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ACMA Presentation

About ACMA

About ACMA

Established in 1959

Apex body of Auto Component Industry in India

Over 700+ members from the Organized sector

Represents 85% of the Industry by turnover

Represented on all Government and Industry bodies


Strategic to the Auto Sector

Offices across all Regions in the Country

An ISO 9001-2008 Institution


ACMA Excellence in Service Delivery
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ACMA Services

Promotes Indian
Automotive Component Industry

Trade Promotion

Technology
Up-gradation

Quality
Enhancement

Collection &
Dissemination of
Information

Vital Catalyst for Industrial


Development

ACMA Centre for Technology (ACT)


ACT focuses on providing technical services to ACMA
members for improving process and quality capabilities
through Cluster Programmes
ACT Clusters Programs
- ACT SME Cluster

- ACT Foundation Cluster

- ACT UNIDO Partnership Program - ACT Advance Cluster


- ACT SME Advance Cluster

- ACT Engineering Excellence Cluster

India: A Vibrant Economy

India: A Vibrant Economy


1. Largest Democracy 1.2 billion people, Growing Middle Class
2. 3th largest GDP (PPP) and 10th largest GDP (Nominal, USD 2 trillion)
3. One of the fastest growing economies 2014-15: ~ 7.5% (E)

Indias average GDP growth rate for the last five year: over 7%

4. 3rd Largest Investor base in the World


5. Robust Legal and Banking Infrastructure
6. Demographics Advantage Youth driven economy
7. Suburbanization & Rural to Urban Migration 140 million by 2020; 700 million
by 2050
8. 2nd largest pool of Certified Professionals and highest number of Qualified

Engineers in the world


9. Investment in Infrastructure

Infrastructure Development A Special Thrust

Roads

Airports

Ports

USD 16 bn

USD 36 bn
Telecommunication
Total planned
infrastructure
investments of
USD 1 Trillion*
from 2012-17

USD 172 bn

USD 172 bn
Energy

Railways

USD 331 bn

USD 117 bn

USD 10 bn for 100 smart cities

Automotive Industry in India

Automotive Clusters in India


Eicher
Escorts
Hero Moto Corp
Honda Motorcycle
Honda SIELCars
ICML
JCB

Maruti Suzuki
New Holland
Mahindra
Suzuki Motorcycles
Swaraj Mazda
Tata Motors
Yamaha

North

*New Hub: Sanand


Tata Motors, Maruti, Ford India,

Tata Motors

East
West
Bajaj Auto
Fiat
Force Motors
GM
John Deere
Mahindra
Man Force

Mercedes Benz
PSA
Skoda
Tata Hitachi
Tata Motors
Volkswagen
Volvo Eicher

Ashok Leyland
BMW
Caterpillar
South Daimler
Ford
Hyundai
Nissan

Renault
Royal Enfield
Same Deutz
TAFE
Tata Motors
Toyota Kirloskar
TVS
Volvo Buses
(Illustrative List)

Significant Manufacturing base of OEMs Indian & Global


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Where does India stand?


Largest TRACTOR manufacturer

2nd Largest TWO WHEELER manufacturer

2nd Largest BUS manufacturer

5th Largest HEAVY TRUCK manufacturer

6th Largest CAR manufacturer

8th Largest COMMERCIAL VEHICLE manufacturer


Source: SIAM

Vehicles Exported From India

Maruti - Alto

Maruti - A Star

Hyundai - i10

Hyundai - EON

Volkswagon - Polo

Tata - Indica

Hyundai - i20

Bajaj Auto - Pulsar

Mahindra - Bolero

Nissan - Micra

Hero MotoCorp Splendor


(Illustrative List)

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Vehicles Exported From India

Mahindra - Maxx

Piaggio - Ape

Tata

Mahindra - Alfa

Mahindra - Gio

Bajaj - Auto

Tata - Magic

Mahindra

Ashok Leyland
(Illustrative List)

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Passenger Vehicles Production


CAGR 2011-15: 2%
(000 units)

3,500
3,414
3,400

3,300

3,234

3,200

3,146

3,087

3,100
3,000

3,221

2,987

2,900

2,800
2,700

2010-11

Source: SIAM

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Figures for financial year April to March

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Other Vehicles Production


1000

Commercial
Vehicles
929

900

( 000 units)

833
699

698

697

700

600

600

500

500

400

400

( 000 units)

CAGR 2011-15: 3% 697

700

753

800

Tractors

800
640

613

579

545

572

300

300

200

200

100

100
0

0
2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

Commercial Vehicles include:


Small Commercial Vehicles (SCV)
Light Commercial Vehicles (LCV)

