"Rohm And Haas Case Study" Essays and Research Papers

  • Rohm And Haas Case Study

    ROHM AND HAAS CASE WRITE-UP Problem Statement Rohm and Haas have a great product with the potential to make millions of dollars; however the end user is not aware of this product or its potential benefits due to their uninspiring promotional strategy, which really has only targeted large formulators and distributors leading to disappointing sales of Kathon MWX. The Kathon MWX has barely reached 6% of their targeted sales volume during its first five months and is nowhere near the potential $20...

    Advertising, Consultative selling, Customer service 1053  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rohm And Haas Case Analysis

    When analyzing the Rohm & Haas case, it is important to understand the current situation it finds itself in vis-à-vis Kathon MWX. Rohm & Haas, a current worldwide leader in the chemical technology industry, was founded in Germany in 1906. Since its inception, the company has significantly expanded its services into the United States market, achieving sales of $2 billion in 1983, largely derived from the company’s operations in four business segments: 1) Polymers, Resins, and Monomers, 2) Plastics...

    Chemical industry, Dow Chemical Company, Market share 1915  Words | 9  Pages

  • Rohm & Haas

    Executive Summary Rohm & Haas recently introduced a new product, Kathon MWX, in order to exploit an untapped portion (reservoir capacity under 1,000 gallons) of the biocide market. Even with limited competition within this segment, Kathon MWX has not been able to produce its annual target revenues, only capitalizing on roughly 6% of said target in a 5 month period. Large-scale distributors, who exhibit the most buyer power and influence over end customers in the industry, threaten manufacturer...

    Brand, Brand equity, Brand management 1310  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rohm and Haas Case Study 2

     Rohm and Haas Sayali Suryawanshi John F. Kennedy University Marketing Management April. 26. 2015 No. Words: 1604 1. What is Kathon MWX really worth to users (answer needs to be a dollar value that is supported through your reasoning, show formula for value) Kathon MWX’s primary benefit is that it keeps metalworking fluids in tanks clean for a longer period of time. Other competing alternatives when compared to Kathon MWX’s are less powerful and would need to replace the metalworking...

    Advertising, Biocide, Marketing 1589  Words | 6  Pages

  • Rohm & Haas

    Rohm and Haas   Executive Summary Joan Macy, Rohm and Haas (R&H) market manager for Metalworking Fluid Biocides, has the primary responsibility of marketing R&H’s new consumer packaged MWX metalworking fluid biocide aimed at the small, individual cutting fluid system market. MWX, has been on the market for the past five months, but has only $12,000 in sales when it has been projected for $84,000 during that time span. Initial surveys have shown that there is a vast potential...

    Biocide, Customer service, Machining 1389  Words | 5  Pages

  • Dow Chemical Acquires Rohm and Haas: A Case Study

    For the exclusive use of Y. Li, 2015. 9 -2 1 1 -0 2 0 REV: MAY 20, 2014 BENJAMIN C. ESTY DAVID LANE Dow’s Bid for Rohm and Haas The acquisition of Rohm and Haas is a defining step in our transformational strategy to shape the “Dow of Tomorrow”—a high-value, diversified chemical and materials company creating the largest specialty chemicals company in the United States with a leading global position in performance products and advanced materials. Andrew Liveris, Dow Chemical CEO1 We strongly believe...

    Dow Chemical Company 11245  Words | 69  Pages

  • Case Analysis on Rohm and Haas.

    Introduction 1.1Background This report has been written as part of the academic requirements of the Master of Business Administration. 1.2Size up A small part ($5.4 million) of Rohm and Haas' $1.9 billion sales (1983) is derived from the sale of metal working fluids. Currently these sales are realized through the product Kathon 886MW (886MW), which is mainly used as a maintenance biocide in central metal working systems fluid reservoirs. Because of suggestions from the current end-users and...

    Advertising, Cost, Costs 4214  Words | 22  Pages

  • Rohm and Haas

    Rohm & Haas Marketing plan for Kathon MWX (1984) 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Rohm & Haas is a diversified chemicals company. Its industrial chemicals division manufactures maintenance biocide products to the metal working industry. The company enjoys a healthy 30% market share with its Kathon 886 MW in the Central Systems segment. Rohm & Haas has recently launched Kathon MWX to target 150,000 customers in the Individual systems segment where the market for biocides is underdeveloped and has...

