market.

The company has a great history of invention. Some examples


include: Dr. Wallace Hume Carothers (1896-1937) was a founder of the
basic organic chemistry research at DuPont. In, April 1930, Carothers
team discovered neoprene synthetic rubber and synthesized the first
polyester super polymer, the forerunner of nylon. During his nine years
with DuPont, Carothers filed for more than 50 patents. In 1931 he
invented Neprene rubber.a major product for the dupont company
Sales Revenue

By Regions
North America: 19%

Asia Pacific: 58%

Europe: 19%

Latin America: 4%
Company Division and Products

Core Markets: Performance Materials:


Automotive
Polymer chemistry, Photopolymers,
Packaging Fluoro-chemistry, Films and Lamination
process, Precision patterning, Particle
Electrical/ Electronics and dispersion science, Application
development, Inorganic electronic
Construction materials, and Semiconductor
Industrial
fabrication

Food Service

Consumer durables.
Sales Revenue Per Industry
and Product Group

By Major Product Group By Major Industry

Printing and Packaging materials: 29 % Advanced printing: 25%

Electronic materials: 31% Consumer electronics: 29%

Photovoltaic: 29% Photovoltaics: 29%

High performance films: 10% Displays: 1%

Display materials: 1% Other: 20%


Growth and Success

DuPont uses a six sigma approach in order Semiconductors:


create a methodology focused on
improving processes. This methodology 1. Commercialize differentiated products
has become a key business strategy for for photovoltaics, consumer
increasing client satisfaction, reducing electronics, flat panel displays and
costs, and improving earnings for advanced printing.
Americas Fortune 100 companies.
2. Invest in capacity for growing markets

3. Deep application development


capability

4. Drive productivity to fund growth.


SWOT Analysis
Weakness:
Strengths: Accused of copying company patents
Product and sale of new Big company comes with baggage and high
products COGS
Locations all over the
world.

Threats: Opportunity:
With the uncertainty in the oil and Global investments
New products that are increasing revenue
gas industry, focus may shift to
other divisions, such as Animal
science
So What Does This All Mean
For Green Tweed?

With DuPont being a larger company, they will have a higher


general administration cost than Greene Tweed.

It is also important to look at the size of the market in which each


company choses to enter. If the market size cannot support long-
term demand for a product, it will leave Greene Tweed with little
opportunity. With DuPont being successful in other fields, such as
animal science, they may choose a different investment strategy,
exposing them to loss of market-share.
Precision Polymer
Engineering
Semiconductor Research
Outline

1. Summary/History

2. Locations

3. Divisions

4. Products

5. SWOT Analysis
Summary/History
Precision Polymer Engineering was founded in 1975
IDEX Stock Prefromance
Headquarters is located in Blackburn, England
CEO Paul Gillyon 69.6
73.13

Owned by IDEX Corporation 49.69

38.28 39.8
$533.2 million revenue
300 Employees
Designs and manufactures seals and components made of
elastomers, polymers, urethanes, and composites
PPE Locations

Company Locations
Distributors
Divisions
Health and Science Marketing Strategies
Industrial A stronger presence in and around Europe
markets
Analytical Instruments
Allocating more resources to countries that
Fluid & Metering are preforming well

Energy

Chemical Processing

Fire & Safety/Diversified

Dispensing

Rescue Tools
Divisions
Advanced Engineered Products
Health & Science Fire and Fluid & Metering
Technologies Safety/Diversified Technologies
Products

% Revenue: 36% 23% 43%


Divisions
Health and Science Technology

4% 3%
6%
Analytical Instruments
29%
Industrial
9%
Medical/Dental
Food & Pharma
Life Sciences
12% Semiconductors/Electronics
Military Defense
Printing

19%
18%
Products

C40M Chloroprene Rubber H50B Epichlorohydin

Styrene Butadiene Rubber J70M Butyl Rubber

E20B Ethylene Propylene Kemex V76E

F50A Fluorosilicone Rubber N40M Nitrile Rubber


SWOT Analysis
Strengths Weaknesses
Strong teams enabling growth in Dependent on the Availability of Raw Materials,
China, the Middle East and other Parts and Components Used in Our Products
global regions
startup of a new PPE manufacturing
facility outside Houston to serve the
strategic oil and gas Market

