PRACTICAL PROJECT EXECUTION KNOW-HOW REPORT ON ALLOY WHEELS MANUFACTURING PLANT
(PRESENT and FUTURE Prospects, Market Size, Statistics, Trends, SWOT Analysis and Forecasts Upto 2020)
PUBLISHER: ENGINEERS INDIA RESEARCH INSTITUTE (EIRI), An experienced industrial consultants working over 35 years and heve published over 175 technology publications
Aluminum alloy wheels and wheel covers have the advantage of low weight and high degree of corrosion-resistance. It is the high time to boost-up this substitution because on one hand the availability of aluminum is assured as its raw material while on the other hand, the automobile industry has started looking-up after a long recessionary stretch. But, aluminium alloy wheels are more readily acceptable due to the interests in manufacturing fuel-efficient auto-vehicles.
Various incentives and concessions offered by the government to Rs. 12,000 crore automobile industry has succeeded in bringing the industry back to track. Automobile market has picked-up its demand. Maruti’s new car for exports to Europe and new tie-ups by other car manufacturers have given a new dynamism to Indian automobile industry. Tatas have promised to put India-made Mercedes on roads along with other foreign models. Reputed foreign automobile companies are entering into tie-ups with indian firms for manufacturing vehicles, in the country. Hindustan Motors will set-up a joint venture with General Motors of USA for manufacturing cars.
Similarly, Premier Automobiles Ltd. (PAL) is undergoing collaboration with French firm Peugeot to manufacture a range of motor cars, in India. According to a report, the French car manufacturing companies of repute are trying to make India their manufacturing base.
All these significant changes indicate that there will be an all round quality consciousness in the country in future.
Recently, Indian auto-ancillary industry has been plagued by problems of increase in the manufacture f spurious parts. Out of the total manufacture of auto-parts worth Rs. 3,500 crore, India exported Rs. 375 crore, to Dacwoo Motor Corporation (S. Korea), Lana Corporation (USA), and DAF (Holland), etc.
LCVs industry showed over 58% growth, despite the tight money markets, low depreciation rates and shift in the corporate purchase period. India produces cars (0.2 mm nos.), trucks (0.1 mm nos.) 6T GVW (0.10 mn nos.), and 2-wheelers (1.7 mn nos.) totaling 2 million nos. which is 3% of the world automobile vehicles production.
This scenario is felt the best for in introducing aluminium alloy wheels for auto vehicles.
AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY IN INDIA
The Government of India plans to introduce fuel-efficiency ratings for automobiles to encourage sale of cars that consume less petrol or diesel, per Mr Veerappa Moily, Union Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas, Government of India.
The Union Budget 2013-14 added some incentives to the industry. The analysis by Deloitte on the Union Budget highlighted the following points:
• The period of concession available for specified part of electric and hybrid vehicles till April 2013 has been extended upto March 31, 2015
• The basic customs duty (BCD) on imported luxury goods such as high-end motor vehicles, motor cycles, yachts and similar vessels was increased. The duty was raised from 75 per cent to 100 per cent on cars/ motor vehicles (irrespective of engine capacity) with CIF value more than US$ 40,000; from 60 per cent to 75 per cent on motorcycles with engine capacity of 800 cc or more and on yachts and similar vessels from 10 per cent to 25 per cent
• In addition, an increase in excise duty from 27 to 30 per cent has been allowed for SUVs with engine capacity exceeding 1,500 cc, while excise duty was decreased from 80 to 72 per cent, in case of SUVs registered solely to be used for taxi purposes
• An exemption from BCD on lithium ion automotive battery for manufacture of lithium ion battery packs for supply to manufacturers of hybrid and electric vehicles
• The excise duty on chassis of diesel motor vehicles for transport of goods reduced from 14 per cent to 13 per cent
The Government of India allows 100 per cent FDI in the automotive industry through automatic route. The Government also plans to accelerate the supply of electric vehicles over the next eight years. It is expected that there will be a demand for 5-7 million electricity-operated vehicles by 2020.
