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Engineering Services


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Engineering Services

  1. 1. ENGINEERING SERVICES “Globalisation of engineering services- the next frontier for India.” By:- • NIDHISHA MONGA • NIKHILESH BIDWAI • MOHD. AARIF KHAN
  2. 2. Introduction It is almost impossible to determine when engineering starts or ends. From solutions in the particular field of engineering to the regulation and standardization of the design process, engineering plays an essential role. Engineering : The function of determining the integrity of material and services in order to measure and maintain operational reliability, approve design changes, and assure their conformance with established specifications and standards. Engineering Services : Organizations primarily engaged in applying physical laws and principles of engineering in the design, development, and utilization of machines, materials, instruments, structures, processes, and systems.
  4. 4. Scope / Importance of Engineering Services • Engineering services is a growth market. • Current spending on engineering services ($750 billion) is projected to increase to $1.1 trillion by 2020. • The market is highly fragmented by industry, with : 1. Automotive at 19% 2. Aerospace at 8% 3. Utilities at 3% 4. High-Tech/ Telecom is the dominant and fastest growing sector, with 30% of the market. • While today only $10-15 billion of engineering services is offshored, the market is expected to grow to $150 -225 billion by 2020.
  5. 5. • India's current revenue base in the offshored engineering services market is about $1.5bn – relatively small as compared to its information technology and business process outsourcing sectors. • India is well-positioned to increase its market share of engineering services offshoring from 12% to 30% by 2020. • The potential engineering market in India could exceed $40 billion by 2020.
  6. 6. IT is linked to the entire value chain but engineering sits at the head of it Sales & Finance Marketing Product IT Engineering Strategy Manufacturing Sourcing Strong linkage Tertiary linkage
  7. 7. Engineering landscape is evolving more rapidly Past: Extent of Engineering (1900s) Dominant region for engineering activity Emerging regions for engineering activity
  8. 8. Engineering – Present Present: Extent of Engineering Dominant region for engineering activity Emerging regions for engineering activity
  9. 9. The Future Future: Extent of Engineering (2015) Dominant region for engineering activity Emerging regions for engineering activity
  10. 10. So yes, it is a big opportunity Market Potential for India (2004 – 2020) $40 Revenue Potential ($ Bn) $35 Defense Opportunity $30 $25 $20 Commercial Opportunity $15 $10 $5 $0 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 2020
  11. 11. TOP TWENTY ESO VENDORS 2007 RANK COMPANY 2007 RANK COMPANY 1 SATYAM 11 Mahindra Eng 2 QUEST 12 HCL Technologies 3 eServ Perot 13 Hoyt Engineering 4 Ranal 14 Infosys 5 Plexion 15 Tata group 6 Wipro 16 Hero Global Design 7 EASi 17 Entegee 8 NeilSoft 18 Onward Tech 9 Eicher 19 Rolta 10 Geometric 20 Patni
  12. 12. Where The Engineering Work Is Coming From Originator of ESO Percent Total Work 27.3 % US Engineering Firms 25.8 % International Engineering Firms 22.4 % International Manufacturers 16.3 % UK Engineering Firms 5.3 % US Manufacturers 2.9 % Japan Manufacturers
  13. 13. Where the Engineering Work is Headed Offshore ESO country of Percent of total service origin INDIA 95.9 % CHINA 2.6 % RUSSIAN & EASTERN 1.2 % EUROPE NIGERIA 0.1 % VIETNAM 0.1 % OTHERS 0.1 %
  14. 14. Yes, India leads the pack for engineering services, currently Competitive Index of Countries – Engineering Services (Present) 6 5 Competitive Index 4 3 2 1 0 India China Mexico Russia Czech Poland Hungary Thailand Philippines Egypt Ukraine Bulgaria Brazil Vietnam Romania Turkey South Republic Africa
  15. 15. …but others are catching up Competitive Index of Countries – Engineering Services (2015) 6 Competitive Index* 5 4 3 2 1 0 China India Russia Mexico Thailand Czech Poland Philipp. Hungary Egypt Ukraine Bulgaria Brazil Romania South Vietnam Turkey Republic Africa
  16. 16. Various Engineering Services • Civil engineering services • Architectural Engineering Services • Mechanical engineering services • Integrated engineering services • Global engineering services • Electrical engineering services • Contract Engineering Services • Design Engineering Services • Electronics Engineering Services • Structural Engineering Services • Fabrication Engineering Services
  17. 17. ENGINEERING SERVICE CUSTOMERS - Daimler - Chrysler Nissan - Navistar - Toyota - Fiat - Seabird Aviation - Bentley Visteon - Audi - Ford - Honda - Mazda - Volvo Construction Equipment
  18. 18. Indian Engineering Services • Indian Engineering Services are the Technical Services that meet the technical and managerial functions of the Indian Government. Government spending comprises more than 15 percent of India's GDP. • Given the extent of tasks and functions managed by the public sector this extends to a fairly broad segment of the economy covering the Railroads, Military, Public works, Power, Telecommunications, etc. • Like in most countries, the Government of India recruits its civil servants and officials on the basis of merit. The middle management positions in the bureaucracy are filled through competitive exams. Large number of people take these exams competing for limited seats. Some seats are Reserved in India for the underprivileged sections of society. • A combined competitive examination is conducted by the UPSC; for recruitment to the Indian Engineering Services (IES).
  19. 19. Dilip Chhabria – An Inspiration for Many !! Dilip Chhabria - A big name in Engineering Services Industry , is a design guru and represents the design face of Indian automobile industry. Dilip Chhabria has many firsts to his credit since he launched his venture „Dilip Chhabria Design Private Limited‟, back in 1995. A pioneer in providing Design and Prototyping services to the Indian OEM industry, the company has earned repute as a customised one-off solutions provider to individual car and multi-utility vehicle buyers.
  20. 20. Engineering Services offered by his Company : • Styling! Vehicles, Aviation and CAS • Show car and prototype build. • Customized and Armored vehicles Builds. • Special purpose vehicles Builds. • Bespoke Furniture.
  21. 21. Aston Martin Vanquish
  22. 22. OPPORTUNITIES • There is a great opportunity in the global market for offshore engineering services. It is not only a significant revenue generator, but will also place India on the global innovation map. • Engineering services offshoring could facilitate creating 150,000 to 200,000 additional jobs, up to 1,000,000 with multiplier effect. India needs to invest now to yield the required number of engineers and management professional having good knowledge of engineering services by 2020. • Geospatial technology and data will be required and play an important role for development, especially in sectors likes, airports, ports, highways, bridges, town planning, municipal, environmental, utility distribution, etc.
  23. 23. • Both, conventional power generation and refining capacities are expected to double in the next decade, in India. Additionally, it is envisaged that almost 40,000 MW of power generation capacity will be added through nuclear energy in India. This is expected to result in investments of over US $ 100 bn. • The Indian Defence and Homeland Security sector has emerged amongst the top spenders worldwide and is expected to spend over US $ 100 Billion in the next 5 years. • Engineering outsourcing Market from India to grow to $ 40bn p.a by 2020.
  24. 24. CHALLENGES • Technology is changing everyday, so you have to change faster than the market. • Customers are becoming more professional and demanding. • Attaining, training and retaining talent is difficult. • It requires high cost investment in training and development. • Engineering services mainly deals with B2B customers and thus its difficult to perform. • Engineering services need high skilled labour.