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Report on India Bottled Market 2018-2023

Bottled Water

Aarkstore Market Research Enterprise entitles the new approach into a Market Research Report “Bottled Water Market In India (2018-2023)

Market insights:
Increasing health concerns, and unavailability of clean drinking water have led to the growth of the bottled water market in India. The market is expected to reach INR ~403.06 Bn by the end of 2023, from its current value of INR ~160 Bn, expanding at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of ~20.75% from 2018. Based on volume, the market is likely to reach ~35.53 Bn liters by 2023, expanding at a CAGR of ~18.25% from 2018 to 2023. The major bottled water brands operating in India are Bislery, Kinley, and Aquafina.

Stock keeping unit (SKU)-wise segment insights:
In India, bottled water is sold in four main types of SKUs – one-liter bottles, two-liter bottles, 500 milliliter bottles, 250 milliliter bottles, pouches, and barrels of 15-20 liters. Among the different SKUs, one-liter bottles have acquired the largest market share of ~42% in 2018, followed by 500 milliliter bottles and 250 milliliter bottles.

Market trends:
• Flavored bottled drinking water has become popular in India. Different kinds of flavored water containing fruit essence and artificial sweeteners like soda, cola, juice, and other sweetened beverages often act as a substitute to plain bottled water. At times consumers prefer flavored bottled water to normal bottled water. This shift is developing an opportunity to expand the product line of bottled water manufacturers in India.

• Apart from individual sales, market players in India have recently inclined towards institutional sales through partnership with airlines, movie theatres, and hotels. Such partnerships are eventually increasing the penetration of the product in the market, followed by rise in the overall sales volume in India.

Market drivers:
• India accounts for ~18% of the global population. In addition, the per-capita income of Indians witnessed a growth of ~8.6% in 2017. Moreover, increased awareness among the growing population about the importance of safe drinking water for maintaining good health, along with a sharp rise in per capita income is creating a demand for bottled water in India.
• Tourists prefer bottled water to normal tap water. The rate of foreign tourists in India is expected to increase at a rate of ~6.7% during 2015-2025. This, in turn, is anticipated to boost the sale of bottled water in India.

Market challenges:

• In recent years, a number of companies selling fake branded bottled water have cropped up in the market. These players do not maintain quality and hygiene standards, which in turn leads to health issues among consumers. As a result, consumers lose faith in bottled water, thus affecting the overall sales.
• Nearly 67% of the population resides in rural areas. However, the rate of penetration of bottled water is significantly low in these regions. This, as a result, hinders the growth of the market in India.

Companies covered:

• Bislery International Pvt. Ltd.
• Coca-Cola India Pvt. Ltd.
• Dhariwal Industries Pvt. Ltd.
• Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation
• Narang Group
• Nestle Group
• Parle Agro Pvt. Ltd.
• PepsiCo, Inc.
• Tata Global Beverages Ltd.
• United Breweries Ltd.


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Indian Foundry Market Research Report 2018 to 2023

Foundry Market

Aarkstore Market Research Enterprise entitles the new approach into a Market Research Report “Foundry Market In India (2018-2023)

India is the second largest producer of castings, globally. The Indian foundry industry produces various types of metal castings and cast components for application in the power, automotive, defense, railways, machine tools, agro machinery, tractor, earth-moving and mining machinery, electrical machinery, and oil and natural gas industries. The automobile sector is a major consumer of castings produced in the country. Currently, there are around 4,500 foundry units in the small, medium and large-scale sector. Out of these, 1500 units have international quality accreditation.

Global foundry market insights:

In 2017, global castings production witnessed an increase of ~5.3% from 2016 and reached a value of ~110 Mn tonnes. Based on total output, Russia had the highest growth in 2017, with an increase of ~8.3% in production from 2016. China increased its production by 2 Mn tonnes, reaching a total of 49.4 Mn in 2017. Increasing production of light vehicles worldwide is acting as a key growth driver for the global foundry market. The growth in production of light vehicles is expected to increase demand for new cast metal parts, across the world, and also lead to the replacement of old metal casting products with more energy efficient metal casting solutions.

India foundry market insights:

Casting production in India reached a value of 11 Mn tonnes in 2018, and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of ~12.7% from 2018 until 2023. The automobile sector consumes around 40% of castings produced in India. As of 2018, aluminum castings contributed around 15% of the total castings production in the country. The share is expected to increase considerably by the end of 2023, owing o a shift in demand from iron to lighter castings materials for manufacturing fuel-efficient automobiles and electronic vehicles (EVs). Expansion of infrastructure by the government is expected to generate demand for a wide variety of machinery and equipment such as cranes, fans, motors, appliances, pumps, conveyor equipment, etc. which, in turn, will create fresh demand for metal castings.

