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Case Code : BSTR006
Case Length : 7 Pages
Period : 1998-1999
Organization : LML, Piaggio
Pub Date : 2002
Teaching Note : Available
Countries : India
Industry : Automobile & Automotive

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Piaggio, established in 1884 in Pontedera, (Pisa, Italy), was one of the world's leading producers of motorized two-wheeled vehicles.

A leader in the European two-wheeler market, the company was also a manufacturer of three- and four-wheeled light transport vehicles and engines.

The Piaggio family owned the company until December 1999, after which Morgan Grenfell Private Equity, a member of the Deutsche Bank Group, acquired 81.5% stake.

The remaining 18.5% stake was held by Umberto Agnelli3 (10%), and Texas Pacific Group (8.5%). Piaggio entered the Indian automobile market in 1948, by launching its two-and three-wheelers in Mumbai.

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Very soon, the company signed a licensing agreement with Bajaj Auto for the production of two- and three- wheelers locally.

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