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Case Study Prompt
Your client is a shipbuilder. Presently, there are a total of three tankers in the world.
The client wants to know if he should build a tanker. What would you advise him?
Case Study Overview
This Strategy& case study involves a ship builder that is considering the idea of building a tanker. Your job is to advise him on the decision – go or no-go?
You can apply the Market Study Framework to help solve this case, but don’t rely solely on 1 single framework. Use your knowledge of the frameworks to blend different frameworks in order to create a custom structure that best fits the case.
This case is similar to one you would see in a second round Strategy& case interview. The case is a good one for case interview math practice – the quantitative difficulty is 3/4, and there are several exhibits to interpret and derive insights from.
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