With special focus on exports of small cars, MUVs, two & three wheelers and auto components; the automotive sector’s contribution to the gross domestic product (GDP) is expected to double reaching a turnover worth US$ 145 billion in 2016, according to the Automotive Mission Plan (AMP) 2006-2016.
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DETAILED CONTENTS COVERED IN THE REPORT.
- 1. INTRODUCTION
- 2. PROPERTIES
- 3. B.I.S. SPECIFICATIONS
- 4. MARKET SURVEY
- 5. GLOBAL AUTOMOTIVE ALUMINIUM WHEEL INDUSTRY (2014-2016)
- 6. ALUMINUM WHEEL INDUSTRY TRANSFER TO ASIA ESPECIALLY TO CHINA
- 7. CHINA WHEEL-HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT MOST VALUABLE CLIENTS GROUP IN THE WORLD
- 8. PRODUCTION OF ALUMINUM ALLOY WHEEL IN INDIA
- 9. IMPORT AND EXPORT OF ALUMINUM ALLOY WHEEL
- 10. ALUMINUM WHEEL EXPORT DATA & EXPORT SHIPMENT
- 11. DATA OF INDIA (SEP 13 TO NOV 13)
- 12. ALUMINUM WHEEL IMPORT DATA & IMPORT STATISTICS IN INDIA (OCT 13 TO NOV 13)
- 13. INSTALLED CAPACITY, PRODUCTION & CAPACITY UTILIZATION OF ALUMINUM ALLOY WHEELS UPTO 2013
- 14. APPARENT CONSUMPTION OF ALUMINUM ALLOY WHEEL 2008 TO 2013
- 15. ESTIMATED DEMAND UPTO 2019-2020
- 16. DEMAND SUPPLY GAP 2019-2020
- 17. MANUFACTURING PROCESS
- 18. PROCESS FLOW DIAGRAM
- 19. PLANT LAYOUT
- 20. PRESENT MANUFACTURERS/ SUPPLIERS/ EXPORTERS/ DEALERS OF ALLOY WHEELS
- 21. SUPPLIERS OF RAW MATERIALS
- 22. SUPPLIERS OF PLANT & MACHINERY
- 23. SUPPLIERS/MANUFACTURERS OF ALLOY WHEEL
along with financial details as under:
- Summary of Capital Cost of Project
- Land & Side Development Exp.
- Plant & Machineries
- Misc. Fixed Assets
- Technical Know how Fees & Exp.
- Preliminary Expenses
- Pre-operative Expenses
- Provision for Contingencies
below mentioned financial statements (Annexure) will be for 5 to 10 Years
- Annexure :: Cost of Project and Means of Finance
- Annexure :: Output, Profitability and Cash Flow Chart
- Annexure :: Assessment of Working Capital requirements
- Annexure :: Sources of Finance
- Annexure :: Balance Sheets
- Annexure :: Break-Even Analysis and profitability analysis.
- Annexure :: Quantitative Details-Output/Sales/Stocks
- Annexure :: Sales Realisation
- Annexure :: Raw Material Cost
- Annexure :: Other Raw Material Cost
- Annexure :: Packing Material Cost
- Annexure :: Consumables, Store etc.,
- Annexure :: Employees Expenses
- Annexure :: Fuel Expenses
- Annexure :: Power/Electricity Expenses
- Annexure :: Repairs & Maintenance Exp.
- Annexure :: Other Mfg. Expenses
- Annexure :: Administration Expenses
- Annexure :: Selling Expenses
- Annexure :: Depreciation Charges – Profitability
- Annexure :: Depreciation Charges
- Annexure :: Interest and Repayment – Term Loans
- Annexure :: Tax on Profit
- Annexure :: Assumptions for Profitability workings
- Annexure :: Assessment of Working Capital
Total No. of Pages : 141
Author: EiRi Board of Consultants
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