Fortis Industries' packaging division produces steel and plastic strapping. In 2007, the organization experienced an leveraged buyout. The case concentrates on the packaging division's have to keep up high productivity in a declining market for steel strapping. Since 1998, Fortis has been losing 1% every year of the steel strapping business sector. From that point forward, there has additionally been huge disintegration of costs. The division president is confronted with 1) diminishing cost to expand market share, or 2) maintain/increment income. The particular choice spins around the potential reception of a value flex framework that is intended to approve selective discounting by the division's sales personnel.
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