Urk Kuldar Inc. & Toyota Motor Company              Joint Venture
Shaun CalvinCEO Urk Kuldar Inc.
Should Urk Kuldar Inc. enter into a Joint Venture with Toyota Motor Company todesign and manufacture a specialized, all   ...
The Situation    In 2012 Urk Kuldar Inc. turned down an    estimated $25 million in contracts because    of their locatio...
Specialized Vehicles,       Specialized Problems    Expensive    Too specialized    Limitations    Multipurpose option...
Why Toyota    Urk Kuldar Inc.                                   Hilux with only a    uses primarily           few modifi...
http://youtu.be/5rOGmGXcR7MTop Gear UK Toyota Hilux taken to North Pole                                                   ...
Urk Kuldar Inc. History    Started as Urk Kuldar                                   One of the largest    Securities Octo...
Urk Kuldar SWOT AnalysisStrength                   Weakness    Excellent reputation                                  Rel...
Opportunities              Threats    Relatively untapped                                   Competition from    markets ...
Toyota History    Started 1933 by                                       2006 Surpassed GM    Kiichiro Toyoda            ...
Toyota SWOT AnalysisStrength                            Weakness    Wide range of car variants to                       ...
Opportunities                    Threats    Expanding Automobile                                              Intense co...
Recent Toyota Issues    Recalled 6.5 million vehicles for problems    with the acceleration peddle during late    2009 an...
Urk Kuldar Inc. Risks    Could lose $4 million after selling related    assets    Damaged Reputation    Loss of future ...
Urk Kuldar Inc. Benefits    Supplied a fleet of the new vehicle for the    cost of manufacturing    Gain ability to acce...
Toyota Benefits    New vehicle to sell, nothing else like it    Marketable to government, security and    industrial sec...
Recommendation      We recommend that Urk Kuldar Inc.  participate in this joint venture with Toyota    Motor Company in b...
Works CitedBailey, Scott. "Toyota sets new production record in North America." Bizjournals. America City Business Journal...
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  1. 1. Urk Kuldar Inc. & Toyota Motor Company Joint Venture
  2. 2. Shaun CalvinCEO Urk Kuldar Inc.
  3. 3. Should Urk Kuldar Inc. enter into a Joint Venture with Toyota Motor Company todesign and manufacture a specialized, all terrain, armored vehicle?
  4. 4. The Situation In 2012 Urk Kuldar Inc. turned down an estimated $25 million in contracts because of their location Unable to operate in required terrain Would need specialized vehicles
  5. 5. Specialized Vehicles, Specialized Problems Expensive Too specialized Limitations Multipurpose option costs $4 million each Market is limited in options
  6. 6. Why Toyota Urk Kuldar Inc.  Hilux with only a uses primarily few modifications Toyota Hilux and went through Tundra “Impassable” Highly satisfied terrain to become with current motor the first automobile pool driven to the North Pole
  7. 7. http://youtu.be/5rOGmGXcR7MTop Gear UK Toyota Hilux taken to North Pole Toyota Tundra
  8. 8. Urk Kuldar Inc. History Started as Urk Kuldar  One of the largest Securities October private security 2000 companies in the Started by Mogg world Bonecutta  Third highest client Shaun Calvin took satisfaction rating in ownership May 2006 the world January 2008 Urk  2012 profits were $6 Kuldar went Public as Million Urk Kuldar Inc.  Current estimated worth: $71.2 million
  9. 9. Urk Kuldar SWOT AnalysisStrength Weakness Excellent reputation  Relatively small Highly trained  Can not effectively Personnel offer all services in Experienced all regions and Management environments. International  Limited Recognition Manufacturing Capabilities
  10. 10. Opportunities Threats Relatively untapped  Competition from markets available larger, more well Rising need for established private securities companies world-wide  Competition with Expansion available higher operations into other fields capacities Large quantity of  Surge of new trained workforce to competition offering draw from cheaper services
  11. 11. Toyota History Started 1933 by  2006 Surpassed GM Kiichiro Toyoda as worlds larges automaker by 128000 Founded in Japan vehicles 1935 produced A1 car  Current President: & G1 Truck Akio Toyoda Toyota Crown first  In 2012 reported Japanese vehicle to 283.5 billion in profit be exported 2003 produced 6.78 million vehicles, second only to GM
