Bobcat, Polaris form alliance

  • 21-May-2009 03:48 EDT
Polaris Industries Inc. and Bobcat Co. have formed a long-term strategic alliance to pursue work-related market segments globally. The alliance will include technology sharing, co-development, and supply of highly differentiated work vehicles with a planned launch by the second half of 2010. Initially, Polaris will produce and sell highly differentiated work vehicles to Bobcat for sale through the Bobcat dealer network. The cooperative efforts will eventually expand to include co-developed vehicles for both Polaris and Bobcat and further technology sharing.
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