Indian Automobile Industry: An Analysis (2005-2010

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The automotive Industry in India is now working in terms of the dynamics of an open market. Many joint ventures have been set up in India with foreign collaboration, both technical and financial with leading global manufacturers. Also a very large number of joint ventures have been set up in the auto-components sector and the pace is expected to pick up even further. The Government of India is keen to provide a suitable economic, and business environment conducive to the success of the established and prospective foreign partnership ventures. $5.7 billion is the investment envisaged in the new vehicles projects. The market research report "Indian Automobile Industry - An Analysis (2005-2010)" clarifies all doubts regarding sales satisfaction index and customer satisfaction index. With the inclusion of initial quality study, and the Government policy and competitive analysis, this report in itself is a complete guide to the producers and consumers in the auto industry. REPORT HIGHLIGHTS Examines the production, sales, and export growth rates of the sector, along with a mention of the major manufacturers. Identification of the opportunities for foreign companies in terms of exports, technology transfers, strategic alliances, financial collaborations and JV's, in the Indian vehicle sector. The component-wise share of production is assessed. Assessment of the implications of vehicle emissions Porter's Five Forces Analysis of the Industry Demand forecasts till 2010. An overview of the major changes occurring in the Indian market A study of the market access strategies for companies An insight into the profiles of big players of the Indian automotive sector

Chapter 8 provides a Five Forces competitive analysis of the Indian automotive Industry.2 Light Commercial Vehicles 7.4 Two / Three Wheelers .3 Medium and Heavy Commercial Vehicles Passenger Car and Multi Utility Vehicles 7.3 Forecast Value and Volume (2004-2009) 5 Indian Automotive Industry 5. The market strategies and the current status of the industry are highlighted in Chapter 12.1 Market Overview 5. TABLE OF CONTENT 1 About The Report 2 Analyst View 3 Executive Summary 4 Global Scenario Of Automotive Industry 4. opportunity and the obstacles of Indian auto industry. while Chapter 9 highlights the advantages. Chapter 7 discuss about the performance of various Indian Vehicle Sectors.2 Competitive Landscape 4. Chapter 11 contains the demand forecasts up till 2009-10.1 7.1 Market Segmentation 4. chapter 15 and 16 details the key players in the industry and company analysis of auto ancillary industry. Chapter 6 discusses the automotive component sector. Chapter 13 covers the automotive dealer satisfaction study whereas chapter 14 includes the recent issues & developments in the industry.REPORT FEATURES The chapter 4 of the market research report "Indian Automobile Industry .2 Industry Background 6 Automotive Component Sector 7 Performance Of Indian Vehicle Sectors 7. Finally.An Analysis (20052010)" talks of the global automotive scenario whereas chapter 5 covers the Automotive Industry in India. Chapter 10 provides an overall assessment of the industry.

2 Opportunities 9.5 Ashok Leyland Limited (All) .7.6 8.1 Maruti Udyog Limited 15.5 Entry Barriers: Overall Assessment Of The Industry And Marketers In Indian Automotive Industry 9 Industry Advantages.2 Industry Rivalry 8.1 Advantages 9.1 Supplier Power 8.5 Profitability Measures 13.1 Investment 11.2 New Launches 15 Company Profiles 15.3 Threat of Substitute 8.3 Dealer Typology 13.5 Tractors 7. Agricultural Machinery and Earth Moving Equipment Porter's Five Forces Model 8. 2004 13.4 Grid Analysis 13.2 Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) 15.2 DSS Rankings 13.1 Investment In Auto Ancillary Industry 14.2 Future Outlook (2003-04 to 2009-10) 12 Market Access Strategies for Foreign Firms 13 Automotive Dealer Satisfaction Study. Opportunities and Obstacles 9.4Tata Motors Limited 15.3 Toyota Motors 15.4 Buyer Power 8.3 Obstacles 10 Overall Assessment of the Industry and Marketers in Indian Automotive Industry 11 Demand Forecast (2003-04 to 2009-10) 11.6 Regional Information 14 Recent Issues and Current Developments 14.1 Importance Of Dealer Satisfaction 13.

