Industrial Products Inc.

Case Analysis

Involves deciding whether a new plant in another part of the country to construct a line of fire protection equipment. Capital funds are set aside for the construction of the significant operating losses and head pressure for better results departmental blocked by the continuing record Fireguard. Also describes the market potential for the new product.

Involves deciding whether a new plant in another part of the country to construct a line of fire protection equipment. Capital funds are set aside for the construction of the significant operating losses and head pressure for better results departmental blocked by the continuing record Fireguard. Also describes the market potential for the new product.
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from
Joseph L. Bower,
John W. Rosenblum
Source: Harvard Business School
11 pages.
Release date: 01 March, 1969. Prod #: 369019-PDF-ENG
Industrial Products, Inc. HBR case solution