  12. 12. Toyota SWOT AnalysisStrength Weakness Wide range of car variants to  Immense competition offer from world class One of the oldest car competitors manufacturers which brings high brand awareness  Lesser grip in Highly diversified product European market as portfolio compared to other car World class R&D and manufacturers Engineering capabilities High brand awareness and market presence in the international market Product known for durability
  13. 13. Opportunities Threats Expanding Automobile  Intense competition in the market and opportunities market leading to for launching new saturation products  Competition offering Concentrated efforts in innovative features at hybrid segment can help lower price Toyota become a market leader  New entrants in the same segment with better Augmenting worldwide features and lower price distribution and servicing network to increase  Car manufacturers market penetration catering to high ended customers
  14. 14. Recent Toyota Issues Recalled 6.5 million vehicles for problems with the acceleration peddle during late 2009 and early 2010 Recalled 7.4 million vehicles due to fire hazard caused by electrical issues in October 2012 In 2011 an earthquake hit Japan, disrupting the their ability to manufacture these parts. As a result of this interruption, production in the US dropped to 30% capacity
  15. 15. Urk Kuldar Inc. Risks Could lose $4 million after selling related assets Damaged Reputation Loss of future clients Loss of some current clients Total losses could be close to $8 million
  16. 16. Urk Kuldar Inc. Benefits Supplied a fleet of the new vehicle for the cost of manufacturing Gain ability to accept contracts in previously regions previously unavailable worth around $25 million/year Receive 20% of total profits from sales estimated at $1.4 billion Improved reputation
  17. 17. Toyota Benefits New vehicle to sell, nothing else like it Marketable to government, security and industrial sector These sectors will still spend for this product even when the public has cut back on buying other models. Improved reputation for quality Significant profit
  18. 18. Recommendation We recommend that Urk Kuldar Inc. participate in this joint venture with Toyota Motor Company in both designing and marketing of the new vehicle. In addition werecommend using our manufacturing facilities in place of those in Japan to produce necessary parts for assembly to prevent any unforeseen break in supply from overseas.
  19. 19. Works CitedBailey, Scott. "Toyota sets new production record in North America." Bizjournals. America City Business Journals, 11 Jan. 2013. Web. 18 Jan. 2013. <http://www.bizjournals.com/sanantonio/blog/2013/01/toyota-sets-new-production-record-in.html>.Belsie, Laurent. "Toyota recall involves record number of cars." CSMonitor. Christian Science Monitor, 11 Oct. 2011. Web. 18 Jan. 2013. <http://www.csmonitor.com/Business/In-Gear/2012/1011/Toyota-recall-involves-record-number-of-cars.-Is-yours- included-video>."History of Toyota." Toyota Global. Toyota, 2013. Web. 17 Jan. 2013. <http://www.toyota-global.com/company/history_of_toyota/>."Overview." Toyota Global. Toyota, Mar. 2012. Web. 18 Jan. 2013. <http://www.toyota-global.com/company/profile/overview/>."Polar Challenge." BBC. BBC UK, 2007. Web. 17 Jan. 2013. <http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b007v18p>.Schreiner, Bruce. "Toyota To Shut Down North American Factories Due To Parts Shortage." Huffington Post. Huffington Post, 4 Apr. 2011. Web. 18 Jan. 2013. <http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/04/04/totoya-will-close-north-american- plants_n_844585.html>.Strumpf, Dan, and Stephen Manning. "Stuck gas pedal causes 2nd major Toyota recall." Miami Herald. The Associated Press, 21 Jan. 2010. Web. 16 Jan. 2013. <http://www.orangecountylaw.com/files/1_21_1020_miami_herald_article.pdf>."A Toyota History." New York Times. New York Times, 2009. Web. 18 Jan. 2013. <http://www.nytimes.com/2008/02/10/business/worldbusiness/10iht-10chronology.9900084.html?_r=1&>."US Army Moves Ahead with V-Hull Strykers." Defense Industry Daily. Defense Industry Daily LLC, 22 Oct. 2011. Web. 16 Jan. 2013. <http://www.defenseindustrydaily.com/us-army-moves-ahead-with-stryker-hull-modification-06308/>."World Exclusive: GM Defense Stryker Out on patrol in 8x8 Light Armored Vehicle." Motor Trend. Motor Trend Magazine, Dec. 2001. Web. 18 Jan. 2013. <http://www.motortrend.com/features/163_0112_gm_defense_stryker/viewall.html>.
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