    Biocide, Codomain, Cost-effectiveness analysis 2937  Words | 11  Pages

  • Case Review: Rohm and Haas

    Case Review: Rohm and Haas Thayer School of Engineering 11/4/2010 Background 2 1983: $2B worldwide sale from 4 segments Kathon microbiocide products: $25M Polymers, resins, and monomers Plastics Industrial chemicals Agricultural chemicals Fluid Process chemicals Specialty chemicals Petroleum chemicals Kathon 886 MW Kathon MWX Thayer School of Engineering 11/4/2010 Background 3 Metalworking fluid: 60 million gallons in the US Biocides kill microorganisms...

    Business, Marketing, Marketing strategy 1255  Words | 9  Pages

  • Rohm and Haas

    Management Module Case: Rohm and Haas (A) – New Product Marketing Strategy Harvard Business School Summarized by Sattawat (Jet) Overview • This case raises issue for reader for further recommendation of new product strategy. • The case is written about failure in sales volume of new product launching, Kathon MWX. The product is very good compared to competitors’. However, due to poor marketing strategy, sales were much poorer than target. Case Summary • Rohm & Haas (R&H) is chemical...

    Chemical industry, Marketing, Marketing management 329  Words | 2  Pages

  • Dow Rohm and Haas

    turning point for the transformation to the” leading global specialty chemical and advanced materials Company”. On April 1 2009 DOW finally completed the acquisition of specialty chemicals maker Rohm and Haas after eight months “fight”. On July 10 2008 DOW pronounced to pay $78 per share to buy Rohm and Haas (current stock price on 9 July, $44, 83) because they expected more than $7 billion in pretax process from the joint venture, K-DOW, with a state owned Kuwait company. Due to the global financial...

    2008, 2009, Chemical companies 584  Words | 2  Pages

  • dows bid for rohm and haas

     1) Introduction The case presents an American company Dow, producer of commodity chemicals, who is in the final stages of acquiring another company Rohm and Haas. Dow’s CEO has been working for four years to transform Dow from a producer of low-value, highly cyclical commodity chemicals to a producer of high-value, specialty chemicals and advanced materials. Rohm is a perfect match for Dow in respect of the strategic and financial perspective. Dow is also pursuing another key deal...

    Capital structure, Debt, Dow Chemical Company 4941  Words | 17  Pages

  • Rohm & Haas

    Rohm & Haas is currently the market leader in metalworking fluid biocides for large scale centralized systems. To expand the company’s domain expertise to the smaller individual systems used by independent and small scale shops, Rohm & Haas introduced the Kathon MWX product this year. The first five months of the roll out of this product has been a dismal failure given a first year target of 1,350 boxes (approx $220,000 revenue ) the company has sold 74 boxes in five months. The market for biocides...

    Distribution, Market, Marketing 423  Words | 2  Pages

  • Case Study

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    Case study, Evaluation methods, Explanation 372  Words | 11  Pages

  • Rohm and Haas

    ROHM AND HAAS Joan Macey, Rohm and Haas market manager for Metalworking Fluid Biocides, was reviewing distributor purchases of Kathon MWX, a new biocide that killed microorganisms in metalworking fluids. She found that total sales to distributors for the first five months were 74 boxes against a first-year target of 1.350 boxes. “I have a super product but I can’t sell it” she said. “I am in the process of reviewing our approach of taking this product to market, but at this point I am not convinced...

    Chemical industry, Dow Chemical Company, Ferric 4318  Words | 10  Pages

  • Dows bid on Rohm and Haas

     Corporate Finance case 2 Dow’s Bid for Rohm and Haas Justin Overtoom 6132111 Rutger Go 10782923 Binghong Cheng 10824588 Xianjing Cai 10874089 23-02-2015Introduction Dow started as a manufacturer of commercial bleach in 1897, and was founded by Herbert Dow. He merged his company in 1900 with Midland Chemical, which lead to diversification of his portfolio to agricultural and food products. In 1912, Dow started to pay dividends every quarter without any reductions or interruptions...

    Chemical companies of the United States, Dow Chemical Company, Dow Corning 3153  Words | 11  Pages

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    APA style, Bibliography, Citation 478  Words | 3  Pages

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  • Rohm and Haas

    Rohm and Haas, a leader in the maintenance biocide market for large capacity reservoirs, found a unique opportunity to meet the needs of small capacity metal reservoirs via Kathon MWX. In spite of being a superior and cost effective product, the sales of Kathon MWX barely touched 6% of its annual plan in the first five months. Part of the issue was a lack of awareness of the product’s ability to resolve rancidity problems and potential cost benefits. The sales of the product were further impacted...

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