Maruti Case Study

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ANÁLISIS ECONÓMICO DE MARUTI |

SUBMITTED TO:- SUBMITTED BY:-DR. R.L. CHAWLA GARIMA SUNNY ARYA RITIKA SABARWAL SWARAJ S. SIDHU YASHASVI YADAV |

MARUTI SUZUKI INDIA LIMITED (MSIL).

COMPANY AT A GLANCE
HISTORY
* Year of Establishment – 1981 * MUL was established by Govt. to meet the growing demand of personal mode of transport caused by the lack of efficient public transport system. * MUL launched Maruti -800 as its 1st car in Dec,1983 for Rs. 47,500

MERGER BETWEEN SUZUKI MOTORS CORP. & MARUTI UDYOG LTD.

* Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. Is subsidiary of Suzuki Motors , Japan * MSIL has been the leader of Indian car market for over 25 years now. * The company has two manufacturing units located at Gurgaon and Manesar. * Number of employees >8500 * The company offers a wide range of cars across different segments. In all there are 15 brands with 150 variants.

MAJOR STAKEHOLDERS IN MSIL * Institutional Investors include: Mutual’s funds & UTI, banks & financial institutes, insurance companies, FIIs. * Others include: Private corporate bodies, Indian Public, Trust etc.

New Delhi, May 02, 2011 | | Car market leader Maruti Suzuki…...

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