2014-15

2015-16

< 1 ton
> 1 ton but < 7.5 tons

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

Medium Commercial Vehicles (MCV)


Heavy Commercial Vehicles (HCV)

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

> 7.5 tons but <16 tons


> 16 tons
** 2015-16 Figures Awaited

(In 000 units)

Construction Vehicles*

Two & Three Wheelers


90

CAGR 2011-15: -2.6%

25000
20000
15000

16330

16584

17713

19439

19764

70

( 000 units)

69.2
62.3

14176

50.5

52

2012-13

2013-14

56

50
10000
5000

30

0
2010-11
Source: SIAM

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

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2010-11

Figures for financial year April to March

2011-12

2014-15

* E&Y Estimates
** 2015-16 Figures Awaited

Auto Component Industry in India

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Turnover - Auto Component Industry: 2015-16


CAGR: 6%
3000

40%
2556 (39.0)

2500

2348 (38.5)
2160 (39.7)
2046 (42.2)

2000

30%

2117 (35.1)

1883 (41.3)

20%

1500
11.1%
8.7%

1000

8.8%

10%

5.6%

Growth Rate in Rupee Terms

Turnover in INR 00 Crore (USD Billion)

35.9%

0%

500

-2.0%

-10%
2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

(Turnover includes supplies to OEMs, aftermarket sales and exports)

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Product Range - Auto Component Industry

Others; 7%
Electical Parts; 9%

Engine Parts; 31%


Equipments; 10%

Suspension &
Braking Parts; 12%

Drive Transmission
& Steering Parts;
19%

Body & Chassis;


12%

The Industry produces High Quality Cost Competitive


Components in all product segments.
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Auto Components Supply to OEMs

Backhoe Loaders,
2%

Others, 2%

Tractors, 8%

Two-wheelers,
22%

Three-Wheeler,
4%

PVs, 45%

HCV, 8%
MCV , 5%
SCV

Less than 2 T

LCV

2 to 7.5 T

MCV

7.5 to 16 T

HCV

More than 16 T

SCV , 1%
LCV , 4%

OEMs consumption includes locally produced Components and Imports

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800

CAGR: 18%

685 (11.2)

709 (10.8)

80%

Growth Rate in Rupee Terms

Turnover in INR 00 Crore


(USD Billion)

Exports - Auto Component Industry: 2015-16

615 (10.2)

600

60.7%

60%

527 (9.7)
427 (8.8)

40.7%

400

40%

303 (6.7)

23.3%
200

16.7%

20%
11.4%

3.5%

0
2010-11

South
America,
4%

New
Zealand &
Australia,
1%

2011-12

2012-13

2014-15

2015-16

Exports Destinations: Top 10 Countries in %

Africa, 6%
North
America,
25%

2013-14

0%

Asia, 25%

Europe,
36%
Central
America,
3%

USA

23.59

Thailand

3.18

Germany

6.96

UAE

3.15

Turkey

6.22

France

2.99

UK

5.43

Brazil

2.62

Italy

3.86

Mexico

2.59
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Exports by Region
Indias Export Growth Rate: - 15.5%
Auto Components Export Growth Rate: -3.7 %
10000

6%

3%

3%

4125 3886

2798 2722

2609 2677

Figures in USD Million

14%

1000

19%

817 699

546

30%

243

315

444

2%

80

100

78

10

Africa

Asia

Central
America

Europe

2014-15

New Zealand
& Australia

2015-16

North
America

South
America

Growth Rate in USD


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Key Auto Components Exported


Hydraulic Power Steering Systems & Steering Gear Systems and Parts
Gear boxes and parts

Exports

Parts of Diesel Engines


Parts for automobiles and earth moving Equipment
Drive-axles and parts
Spark Ignition and parts
Suspension systems and parts
Crank shaft for engines
Toothed wheels, other transmission parts
Brakes and servo-brakes; parts
(Illustrative list/ Products in random order)

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CAGR: 13%

1000

38.1%

906 (13.82)

34.3%

800

744 (13.7)

771 (12.8)

40%

829 (13.58)

30%

667 (13.8)

600

Growth Rate in Rupee Terms

Turnover in INR 00 Crore


(USD Billion)

Imports - Auto Component Industry: 2015-16

497 (10.9)

20%

400
11.6%
200

3.6%

7.5%

9.3% 10%

0%
2010-11

New Zealand
& Australia,

2011-12

North
South
America, America,
7.9%
0.5%

Africa,

Europe,
30.9%
Asia,
58.6%

Central
America,

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Origin of Imports: Top 10 Countries in %


