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Indian Tyre Industry Analysis

Tyres offtake by different automobile segments directly reflect the pace of

economic activities in a country. The performance of commercial vehicle tyres is
directly linked to the country’s economic development. India, being the world’s
second most populous and seventh largest country in area, has been
orchestrating tremendous GDP growth for the last few years which transform into
the dynamic developments of various industries, including automobile and tyres.

According to our new research report “Indian Tyre Industry Analysis”, the
financial crisis has had moderate negative effect on the commercial vehicle
market which creates strong demand for tyres in the country. The demand for
commercial vehicles has recorded sluggish growth due to the weak performance
of infrastructure, construction, manufacturing and other sectors. However, the
commercial vehicle segment regained its growth in FY 2010 both in terms of
production and sales. The main reason for revival of growth in the commercial
vehicle segment is recuperating demand from almost all prominent sectors. It
was reflected in increasing tyres offtake during FY 2010 and tyre production grew
around 18.3% over FY 2009.

India still lags far behind other major economies when compared in terms of
radialisation. For instance, the radialisation level in Western Europe, North
America, Central Europe is around 100%, 96%, 95% respectively. Even the
world average radialisation (65%) is well ahead of Indian standards at 9.1%.
However, the penetration of radial tyres is increasing fast in the country.
Approximately 98% of passenger cars tyres now belong to radial category.
Besides, the radial tyre penetration is surging fast in the commercial vehicle and
truck & bus segment.

Our report provides an extensive research and objective analysis of the Indian
tyre industry and its different segments. The report gives authentic statistics and
information of market structure, tyre production, and demand by segments,
exports, and imports trends till FY 2014. The market potential estimations and
forecasts have also been covered for radial tyre industry and tubeless tyre
segments to empower clients with cutting edge market intelligence.

The report also contains information about the regulatory environment and the
leading industry players with focus on their business description and recent
developments. Since the performance of tyre industry depends on the availability
and prices of raw material, the report helps clients to understand the impact of
rubber prices fluctuation on the tyre industry.
Table of Content
1. Analyst View

2. Indian Tyre Industry in Global Context

3. Emerging Market Trends

3.1 Increasing Radialisation in CV Segment to Amplify Revenues
3.2 Price Hikes to Maintain Operating Margins
3.3 New Capacity Additions Favoring Radial Tyre
3.4 Overcapacity and Stiff Competition Probable in Long Run

4. Industry Overview and Outlook by 2013

4.1 Market Structure
4.2 Production
4.2.1 By Segment
4.2.2 By Company
4.3 Demand Potential
4.3.1 Passenger Cars
4.3.2 Utility Vehicle
4.3.3 Multi Purpose Vehicle
4.3.4 Commercial Passenger Carriers
4.3.5 Commercial Goods Carriers
4.4 Exports Developments
4.4.1 By Segment
4.5 Imports Scenario
4.5.1 By Segment

5. Radial Tyre Industry

6. Tubeless Tyre Industry

7. Tyre Retreading Analysis

8. Impact of Rubber Price on Industry

9. Regulatory Environment Analysis

10. Competitive Landscape Analysis

10.1 MRF
10.1.1 Business Description
10.1.2 Recent Developments
10.2 CEAT
10.2.1 Business Description
10.2.2 Recent Developments
10.3 JK Tyres
10.3.1 Business Description
10.3.2 Recent Developments
10.4 Apollo Tyres
10.4.1 Business Description
10.4.2 Recent Developments
10.5 Goodyear
10.5.1 Business Description
10.5.2 Recent Developments

List of Figures:
Figure 2-1: Share in Global Tyre Industry (2009)
Figure 4-1: Tyre Production (Million Units), FY 2007 to FY 2014
Figure 4-2: Tyre Production by Companies (%), FY 2010
Figure 4-3: Market Potential for Passenger Cars Tyres (Billion Rs), FY 2010 to
FY 2014
Figure 4-4: Market Potential for Utility Vehicle Tyres (Billion Rs), FY 2010 to FY
Figure 4-5: Market Potential for Multipurpose Vehicle Tyres (Billion Rs), FY 2010
to FY 2014
Figure 4-6: Market Potential for Commercial Passenger Carriers Tyres (Billion
Rs), FY 2010 to FY 2014
Figure 4-7: Market Potential for Commercial Goods Carriers Tyres (Billion Rs),
FY 2010 to FY 2014
Figure 4-8: Tyre Exports (Million Units), FY 2007 to FY 2010
Figure 4-9: Tyre Exports Revenues (Billion Rs), FY 2007 to FY 2010
Figure 4-10: Tyre Imports (Million Units), FY 2007 to FY 2009
Figure 5-1: Market Potential for Radial Tyres (Billion Rs), FY 2010 to FY 2014
Figure 5-2: Radialisation across Countries (%)
Figure 5-3: Radialisation by Category (%), FY 2005 to FY 2012
Figure 6-1: Market Potential for Tubeless Tyres (Billion Rs), FY 2010 to FY 2014
Figure 8-1: Cost Breakup of Raw Material Usage in Tyre Industry (%), FY 2010
Figure 8-2: Natural Rubber Prices (Rs/Kg) & Industry Operating Margins (%), FY
2005 to FY 2010
Figure 10-1: Market Share of Players in Truck & Bus Tyres (FY 2010)
Figure 10-2: Market Share of Players in Light Truck Tyres (FY 2010)
Figure 10-3: Market Share of Players in Passenger Cars Tyres (FY 2010)
List of Tables:
Table 3-1: Tyre Company’s Existing Capacities and Expansion Plans
Table 4-1: Tyre Industry Snapshot
Table 4-2: Tyre Production by Category (Million Units), FY 2009 & FY 2010
Table 4-3: Tyre Exports by Category (Units), FY 2009 & FY 2010
Table 4-4: Tyre Imports by Category (‘000 Units), FY 2008 & FY 2009
Table 9-1: Tax Structure & FY 2011 Budget Impact on Tyre Industry

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