Indian Automobile sector is high on growth trajectory. And is expected to touch 10 million marks of which Commercial Vehicle Segment will contribute maximum. According to industry experts Indian Automobile sales will grow at a CAGR of 9.5% to 13008 million by 2010 from current 8.45 million units in FY05.
To tap this large opportunity, Indian automobile companies and global automotive giants have announced huge expansion plans and are seeking answers for some critical questions like
- Demand that drives the automobile industry
- Strategies required to enter Indian market
- Government policy initiatives and their impact on business
- The emerging trends in the Automobile Industry
- Behavior of different competitive forces, during next short term
- The impact of these different competitive forces
We have attempted to answer these questions, through the RNCOS Industry Information Service on Automobile Industry. We believe that our analysis and outlook of Indian Automobile industry would serve as a key input for your business decisions and performance evaluation.
The market research report by RNCOS provides a detailed analysis of competition in the industry, the future prospects, opportunities and roadblocks in the growth of the Auto sector.
This report gives an insight into the Indian automobile sector with respect to recent trends and happenings. RNCOS has undertaken porter's Five Forces Analysis to evaluate the auto industry on the level of competition. Apart from inter industry rivalry there are other forces also with which company competes in a business environment. This report provides a detailed porter analysis for the benefit of industry participants to analyze their competition and help them in better decision-making.
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.
- An overview of the major changes occurring in the Indian market
- A study of the market access strategies for companies
All the aspects related to the auto industry are taken into account in the report "Indian Auto Industry - Market Overview" by RNCOS. Chapter 1 provides the global scenario of automotive industry. Chapters 2 and 3 of the report discuss the market overview, background of the Indian Automotive Industry and the automotive component sector. Chapter 4 talks about Porter's five forces model. Chapter 5 covers the opportunities and challenges faced by the industry and the obstacles related to them. Chapter 6 discusses the market access strategies for foreign firms whereas chapter 7 covers the recent issues and developments in the industry.