Case Study Johnson
Wherever we are, there might be a Johnson Electric motor surrounding us. At home and at work, their motors range from kitchen appliances, hair dryers, toothbrushes, power tools, printers, DVD, CD ROMs, copy machines, and even vending ones. Even a typical car has Johnson Electric motors to power door locks, mirrors, wipers and washers, ABS brakes, radiator fans and fuel pumps. Over the years, they have shipped 5 billion motors to more than thirty countries in over one hundred different motor applications. Johnson Electric has every intention in maintaining their position as the growing leader in the electric motor industry.
Johnson Electrics success begins by committing to their customers which include many of the worlds leading industrial, consumer appliances and automotive companies. First of all they understand their customers needs and product application requirements, then they design and create innovative motor solutions that help their customers differentiate their products in the marketplace. Their goal is to be instrumental in the successful launch of their customers products.
Johnson Electric is all about creating customer and shareholder value; growth is the primary mean to achieve those twin goals. Inside the industries they work in, two important long-term trends support their growth.
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