Harley Davidson Case Study

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HARLEY-DAVIDSON CORPORATE OFFICE MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN 3700 W. Juneau Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53208 Corporate headquarter Harley-Davidson's corporate headquarters is known as Juneau Avenue. This is the birthplace of Harley-Davidson. The first factory, a wooden shed that was built in 1903, located in the backyard of the William C. Davidson family home. Since 1994, the Juneau Avenue site is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. HARLEY-DAVIDSON MUSEUM® MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN 400 W. Canal Street, Milwaukee WI 53201 Company Museum, Company Archives, Restaurants, Café, Retail Store, Meeting and Event Space The Museum is a must visit place when in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Harley-Davidson Museum® is open year-round and attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors to the area each year. It is located in a 20-acre campus that offers Motor® Bar & Restaurant, Café Racer and The Shop. HARLEY-DAVIDSON DEALER SYSTEMS VALLEY VIEW, OH 9885 Rockside Road, Suite 100, Valley View, OH 44125 Provides Dealer Management software, computer hardware, training and customer support for Harley-Davidson domestic dealer network. Harley-Davidson Dealer Systems (HDDS) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Harley-Davidson Motor Company. It is located in Valley View, Ohio, in the greater Cleveland area. POWERTRAIN…show more content…
The purchasing strategy was to gain access to a fiberglass manufacturing source for motorcycle components. In 1965, just two years later, Tomahawk Operations became the sole supplier of the fiberglass parts including sidecar bodies, saddlebags and windshields. Today Tomahawk Operations consists of two facilities; 192,000 square feet on 96 acres. Using an injection molding process cosmetic components are produced and later painted. Windshields for Harley-Davidson motorcycles and parts for sale through the Harley-Davidson® Genuine Motor Parts and Accessories business are also produced at

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