The major foundry clusters are located in Batala, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Agra, Pune, Kolhapur, Sholapur, Rajkot, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Belgaum, Coimbatore, and Chennai, among other Indian cities. Each of these foundry units caters to some specific end-use market. The Coimbatore cluster is famous for pump-set castings, the clusters in Kolhapur and Belgaum are known for automotive castings, and the Rajkot cluster is famous for diesel engine castings. Some of the notable companies producing metal castings include Electrosteel Castings Ltd., Hinduja Foundries Ltd., Nelcast Ltd., and Tata Metaliks Ltd., among others.

End-user segment growth insights:

Automotive: The foundry market is linked directly with the development of the overall automotive sector. The growth of the automobile industry is expected to generate a huge demand for castings producers. Based on volume, India is currently the fourth largest automobile industry, globally. The rapid growth of the automotive sector has also led to the steady development of other subsidiary industries like the auto component industry, indicating a huge demand for castings.
Pipes and fittings: The pipe sector in India is poised for steady growth due to substantial investments and capacity additions. Companies produce a wide range of steel, cement and PVC pipes, which are used in various industries. Demand for castings is expected to expand with the growth of the pipes and fittings market in India.

Power:

Consistent power supply and availability of quality electrical equipment are necessary for the growth of the Indian economy from a global perspective. As of December 2018, India had a power generating capacity of ~349.28 GW. The Government of India has targeted addition of ~88.5 GW under the 12th Five-Year Plan (2012–2017), and another ~100 GW under the 13th Five-Year Plan (2017–2022). The foundry industry is expected to benefit from such power generation installations.

Government initiatives:

A Vision Plan 2020 has been initiated by The Institute of Indian Foundrymen (IIF) to recommend the needed initiatives for rapid growth and emerge as a leading supplier of quality castings in the global market by 2020. An implementing agency for the India Foundry Mission (IFM) will have full authority to represent it, demonstrate the pilots and implement recommendations, and monitor market growth.

Key growth drivers of the market:

• Foundries across India are presently upgrading facilities and technologies in a bid to improve their productivity and increase their capacity. To cater to the growing demand, this industry is embarking on major expansions and technological initiatives, with investments of over INR 10 Bn, since 2011.
• The majority of the foundry units in India fall under the MSME sector, which has registered consistent growth over the years. There are around 51 Mn MSME units spread across the country. About 55.3% of the MSMEs are based out of rural areas, indicating the deployment of a significant rural workforce in the MSME sector.
Re-implementation of Public Procurement Policy, Pradhan Mantri MUDRA Yojana, Make in India, Startup India, and Skill India initiatives are helping in the growth of the MSME sector in the country.

Key deterrents to the growth of the market

Since most of the castings manufacturing units fall under small and medium enterprises (SMEs), they cannot use advanced technological equipment or automation due to high costs, thus limiting their marketing strength. It is challenging for them to sustain their position in the global marketplace. The inability to meet the domestic demand for castings and to supply quality products to the global market acts as a huge barrier for the industry to grow further.

Companies covered:
1. Ashok Iron Works Pvt. Ltd.
2. Brakes India Pvt. Ltd.
3. DCM Engineering Ltd.
4. Electrosteel Castings Ltd.
5. Hinduja Foundries Ltd.
6. Jayaswal Neco Industries Ltd.
7. Menon and Menon Ltd.
8. Nelcast Ltd.
9. Sanmar Foundries Ltd.
10. Tata Metaliks Ltd.


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Indian construction equipment market (2018–2023)

Construction Equipment Market In India 2023

Aarkstore Market Research Enterprise entitles the new approach into a Market Research Report “Construction Equipment Market In India (2018–2023)

Market insights:
Construction equipment includes all kinds of machines, derricks, hoists, material handling equipment, platforms, runways, safeguards, protective devices, cranes, and equipment used for other constructions. Owing to a surge in investments in the infrastructure sector, and growth of the real estate sector, the construction equipment market in India is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of ~7% till 2023, up from its 2017 value of INR 210 Bn.

Insights on segments based on equipment category:
Based on the category of equipment, the market is segmented into earth moving equipment, concrete equipment, material handling equipment, road construction equipment, and material processing equipment. Clearance of mining and construction (road building and real estate) projects in recent years have led the earth moving segment to occupy a major share of the construction equipment market, followed by concrete equipment, and material handling equipment.

