A large company (Bohler Uddeholm) decided it wanted to own the name and attempted to buy it. However, they found out that the name is not for sale.
Should the large corporation be allowed to use threats and intimidation to get what it wants?
(stay tuned for more)
The BÖHLER-UDDEHOLM Group is now organized into four core businesses:
- High Performance Metals (tool steel, high speed steel and specialist steels).
- Precision Strip (bimetallic strips, rule dies and cutting and creasing lines.)
- Welding Consumables (stick and wire electrodes, soldering materials)
- Special Forgings (structural components in the aerospace industry, turbine blades for gas- and steam turbines, special forgings)
Since the time of its founding, the domain has become known worldwide for economic and scientific study.
Fair Disclosure: BOHLER.com currently holds a position in BÖHLER-UDDEHOLM through ADR's (American Depository Receipts). The shares are traded in the USA under the ticker symbol -- BDHHY.
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