1. 1993-94 to 2005-06 Figure 7-5: Automotive Companies Sales (%) in Cars and Multi Utility Vehicles Sector. 2004-05 Figure 6-2: Component Production (US $ Million). 15. 1993-94 to 2005-06 Figure 7-4: Passenger Car and Multi Utility Vehicles Production (Numbers in ’000). 1997-98 to 2004-05 Figure 7-1: Market Share by Vehicle Type (%). 2004 Figure 13-2: Profitability Ranking of Two & Four Wheeler.7 Punjab Tractors Limited (PTL) 15.15. 2004-05 Figure 7-8: Indian Tractor Volumes Growth by Region (%).6 Mahindra & Mahindra Limited (M&M) 15. 1997-98 to 2004-05 Figure 6-3: Export Performance (US $ Million).1.1.1 Auto Ancillary Industry 16. 1993-94 to 2005-06 Figure 7-3: Light Commercial Vehicles Production (Numbers in ’000).9 Bajaj Auto Ltd.4 17 Appendices Bharat Forge Limited Motor Industries Company (MICO) Amtek Auto Sundram Fasteners Limited (SFL) LIST OF FIGURES & TABLES List of Figures: Figure 4-1: Global Automobiles Industry Volume (2001-2005) Figure 4-2: Global Automobiles Industry Forecast (%).1 16.8 Hero Honda Motors Limited (HHML) 15. 2004-05 Figure 8-1: Porter’s 5 Forces Analysis on Automobile Industry Figure 13-1: DSS Rankings of Two & Four Wheeler.1.10 TVS Motor Company Limited 16 Company Analysis 16.2 16.3 16. 2004-05 Figure 7-6: Total Units of Two Wheelers (2003-04 & 2004-05) Figure 7-7: Market Shares in Tractor Sector (%). 2005 . 1999-00 to 2004-05 Figure 5-3: Indian Automobile Export Numbers (2000-01 to 2004-05) Figure 6-1: Component-wise Share of Production (%). 2004 Figure 16-1: Company’s Ability to Gain Market Share. 2004-05 Figure 7-2: Medium and Heavy Commercial Vehicles Production (Numbers in ’000). 2004-2009 Figure 5-1: Segment-wise Annual Production (2000-01 to 2005-06) Figure 5-2: Gross Turnover in Indian Automobile Industry ($ Million).

Company Financials (in Million Rs). 2004 & 2005 Table 16-2: Motor Industries Company .Auto Component Industry Production (US $ Million). 2004 & 2005 Table 15-4: Mahindra & Mahindra Limited . 2004 & 2005 Table 15-6: Hero Honda Motors Limited . 2004 & 2005 Table 15-10: TVS Motor Company Limited . 1993-94 to 2004-05 List of Tables: Table 2-1: Total Automobile Sales Trend (2000-01 to 2005-06) Table 4-1: Global Automobiles Industry Segmentation by Category (%). 2004 & 2005 Table 16-3: Amtek Auto .Company Financials (in Million Rs).' 2005) Table 15-9: Bajaj Auto Limited . 2004 & 2005 Table 15-8: Bajaj Auto Limited .Company Financials (in Million Rs). 2004 Table 4-3: Global Automobiles Industry Volume Forecast (2004-2009) Table 5-1: Segment-wise Annual Production (in Numbers).Company Financials (in Million Rs).Company Financials (in Million Rs).Company Financials (in Million Rs).Sales in Domestic & Export Market (April' 2004 & Nov' 2005) Table 15-7: Hero Honda Motors Limited .Company Financials (in Million Rs).Company Financials (in Million Rs). 2004 & 2005 Table 16-4: Sundram Fasteners Limited .' 2004 & Nov.Company Financials (in Million Rs).Segment wise Growth in Automobile Industry Table 14-2: Financial Snapshot for the Sector (Q 2 2005 & 2006) Table 14-3: Company-wise Auto Sales Volumes and their YOY Growth (Q 2 2005 & 2006) Table 15-1: Maruti Udyog Limited .Company Financials (in Million Rs).Sales Volumes for Automobiles and Commercial Vehicles (1993-94 to 2004-05) .Company Financials (in Million Rs). 2004 Table 4-2: Global Automobiles Industry Segmentation by Region (%).Figure 0-1: Appendix . 2004 & 2005 Table 15-5: Punjab Tractors Limited . 2004 & 2005 Table 15-2: Tata Motors Limited . 2000-01 to 2005-06 Table 11-1: Projected Figures of Indian Automotive Industry (2003-04 to 2009-2010) Table 14-1: Domestic Sales .Total Number of Car Production (in Thousand). 2004 & 2005 Table 16-1: Bharat Forge Limited . 2004 & 2005 Table 15-3: Ashok Leyland Limited . 1996-97 to 2004-05 Figure 0-2: Appendix .Company Financials (in Million Rs).Excise Duty for Motorcycles. 2004 & 2005 Table 0-1: Joint Ventures in Auto Industry (by Firms) Table 0-2: Auto Component Industry Foreign Collaborations (by Countries) Table 0-3: Appendix . Multi-vehicles and Commercial Goods Vehicles Table 0-4: Appendix .Sales Volume (Nov.

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