Insights on segments based on equipment type:

Backhoe loaders, crawler excavators, mobile compressors, mobile cranes, compaction equipment, wheeled loaders, and crawler dozers are the most common construction equipment used in India. Among these, backhoe loaders had the highest market share in 2018, mainly due to its versatile applications.

Market trends:
The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has implemented its ‘Value Engineering Program’, which directs constructors to use innovative technologies, materials, and equipment that can reduce the overall project cost and adverse effect on the environment.

Market drivers:
The Indian government has recently invested in the infrastructure sector. Substantial investment in the development of infrastructure in India is supposed to increase the demand for different kinds of construction equipment.
The real estate market in India is expected to expand at a CAGR of ~11.54%, to reach a value of
~INR 12,0104.2 Bn by 2020, from ~INR 7004.34 Bn in 2015. The demand for construction equipment is increasing considerably in India due to the growth of the real estate market.

Market challenges:
Stringent regulations, along with increasing environmental concerns delay approvals for real estate projects in India. This, in turn, increases the overall budget of projects while slowing down the processes. Heavy equipment is rented and lie unused for months. As a result, in India, the revenue of the construction equipment market is limited. The secondary market for used construction equipment is yet to develop. This prevents the resale of equipment, which in turn reduces the overall revenue of the secondary construction equipment market.

Companies covered:

1. Action Construction Equipment Ltd.
2. Bharat Earth Movers Ltd.
3. Escorts Ltd.
4. Gujarat Apollo Industries Ltd.
5. Hercules Hoists Ltd.
6. JCB India Pvt. Ltd.
7. L&T Construction & Mining Machinery
8. Triton Valves Ltd.
9. Universal Construction Machinery and Equipment
10. Volvo Construction Equipment India

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Indian food processing market Research Report

The food processing industry

Aarkstore Market Research Enterprise entitles the new approach into a Market Research Report “Food Processing Market In India (2018-2023)

A crucial contributor to India’s social and economic growth, the food processing industry plays a central role in influencing farming and distribution practices throughout the country. It is one of the primary focus sectors under the Make in India initiative.

Market insights:
The food processing industry is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of ~11.5% between FY 2018 and FY 2023 to reach a value of INR 15,971.9 Bn in FY 2023. It is one of the largest industries in India and ranks fifth in terms of production, consumption, and exports. Large availability of food infrastructure and diverse agro-climatic conditions, among other factors, shall make India one of the largest food processing hub. Hindustan Unilever Limited, Pepsico India Holdings Private Limited, Cadbury India, Nestle India Limited, Mondelez International Incorporation, Pizza Hut (India) Private Limited, and Perfetti Van Melle India Private Limited are some of the major multinational companies (MNCs) that are investing in the Indian food processing industry.

Market segment insights:
There are 10 segments within the Indian food and beverage industry – breakfast cereals, dairy food, bakery, organic food, confectionary, ready meals, naturally healthy beverages, pet food, ingredients, and savory snacks. These segments are increasingly gaining acceptance in the country, thereby creating immense opportunities for new as well as existing industry players to expand their business operations. Among these, breakfast cereals and savory snacks are the fastest growing segments and are expected to expand at a CAGR of ~19.23% and ~33.59%, respectively during 2018 to 2023.

Processing levels in different food segments:

In terms of processing levels, India still lags compared to other developed countries, particularly in the processing of agricultural products. Less than ~10% of the total food produced in India is converted into value-added products, as against ~65% in the United States (U.S.) and ~23% in China. Only 2.2% of the fruits and vegetables produced in the country gets processed.

Government initiatives:
The Ministry of Food Processing Industries (MOFPI) has improvised fiscal incentives and several schemes for promotion of the countrys food processing industry mainly covered under Pradhan Mantri Kisan Sampada Yojana. Mega food park scheme, value addition and preservation infrastructure, infrastructure for agro-processing clusters, the scheme of cold chain, and scheme for creation/expansion of food processing and preservation capacities are some of the plans implemented for the overall growth of the food processing infrastructure. The comprehensive development of infrastructure is expected to play a significant role in the development of the overall food processing sector in the country.

Key growth drivers of the market:
Foreign direct investment (FDI) and several other government initiatives in the Indian food processing industry shall aid the countrys food value-chain and also create multiple employment opportunities, as well as investment opportunities in farming, retail, storage infrastructure, and quality control.