Opportunities
Expanding locations and distribution in Europe
Threats Already doubled facilities in India with plans to
Significant Movements in Foreign continue expansion
Currency Exchange Rates May
Harm Our Financial Results.
Valqua
Semiconductor
Outline
Valqua Overview
History
Locations
AEP Division Overview
AEP Product lines & companies
Business/Marketing Strategy
SWOT Analysis
Investments/Growth
History/Location
Nippon Valqua industries Ltd, was Group companies overseas: (Taiwan,
Founded: January 21, 1927 and Thailand, China, USA, South Korea,
established in April 8, 1932 Vietnam)
Valqua America was established in June Offices in Japan: (Tokyo, Fukushima,
5, 1998 in Santa Clara, CA Chiba, Aichi, Nara, Osaka)
Valqua America is a 100% subsidiary of
Nippon Valqua Industries, Ltd.
The managing director is : Yoshimasa
Masuda.
Product Lines & Companies
Semiconductor: (FKM, FFKM, Metal seal, High performance FKM,
High performance resin products)
Oil & gas
Petrochemical
Business
Design, Manufacturing, Processing, and Sale of Products of Fiber,
Fluorocarbon Resin, High-functional Rubber and other Materials for
Industrial Equipment, Chemical, Machinery, Energy, Communication
Equipment, Semiconductor, Automobile, Aerospace, and all other
Industries
Marketing Strategy
Transform themselves into an H&S company that will lead to the
maximization of customer value
Dramatically improve QCDS through scrap-and-build efforts
Strengthen management in response to diversifying global risks
Develop and utilize human resources in order to improve
competitiveness combined with the promotion of diversity.
SWOT Analysis
Weakness:
small business units
Strengths: future profitability
Monetary assistance
high loan rates are possible
provided investments in research and development

Opportunity:
new markets
Threats: global markets
financial capacity income level is at a constant increase
increasing costs new products and services
rising cost of raw materials growing economy
cash flow growth rates and profitability
government regulations
Investments/Growth
Net income benefited from seal product business segment income
increase of 5%
Capital: Approximately 114 million dollars (as of March 31, 2015)
Group Sales Approximately 328 million dollars (as of Fiscal year
ended March, 2015)
Appendix
Appendix (Quadrant)

History http://www.quadrantplastics.com/na-en/our-company/history.html

http://www.quadrantplastics.com/na-en/home.html
Products
http://www.quadrantplastics.com/na-en/products/machinable-plastic
Material Type s.html

http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/snapshot.as
Growth and Investments p?privcapid=1027539
http://www.quadrantplastics.com/na-en/our-company/locations.ht
ml

http://www.quadrantplastics.com/na-en/our-company/researc
Locations h-innovation.html
Appendix (Quadrant)
Social Media https://www.facebook.com/QuadrantEpp

https://twitter.com/quadrantepp

https://www.youtube.com/user/QuadrantEPP
http://www.quadrantplastics.com/na-en/news/trade-fairs-events.html

http://www.quadrantplastics.com/na-en/industries/chemical-process
Competitive advantage ing-oil-gas.htm

http://www.quadrantplastics.com/na-en/industries.html
Other Industries
http://www.mitsubishicorp.com/jp/en/ir/finance/highlight/
Financial http://www.mitsubishicorp.com/jp/en/ir/library/ar/pdf/financial/2014/all.pdf

Portfolio http://www.quadrantplastics.com/na-en/our-company/business-units.html
Appendix (Freudenberg)
2012 2013
Appendix (Freudenberg)
2012 2013
Appendix (Freudenberg)
Appendix
(Freudenberg)
Appendix
(Freudenberg)
Appendix (Trelleborg)

Overall Global Sales http://mb.cision.com/Main/584/9759649/36


9520.pdf
(Page 13)
Net Sales per geographic market http://mb.cision.com/Main/584/9759649/36
9520.pdf
(Page 79)
Revenue for 5 Business Areas http://mb.cision.com/Main/584/9759649/36
9520.pdf
(Page 77)
TrelleborgVibracoustic http://mb.cision.com/Main/584/9759649/36
9520.pdf
(Page 24)
Appendix (PPE)

Hisotry http://www.prepol.com/company/history

Vision http://www.prepol.com/company/vision

List of Products http://www.matweb.com/search/GetMatlsB


yManufacturer.aspx?manID=490

Annual Report http://www.idexcorp.com/documents/2014_


IDEX_Annual_Report.pdf
Appendix (Dupont)
History http://www.seattleorganicrestaurants.com/vegan-whole-foods/dupont-history/#sthash
.4ADKwk9q.dpuf
http://www.dupont.com/corporate-functions/our-company/dupont-history.html

Products Databook-2014 Final.pdf

Databook-2014 Final.pdf
Material Type

Databook-2014 Final.pdf
Growth and Investments

http://www.dupont.com/corporate-functions/our-company/global-locations.html
Locations
Appendix (Valqua)
History/locations/business: http://www.valqua.com/company/profile.html

AEP products: https://valqua-america.com/index.html

Marketing strategy: http://www.valqua.com/ir/strategy.html

http://www.swotanalysis24.com/swot-n/77215-swot-analysis-nippon-valqua-indus
SWOT analysis : tries.html

Investments/Growth : http://www.valqua.com/company/profile.html