China

23.15

USA

7.63

Germany

14.29

Italy

3.43

S Korea

11.2

UK

2.58

Japan

10.65

France

1.64

Thailand

8.07

Sweden

1.40
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Imports by Region
Indias Import Growth Rate: - 15.0%
Auto Components Import Growth Rate: 1.8% %
10000

1%

7998 8099

Figures in USD Million

8000

1%

6000

4301 4277
4000
12%

2000

31%

23%

141

24%

173

76

100

13

0
Africa

Asia

Central America

2014-15

Europe

16

9%

972 1087
83

75

New Zealand & North America South America


Australia

2015-2016

Growth Rate in USD


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Imports: Top 10 countries


4000
19%

3170

Figures in USD Million

3000

2671
3%

1929 1979

2000

2%

5%

1593 1566 1527

1448

19%
15%

1123
941

1000

821

945
5%

483 510

24% 13%

31%

293 363 315 273 276

191

0
China

Germany

Japan

South
Korea

Thailand
2013-2014

USA

Italy

UK

France

Spain

2014-15
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Capital Investment - Auto Component Industry: 2015-16

120

91-102 (2.0-2.5)
( 00 Crore ) USD Billion

100

77-92 (1.6-1.9) 69-95 (1.26-1.75)

80

60

32-44 (0.53-0.73)

27-40 (0.44-0.66 )

40

20-28 (0.33-0.46)
20

0
2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

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Aspiration 2020

5 suppliers in
global 100

USD 20-22
billion in
revenue from
overseas
assets

With Export of
USD 35 - 40
billion
Indian auto
component
industry to
cross USD
100 billion
mark

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Favorable Policy Regime


Auto Policy 2002 and Auto Mission Plan 2006-16 framework for Automotive
Manufacturing in India

Manufacturing and Imports Free from Licensing and Approvals


WTO compliant policies (no import restrictions and reduced
tariff levels)
Robust Legal system and stable Foreign Exchange regime
Joined UN-ECE WP 29 for Global Standard in Technology

Robust Indian
Automotive
Industry

Increased budgets for R&D activities


100% FDI permitted without prior Govt. approval

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Capabilities & Challenges of Indian Component


Suppliers

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Indian Suppliers Focus Global Best Practices


Industry fast embracing modern
shop-floor practices:

Focus on Quality
OHSAS
ISO 14001

162

287

TS 16949

546
651

ISO 9001

Deming
Award - 14

Japan Quality
Medal - 5

TPM Award
- 15

5-S; 7-W
Kaizen
TQM
TPM
6 Sigma
Lean Manufacturing

Shingo Silver
Medallion - 2

JIPM - 3

Largest no. of Deming Award winning companies outside Japan


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Increasing focus on Innovation and Research


Design & Research Centers of leading Global companies in India
AMD

Honeywell

Boeing

Hyundai

Bosch

Intel

Caterpillar

Magna

Continental

Mercedes Benz

Cummins

Microsoft

Ford

Renault Nissan

GM

Suzuki

GE

Valeo

Honda

(Illustrative List)
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Challenges

Challenges

High Cost of Capital


Capacity Utilization

Roads

Infrastructure Challenges & Cost

Ports

Imports - higher than exports

Power

Combating Counterfeit Parts


Skilled Manpower
Building R&D Competence & Ecosystem

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Summary
Figures in INR 00 Crs
2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Turnover

1,883

2,046

2,160

2,117

2,348

2556

Growth rate(%)

35.9

8.7

5.6

-2.0%

11.1%

8.8%

Export
Growth rate(%)

303
60.3%

427
40.9%

526
23.2%

614
16.7%

685
11.4%

709
3.5%

Import
Growth rate(%)

497
38.1%

667
34.2%

744
11.5%

771
3.6%

829
7.5%

906
9.3%

Investment

91-102

72-92

69-95

32-44

20-28

27-40
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Summary
Figures in USD Billion
2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Turnover

41.3

42.2

39.7

35.1

38.5

39.0

Growth rate(%)

34.1

2.2

-5.9

-11.5

9.6

1.3

Export

6.6

8.8

9.7

10.2

11.2

10.8

Growth rate(%)

58.6

32.3

9.9

5.4

10.0

-3.7

Imports

10.9

13.8

13.7

12.8

13.5

13.8

Growth rate(%)

36.3

26.2

-0.6

-6.3

6.1

1.8

Investment

2-2.5

1.6-1.9

1.2-1.7

0.53-0.73 0.33-0.46 0.44-0.66


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Thank You

ACMA
The Capital Court, 6th Floor, Olof Palme Marg, Munirka, New Delhi 110 067
Tel: 011-26160315, Fax: 011-26160317
E-mail: acma@acma.in, Website: www.acma.in

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