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Indian Commercial Vehicle Strategy Analysis FY 2016

  • ID: 3771602
  • Report
  • Region: India
  • Autobei Consulting Group
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The Indian Commercial Vehicle Strategy Analysis FY 2016 is the latest report that gives in-depth technical and market information. The M&HCV Industry is seeing strong demand conditions powered by a constant replacement demand and initial fleet expansion due to positive market sentiments. Growth was driven by volume expansion across all the application segments. In FY 2016, the CV Industry grew by 12%, the M&HCV segment grew in double digits of 30% and the LCV segment is almost flat by registering 0.30% growth.

On the other hand, the LCV segment continue to weaken. Some segments showed a mix response of positive and negative growth. Tata Motors is a market leader in the commercial vehicle segment with more than 44% in FY 2016.

Report Highlights:
- Macro/Micro economic trends and demographic profiles of these countries and its impact
- Market overview and segmentation based on GVW, Usage segments and geographic distribution of volumes
- Evolution of Market size and competition market share
- Brand wise, model wise domestic production and numbers for import and export volumes
- GVW wise competition sales data for last 5 years and forecast for next 10 years along with cabin type (Bonneted, COE sales) bifurcation.
- Current and future demand drivers and projections for installed production capacities
- Competition: Players and their product offerings, dealer, after sales service, warranties, financing options, buyback arrangements and any other customer strategies adopted
- Top selling Competition models SWOT
- Sales and service foot print for competitors
- Price positioning and current freebies/discount practices
- Duty cycle & operation model for similar kind of vehicles, Variant wise competition prices and Specification
- Segment wise Altitude/Climatic boundaries, loading/Overloading patterns
- Segment wise preferred features (Current and future)
- Typical Applications usage (Tipper, Cargo and Vans) by percentage
- Segment Wise – Understanding of loading patterns, road conditions, service practices , maintainability, durability and reliability expectations
- Policy, Regulations and Duties
- CKD CBU, Duty Structure, Value stream mapping
- Homologation requirement
- New technologies/Preferred Features /Expectations to be mapped for the mentioned key markets
- Network Analysis
- After Sales and parts analysis

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