The Indian PVC pipes market is growing at a healthy rate due to tremendous government spending on infrastructure. The durability of PVC pipes along with the various applications makes it the preferred option over conventional pipes. Furthermore, the construction sector and the agricultural sector are expected to boost demand for PVC pipes in the future.
The report begins with an introduction to the global PVC market. It provides an insight into India's position in the global market with regards to lower per capita consumption creating strong opportunity in the domestic market. It also indicates the growing usage of PVC for making PVC pipes. The market overview section estimates the market size of the Indian PVC pipe market and also provides the growth rate. Segmented share of PVC pipes in the total pipes market is highlighted. Porter's analysis helps understand the dynamics in the PVC pipes market in India. The import-export section covers the quantity of PVC pipes imported and exported from India in the last four years. The slide also mentions the segmented share of import and export by major countries.
Drivers identified include growing demand of the PVC pipes due to tremendous investment by the government on infrastructure. Furthermore, growth in real estate also adds to the demand. It has also been found that agricultural sector uses PVC pipes in a big way for all their agricultural needs. The subsidies and investments doled out by the government should bolster the demand of PVC pipes. The beneficial properties of PVC boosts the demand for PVC pipes compared to other types of pipes which also gives rise to replacement demand. One of the challenges the PVC pipe market is facing is the increasing trend of crude oil prices which squeezes the profit margin of the manufacturers. The increase in price cannot be passed on to the customer due to tremendous competition. As a result, low profit margins poses as a challenge to the organized sector. The primary trends in the PVC pipes market include popularity of CPVC pipes as they have many beneficial properties and find higher application in both industrial and household uses. Since domestic demand is always very high, India has to import PVC pipes from other countries. In addition, many players are increasing their PVC pipes production capacity to meet demand.
The competition section begins with a bubble chart which provides the relative positions of the players based on their revenue, net profit and asset value or market capitalization/ asset value. The major players in the market have been profiled which includes a financial summary for each of the players. Key ratios and key contacts are also listed. The last section offers strategic recommendations for the players in the PVC pipes market.
- Table of Contents
Page 1: Executive Summary
Page 2: Global Overview: PVC Dependence on the Construction Market; Global Usage of PVC in Pipes (2008-2011); Per Capita Consumption of PVC;
Page 3: PVC Market in India - Market Size and Growth of Indian PVC Pipes, Consumption of PVC, Share of PVC Pipes (2011)
Page 4: Porter's Five Forces Analysis
Imports & Exports
Page 5: Exports: PVC Pipes - Country-wise (2009-10 & 2010-11), Exports - Value (2007-08-2011-12)
Page 6: Imports: PVC pipe - Country-wise (2009-10 & 2010-11), Imports - Value (2007-08-2011-12)
Drivers & Challenges
Page 7: Summary
Page 8-11: Drivers
Page 12-13: Challenges
Page 14: Summary
Page 15-16: Key Trends
Page 17: Bubble Chart (Based on Revenue, Net Profit/Loss, Market Capitalization)
Page 18-60: Public - Company Profiles
Page 61: Bubble Chart (Based on Revenue, Net Profit/Loss, Assets)
Page 62-79: Private - Company Profiles
Page 80: Key Strategic Recommendations
Page 81: Appendix
- List of Figures
1. PVC: Dependence on Construction Market
2. Per Capita Consumption of PVC
3. Global usage of PVC in Pipes (2008-2011)
1. Market Size and Growth of Indian PVC Pipes (2011-2015e), Share of PVC Pipes in India (2011), Consumption of PVC
Imports and Exports
1. Exports-Value (2007-08-2011-12), Exports-Country wise (2009-10-2010-11)
2. Imports-Value (2007-08-2011-12), Exports-Country wise (2009-10-2010-11)
Drivers & Challenges
1. Investment in Infrastructure (2007-12- 2012-17e)
2. Growth in Indian Real Estate (2007-12e)
3. Fluctuating Crude Oil Prices (Jan'11-Jan '12)
1. Bubble Chart
2. Company Profiles (All Companies)
a. Financial Snapshot
b. Key Business Segments (Public Companies)
c. Key Geographic Segments (Public Companies)
- List of Tables
Drivers and Challenges
1. Properties of PVC Pipes
2. Comparison between GI, CPVC and PVC Pipes
3. Capacity Expansion
4. Company Profiles (All Companies)
a. Company Information
b. Products and Services
c. Key People
d. Financial Summary
e. Key Ratios
f. Business Highlights
- Companies Covered
1. Astral Poly Technik Ltd.
2. Chemplast Sanmar Ltd.
3. Dutron Polymers Ltd.
4. Finolex Industries Ltd.
5. Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd.
6. Kamdhenu Ispat Ltd.
7. Kriti Industries (India) Ltd.
8. Prakash Industries Ltd.
9. Rungta Irrigation Ltd.
10. Texmo Pipes and Products Ltd.
11. Tulsi Extrusions Ltd.
12. Apollo Pipes Ltd.
13. Miraj Pipes and Fittings Ltd.
14. Patton International Ltd.
15. Sanco Industries Ltd.
16. Sangir Plastics Pvt. Ltd.
17. Swastick Tubes Pvt. Ltd.