- Language: English
- 281 Pages
- Published: January 2012
- Region: Global
Navy Exchange Service Command: Retail - Company Profile and SWOT Report
- ID: 2295664
- October 2013
- 16 pages
- Canadean Ltd
"Navy Exchange Service Command: Retail - Company Profile & SWOT Report" contains in depth information and data about the company and its operations. The profile contains a company overview, key facts, major products and services, SWOT analysis, business description, company history as well as key employees.
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- The profile also contains information on business operations, company history, major products and services, key employees.
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Navy Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM) operates a chain of retail stores, offering general merchandise for navy personnel, retirees, and their family members. The company's products include military uniforms, electronics, kitchen and dining, home decor, sunglasses and watches, baby, shoes, motorcycle gear, tactical gear, computer and gaming, home appliances, bed and bath, beauty and fragrances, men's and women's apparel, and bags and luggage. All of the company's products are sold under established and private label brands such as Basic Concepts, MI Modern Images, Mr. Roberts, Modern Images, Basic Concepts Young Men, Digital + Life, U.S. Navy Premier Collection, Wear Now Philosophy and Exchange Select. It also provides lodging service. The company operates 100 Navy Exchange facilities, 300 NEX retail stores, 40 Navy Lodges and 158 ships stores. Additionally, it operates food outlets, gas stations, flower shops, barber and beauty salons, and tailoring shops. Furthermore, it manages the Uniform Program Management Office (UPMO), the Navy Clothing Textile and Research Facility (NCTRF) and the Telecommunications Program Office (TPO). Geographically, NEXCOM is spread across several countries including the US, Guam, Greece, Japan and Singapore. The company is headquartered in Virginia Beach, Virginia, the US. SHOW LESS READ MORE >
1 Navy Exchange Service Command - Key Employees
2 Navy Exchange Service Command - Major Products and Services
3 Navy Exchange Service Command - History
4 Navy Exchange Service Command - Company Statement
5 Navy Exchange Service Command - Business Analysis
5.1 Navy Exchange Service Command - Company Overview
5.2 Navy Exchange Service Command - Business Description
6 Navy Exchange Service Command - SWOT Analysis
6.1 Navy Exchange Service Command - SWOT Analysis - Overview
6.2 Navy Exchange Service Command - Strengths
6.2.1 Strength - Strong product and service portfolio
6.2.2 Strength - Strategic partnerships
6.2.3 Strength - Multiple channel selling strategy
6.3 Navy Exchange Service Command - Weaknesses
6.3.1 Weaknesses - Product recalls
6.4 Navy Exchange Service Command - Opportunities
6.4.1 Opportunities - Business expansions
6.4.2 Opportunities - Rising demand for private labels
6.4.3 Opportunities - Growth of web-based store concept
6.5 Navy Exchange Service Command - Threats
6.5.1 Threats - Rising labor costs in the US
6.5.2 Threats - Channel switching