Yamaha Motorcycles

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Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd.
Founded

July 1, 1955
Capital

85,688 million yen (as of September 30, 2013)
President

Hiroyuki Yanagi
Employees
(Consolidated)

53,958 (as of December 31, 2012)
Parent :10,180 (as of December 31, 2012)
Sales
(Consolidated)

1,207,675 million yen
(from January 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012)

Parent: 474,589 million yen
(from January 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012)

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Yamaha Motorcycles

  1. 1. ANOOP . P P13164 BUSINESS UPDATE
  2. 2. CONTENTS  Company details Vision Statement Yamaha Products Sources of Promotion Emerging Markets Competitors SWOT Analysis  CSR
  3. 3. TYPE PUBLIC FOUNDED ON OCT 12,1887 HEADQUARTERS IWATA SHIZUAKA,JAPAN CEO GENICHI KAWAKAMI NO OF EMPLOYEES 52,000
  4. 4. VISION STATEMENT  Establishing „YAMAHA‟ as the “exclusive and trusted brand” of customers by “creating kando”( touching their hearts).
  5. 5.  Yamaha to export sports bike to Japan from India. - First in the history of Indian 2 wheeler market - First shipment of 300 motorcycles with 150cc  Yamaha to make worlds cheapest bike - Called as nano of motorcycles - Price around Rs 27000.
  6. 6. YAMAHA -WORLD
  7. 7. Revenue US$15.9 billion  Operating Income US$189.3 million  Net Income US$ 225.5 million  Market share of 3% in motor cycles and 16% in scooters.  Company sales increased by 13.2 % for the year January 2013 
  8. 8.          Motorcycles Sport bikes Commuter Vehicles including scooters Recreational Vehicles — All-terrain vehicles and snowmobiles Boats — Powerboats, sail boats, utility boats and custom boats Marine Engines — Outboard motors, electric marine motors, marine diesel engines Electric bicycles Automobile Engines Golf cars
  9. 9. Musical Instruments  Piano’s , keyboards  Guitar’s , Drums Electronic and Entertainment Instruments  Speaker systems  Headphones  Blue ray players  AV receivers and amplifiers
  10. 10.   JOHN ABHRAHAM DEEPIKA PADUKONE
  11. 11.  Very less fuel efficiency - Around 13km per liter  More pollution - 2 stroke engine - Dual silencer
  12. 12.  First bike launched in the year 1985  First lightweight motorbike in India  100 cc bike  2 stroke engine  Tough competitor for other biking giants
  13. 13.  Television advertisements  Newspaper advertisements  Movies  Uses of their Sports bikes  Celebrities
  14. 14.  Yamaha is now concentrating on tapping rural markets for larger sales.  The two wheeler industry in India registered a de-growth of -0.2% Jan-April 2013) while Yamaha registered a 22% growth rate.
  15. 15.       HERO HONDA BAJAJ KTM TVS SUZUKI
  16. 16. Strengths:  Excellent branding, advertising  Yamaha Motor Corporation has over 39,000 employees  Produces long lasting products  Well established and trusted Weakness:  Yamaha has narrow product line in Indian market  Lesser fuel efficiency
  17. 17. Opportunities:  Products are cheaper than Honda  Growing demand in the market  Innovative products  Banks are willing to give motorcycle credits Threats:  Increasing number of players in the market  Raising raw material costs  Lower reselling value than Honda
  18. 18. Reduction of co2 emission from manufacturing processes.  Adopted 3R Concept ( Recycling, Reusing and Reducing )  Beach clean up - 600 employees , family members, and interested persons participated in the event in 2012. 
  19. 19. THANK YOU !

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