The Indian food processing industry is also well supported by a large number of research institutions like National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI), Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI), National Research and Development Center (NRDC) and Central Institute of Fisheries Technology (CIFT), among others, which in a way is driving the growth of the market.

Key deterrents to the growth of the market:
High cost of processed food poses a major threat to the growth of the market. A large part of the final price paid by customers comprises transportation costs and trader margins at various levels of the distribution network.
Even with the increasing disposable income of Indians, the higher price of processed foods acts as an impediment to its adoption in some cases.

Companies profiled:
ADF Foods Limited
Dabur India Limited
ITC Limited
Kohinoor Foods Limited
Vadilal Industries Limited
Nestle India Limited
Adani Wilmar Limited
Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation
MTR Foods Private Limited
Ushodaya Enterprises Private Limited


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Global Laboratory Equipment Market Research Report (2018-2023)

Laboratory

Aarkstore Market Research Enterprise entitles the new approach into a Market Research Report “Global Laboratory Equipment Market (2018-2023)

The global laboratory equipment market is projected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.0% during the 2018-2023 period, and will reach USD 84.4 Bn by 2023. Increasing life sciences research is responsible for a major part of the huge demand for laboratory equipment across the globe. The market is segmented based on technologies like spectroscopy, chromatography, flow cytometry, next-generation sequencing, etc. Increase in incidence of chronic diseases such as diabetes and respiratory ailments, and the higher demand for timely and early detection of diseases will aid the growth of the market in the near future.

Segmentation based on technologies

Based on technologies, the ‘other’ technologies segment had the highest market share (45.8%) in 2018, owing to a growing geriatric population, rapidly emerging diagnostics centers and hospitals, and technological advancements. Time-consuming operations and mechanical failure of equipment are major challenges faced by users. It is followed by the spectroscopy segment, with a market share of 21.3% in 2018. This is due to the increased demand for spectrometers in the life sciences sector for the analysis of drugs and biomolecules.

Regional insights

The North America laboratory equipment market is projected to expand at a CAGR of 7.8% during the 2018-2023 period, leading to global revenue of USD 33.7 Bn by 2023. An increasing number of clinical trials and higher funding for life sciences research will aid the growth of the market. Europe, a region characterized by high awareness and a wide range of laboratory equipment, is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 7.9% during the forecast period. The Asia-Pacific laboratory equipment market is expected to expand at the highest CAGR (8.4%) during the 2018-2023 period. Latin America, and the Middle East and Africa markets, still in the nascent stages, will also experience high growth.

Companies covered
• Danaher Corporation
• Thermo Fischer
• Agilent Technologies
• Waters Corporation
• PerkinElmer Corporation
• Bio-Rad Laboratories
• Shimadzu Corporation
• Bruker Corporation

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India Smart Lighting Market Research Report (2018-2023)

Smart Lighting

Aarkstore Market Research Enterprise entitles the new approach into a Market Research Report “Smart Lighting Market In India (2018-2023)

Market insights:

Smart lights are weather-adaptive and includes the use of Internet of Things (IoT) for lighting homes, streets, factories and commercial spaces intelligently. Lighting automation technology enables consumers to adjust lighting remotely. The Indian smart lighting market is expected to reach a value of INR 373.7 Bn by 2023, expanding at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of ~38.44% during the 2018-2023 period. Growth of the smart lighting market is owed to the government’s push in terms of the ‘Smart City Mission’, and ‘Digital India’ programs, as well as rising adoption of smart homes across the country.

The smart lighting market is segmented based on offering, lighting source, communication technology, and application type. Based on offerings, the smart lighting market is categorized into hardware, software, and services. Based on the lighting source, the market is classified into LED bulbs, downlights, batten lights, and others. Based on communication technology, the smart lighting market is categorized into wired technology and wireless technology. Based on the application type, the smart lighting market is classified into indoor use and outdoor use.

Lighting source-wise segment insights:

Among the different smart light sources used in India, the Light Emitting Diode (LED) bulbs segment holds the largest share (~68%), owing to its cost-effectiveness and energy saving features. Attractive discounts and rebates are also driving the market for LED bulbs, which are used for smart lighting across the country. The Street Light National Program of the Indian government is expected to further push the market for smart LED lights.

Communication technology-wise segment insights:
In the Indian market, wired technology dominates the communication technology segment of the smart lighting market with a share of ~62%. This is because wired communication technology is considered to be more reliable, due to the presence of various company-specific proprietary protocols.

Application-wise segment insights:
In India, ~55% of smart lighting is used indoors, while the remaining is used for outdoor applications. Steady adoption of connected lighting systems in residential and commercial zones contributes to the greater share of indoor applications in the Indian smart lighting market.

