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  • 1. INDIAN AUTO INDUSTRY …. the way forwardPresentation by-Sunil KakkarGeneral Manager (SupplyChain)Maruti Suzuki India Ltd
  • 2. Indian auto industry : Among the top 10 in world Two Wheelers 2nd Small Cars 3rd Commercial Vehicles 5th
  • 3. Automobile Industry – A Global Hub• 15 manufacturers of passenger cars and multi-utility vehicles,• 9 manufacturers of commercial vehicles,• 16 manufacturers two/ three wheelers,• 14 manufacturers tractors,• 5 manufacturers of engines.
  • 4. Key drivers for the growth of Indian Auto industryFinance Availability Poor public transport systemImproved Infrastructure Low car penetration Key driversRising Family Income Exchange of CarsFavorable duty structure Changing lifestyle
  • 5. Impact of infrastructure 2 key projects of strategic importance for India NHDP project: • Largest highway development project • Golden quadrilateral - Connects 4 metros • NSEW project – Connecting North, South & East, West lengths of India
  • 6. Rapid UrbanizationUrban Percentage of Total Population Rising GDP per Capita Per Capita GDP (US $) 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
  • 7. Accelerated overall growth of other industrial segments …..a key enabler to fuel auto demand
  • 8. Indian Pockets growing DeeperAnnual Income (INR) Number of Households in Expected Households in 2010(million) 2015 (million)More than1000000 1.2 3.3500000-1000000 2.4 5.5200000-500000 10.9 55.190000-200000 91.3 106.0Less than 90000 101.1 74.1TOTAL 206.9 244.0
  • 9. Indian Car Buyer getting Younger Average Age40 39 3635 333025 ? 2000 2005 2010 2015
  • 10. Passenger car penetrationPassenger car penetration (Cars / 1000 population)India 15, China 40, Europe 400 ~ 700
  • 11. Some growth forecasts for Indian auto industry• The Passenger Vehicle market of India will even cross Japan by selling about 5 million Vehicles by 2017-18.• The Indian auto exports will be upto $5.62 billion in the year ending March 2011 and the same will grow to $17.64 billion in 2015-16.• India’s share in global auto exports may also triple by 2016.• India’s passenger vehicle production projections : In 2010 – 2.6 million Vehicles By 2015 – 5.1 million Vehicles By 2020 – 9.7 million Vehicles Sources : -SIAM, ACMA & FICCI
  • 12. AUTOMOTIVE MISSION PLAN 2016 Document prepared by Government of India in consultation with ACMA & SIAM Automotive Industry viewed as “Locomotive for Growth” Turnover Export Employment $ 35 Billion $ 4.1 Billion to to + 25 million $145 billion $35 billionAutomotive Plan Will contribute 10% of the Country’s GDP and 2016 30~35% of the Industry GDP
  • 13. Segment wise vehicle production in India & Future projections for 2015 & 2020
  • 14. Indian Auto Components Industry
  • 15. Indian Auto component Industry size & Growth
  • 16. Growth projections for Domestic auto components demand
  • 17. Growth projections of Exports by Indian auto component industry
  • 18. Investment plan of automobile industry Auto Industry is expected to invest up to Rs 80,000 crore in fresh capacity in the nextfour years.• Major investments will be done by :-A.) Tata motors - Rs 8,000 Crore.B.) Maruti Suzuki – Rs 3800 CroresC.) Daimler India - Rs 3,500 Crore.D.) Toyota - Rs 3200 Crores. These investments by automakers is set to trigger expansion of capacities by componentsuppliers and the components industry will also invest Rs 54000 crores up to the end of2011.
  • 19. Technology Collage Future technological demands Fuel Emission Safety &Efficiency Reduction Durability Cost Innovative Effectiveness Features An interwoven web of often conflicting requirements
  • 20. Technology CollageFuel Efficiency and Emission Control CNG, LPG, Ethanol Fuel Cell EV Hybrids
  • 21. Technology CollageInnovative Features Key less entry Soft feel Interiors Long life components Electrically controlled Enhanced driving comfort Composites mechanisms
  • 22. Plastic Fuel Tank
  • 23. Technology CollageCost effectiveness Foam injected plastic parts Bi Fuel ECUs In-mould decoration Aluminium wiring harness
  • 24. Safety and Durability Technology Collage
  • 25. Special Steel e.g. HSS, Galvannealed
  • 26. High Strength Steel (HSS)Crash Test Improvement Weight of Crash Reduction safety same same weight absorbed energy Normal Normal High High Normal NormalStrength Strength Strength Strength Strength Strengtht=1.4mmt=1.4mm t=1.4mm t=1.4mm t=1.6mm t=1.6mm
  • 27. Example of HSS in Automobile Soft Steel Sheet590TRIP590 high-burring 590TRIP, high-burring780 780DP 690TRIP 780 780 high-burring
  • 28. Ratio of Average raw material used in a typical car % Used in Car Others, 6% Cast Iron, 3% Fluids, 13% Steel Plastics Aluminium Elastomers, 4% Glass Steel, 53% Elastomers Glass, 2% Fluids Aluminium, 5% Cast Iron Others Plastics, 14%Raw material Steel Plastics Aluminium Glass Elastomers Fluids Cast Iron Others% Used in Car 53% 14% 5% 2% 4% 13% 3% 6%
  • 29. Challenges that Indian auto industry has to address Scale up Capacities & Cost competitiveness Absorbing newer technologies Infrastructure development Improve productivity of both labour and capital Availability of cost effective Favorable and predictable capital business environment Availability of auto grade Availability of raw material technically advanced commensurate with growth material
  • 30. Auto industry looksforward for the supportof Indian raw materialindustry to meet thefuture ahead …. Let’s Achieve Together Thank You ! Thank You !