Vertical Merger

A vertical merger occurs when two or more companies which operate in different fields within the same industry combine through a merger.

A vertical merger allows the merged companies to streamline their efforts and secure their production cycle by sharing control of multiple stages of the production process.

Example: A tire manufacturer uses rubber purchased from a rubber manufacturer to produce its tires. A vertical merger of both companies would give the new company or group control of the full production process.

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