Key growth drivers of the market:
o The per capita income in India stood at INR 1,12,835 in March 2018, up from INR 1,03,870 in March 2017. Such an increase in the per capita income of Indians, along with rising awareness about contemporary technological advancements, has influenced the mindset of Indians towards using smart technologies. As a result, demand for smart lighting system has increased.
o Motion-detecting lighting systems are replacing the conventional lighting methods in the smart cities and business hubs in India. Therefore, the market players have sufficient opportunities to come up with new smart lighting technologies which are capable of developing energy-saving systems in India.

Key deterrents to the growth of the market:
o The high cost of IoT-enabled systems is hindering the growth of the smart lighting market in India. Owing to its high installation costs, Indian customers are developing antagonistic attitude towards the smart-lighting system, which in turn is negatively affecting the demand of the smart lights market across the country.
o The smart lighting systems installed in India has affected the health of the users in an adverse manner. Questions have arisen concerning the potential health implications of blue-rich and solid-state of the LED lights. It is predicted that prolonged exposure of human beings to short-wavelength high intensity visible lights is phototoxic to the retina. Consumers’ awareness about such adverse health impacts is hindering the growth of the smart lighting business in India.

Companies covered:
o Ajanta India Ltd.
o Bajaj Electricals Ltd.
o Havells India Ltd
o Osram India Pvt Ltd.
o Philips India Ltd.
o Samsung India Electronics Pvt. Ltd.
o Schneider Electric India Pvt. Ltd.
o Syska LED Lights Pvt Ltd.
o Wipro Ltd.

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Bio Pharmaceutical India Market Research Report

Bio-Pharmaceuticals Market

Aarkstore Market Research Enterprise entitles the new approach into a Market Research Report “Bio-Pharmaceuticals Market In India

Bio-pharmaceutical products are manufactured in the form of complex macromolecules developed through genetic manipulation of living organisms using gene cloning, recombination of DNA and cell fusion. The biotechnology industry comprises bio-pharmaceuticals, bio-agriculture, bio-informatics, bio-services, and bio-industry.

Bio-pharmaceuticals Industry in India (2018-2023)

Market insights:
The bio-pharmaceuticals market in India is expected to reach a value of INR 2,891.70 Bn in FY 2023, expanding at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of ~31.7% since FY 2018. India caters to nearly 50% of the global demand for pharmaceutical products, most of which are based on the usage of biotechnological applications. Currently, bio-pharmaceuticals is one of the fastest growing biotechnology segments in India. The significant bio-pharmaceutical clusters of India are located in Haridwar, Sikkim, Hyderabad, Vishakhapatnam, Chennai, Pondicherry, Mysore, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, and Delhi NCR.

Government initiatives and investments:
The major investors in the Indian bio-pharmaceutical market are AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), Nipro and Otsuka. In 2017, 46 mergers and acquisition (M&A) deals were signed in the Indian bio-pharmaceutical market, generating business worth INR 94.77 Bn. The Indian government has taken the initiative to set up an electronic platform for regulating online pharmacies. ‘Pharma Vision 2020’ has been unveiled so that India can emerge as a global leader in terms of end-to-end drug manufacturing.

Key growth drivers of the market:
India comprises of ~0.13 Mn highly skilled and experienced scientists who serve as a strong support system for the business process of the bio-pharmaceutical industry. With the help of the educational qualifications and skillset of these people, India is considered to be a significant center for bio-pharmaceutical research and development (R&D), especially for vaccine manufacturing.
The Government of India has approved an investment of INR 15,000 Mn under the Innovate in India (i3) program, for collaboration of industrial organizations and academic organizations over the next five years. This program is considered to act as a significant action of the Government in its way of boosting bio-pharmaceutical production in the country.

Key deterrents to the growth of the market:

It often takes a long time for the manufacturing companies to launch a new market-ready bio-pharmaceutical product in India due to the existence of numerous regulatory challenges in the process.
Also, the Indian bio-pharmaceutical industry lacks proper infrastructure regarding limited government-sponsored laboratory space, consumables, chemical components, and equipment, which acts as a significant hindrance to the growth of the market.

Companies covered:
Biocon Ltd.
Cadila Healthcare Ltd.
Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd.
Panacea Biotec Ltd.
Wockhardt Ltd.
GSK Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
Bharat Biotech International Ltd.
Bharat Serums and Vaccines Ltd.
Indian Immunologicals Ltd.
Serum Institute of India Pvt. Ltd.


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