Indian Supplier Report

09-Aug-2012 | General Article (Non-News)

Backed up with insights from key figures in the Indian automotive industry, this report provides a detailed overview of the current state of the industry and the prospects for the future. The report analyses the Indian component sector and also assesses current OEM supplier relations.

Furthermore the report looks at automotive cluster development by region and outlines the challenges facing the Indian supplier industry. The report goes on to detail government policy and infrastructure development and includes the results of our recent Indian supplier survey.

Finally the report includes profiles and analysis of 120 of the key automotive suppliers in India.

Background to this research
The automotive industry in India has witnessed phenomenal growth in the three decades after the country’s government partially opened the highly regulated domestic auto market in the early 1980s and especially after the comprehensive economic reforms in 1991.

Within a relatively short period, India has emerged as a major player in the global industry. The region has achieved rapid productivity improvements and while expanding its share in global markets. The rapid growth has also prompted the entry of dynamic foreign automakers and suppliers, who have raised the bar for their Indian counterparts in terms of quality and pricing.

List of Figures and Tables
Figure 1: Vehicle Sales and Production in India (2002-2011)
Figure 2: Two-wheelers dominates Indian automotive market both in term of sales and production
Figure 3: Two-wheeler Sales and Production in India (2004-2011)
Figure 4: Three-wheeler Sales and Production in India (2004-2011)
Figure 5: Indian Light Vehicle Sales
Figure 6: Indian Light vehicle Production
Figure 7: Vehicles Sales Percentage segment in India (2011)
Figure 8: Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz sales in India (2009-2011, 2016, and 2022)
Figure 9: India Light Vehicles Sales Forecast
Figure 10: India Light Vehicles Production Forecast
Figure 11: Indian Medium & Heavy Commercial Vehicle Sales and Production (2002-2011)
Figure 12: Indian Medium & Heavy Commercial Vehicle Sales and Production Forecast (2012-2022)
Figure 13: Indian Vehicle Exports (2004-2011)
Figure 14: India s Consumer Price Inflation (Jan-09 to Jan-12)
Figure 15: India s Central Bank Lending Rates (Jan-09 to Sep-11)
Figure 16: Indian Petrol and Diesel prices (Mar-10 to Dec-11)
Figure 17: BRIC GDP Forecast (2008-2014)
Figure 18: India has one of the lowest car densities in the world
Figure 19: Vehicle Sales and Production Forecast in India (2012-2022)
Figure 20: Turnover of India s automotive parts industry
Figure 21: Components Manufactured in India by use in Vehicle
Figure 22: India’s Auto Component Export Destinations Percent Share (FY2010-2011)
Figure 23: India’s Auto Component Export Destinations Percent Share (FY2009-2010)
Figure 24: India’s Auto Component Import Locations Percent Share (FY2010-2011)
Figure 25: India’s Auto Component Import Locations Percent Share (FY2009-2010)
Figure 26: Indian export and import value in USD (2005-2011)
Figure 27: Two-wheelers and commercial vehicles continue to drive industry growth , passenger vehicles segment recorded impressive recovery
Figure 28: Production of Light Vehicle Engines and Transmissions in India
Figure 29: Indian Supplier Investments in USD (2005-2011)
Figure 30: Map of Automotive Clusters in India
Figure 31: Raw Material Prices
Figure 32: Exchange Rate – INR against USD (Jan-10 to Jan-12)
Figure 33: Exchange Rate – INR against EUR (Jan-10 to Jan-12)
Figure 34: Exchange Rate – INR against JPY (Jan-10 to Jan-12)
Figure 35: Cargo handled at major Indian ports from 2004-05 to 2010-11
Figure 36: Indian ranks third in terms of infrastructure among BRIC countries
Figure 37: Survey – More than 60% of suppliers expect India’s automotive market to grow at 10-20% over the next five years
Figure 38: Survey – High inflation and interest rates ‘very important’ challenges for suppliers
Figure 39: Survey – Retaining talent ‘most challenging’ issue for suppliers
Figure 40: Survey – Volatility in OEM demand, input costs fluctuation weigh heavy on suppliers’ minds
Figure 41: Survey – Maruti Suzuki, Volkswagen most attractive OEMs among suppliers
Figure 42: Survey – Toyota, Volkswagen and Honda most exacting about testing and validation of components
Figure 43: Survey – Maruti Suzuki, Volkswagen and Toyota rank high on demanding supplier expansion

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