M&A and Process & Industrial Products
M&A remains a key business strategy for many companies to achieve synergies, expand their customer base, and enhance competitive position. Our resources will help you to learn more about challenges facing the process and industrial products industry and provides experienced views on the future of M&A activity. The reports also provide insights into key competencies manufacturers need to carry out acquisitions in today’s environment?
|2014 Global chemical industry M&A outlook
U.S. companies are likely to focus on higher growth investments that may offer greater product differentiation. Read this report to learn more.
|How companies can improve value through M&A
When should companies put money on the table and how can they "beat the odds" so an M&A transaction may pay off?
|2013 Global chemical industry mergers and acquisitions outlook
Overviews mergers and acquisitions regional trends in North America, Europe, and China and provides an outlook for the global chemicals industry.
Process & industrial products update: Fourth quarter 2013
The reports summarize the most recent transactions along with information on the most active buyers, current transaction valuation multiples and an overview of the public market's perception of the industry.
|Deloitte Insights podcast - Manufacturing M&A: Doing deals in a reset world
Listen to Deloitte's M&A leaders discuss the uptick in M&A activity and strategies for doing deals in a reset economy.
|Getting back in the water: Consolidation in the global steel industry
The report offers insights into overall M&A strategies of some of the major steel companies in the wake of the credit crisis and economic downturn, and describes challenges companies face in planning and executing acquisitions.
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