Indian Auto Lubricants Aftermarket Outlook, 2017

Competition Intensity, Engine Technology, Emissions Regulations, and Customer Behavior are influencers for the Automotive Lubricants Aftermarket

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This Industry Docket throws light on the aftermarket potential for automotive lubricants in the Indian market. The potential has been assessed and presented separately by vehicle segment, i.e. 2 wheelers, passenger cars, commercial vehicles and tractors, and further by product segment, i.e. engine oil, transmission oil and grease. For lubricant suppliers that are looking to make an entry into the Indian aftermarket and are looking to understand the size of the opportunity and key attributes of stakeholder behavior in the aftermarket, this docket is the ideal and most comprehensive starting point

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Indian Auto Lubricants Aftermarket Outlook, 2017Frost & Sullivan AdvisoryHighly competitive automotive lubricants market calls for continual investments in ATL* & BTL* marketing activitiesTop issues for Global CEOs (Suppliers’ field of vison)Indian Automotive Lubricant IAM* to grow at CAGR of 5.9% by 2022; Mineral oils dominate currently, but to lose share to synthetic oilsThe Supplier Field of Vision – What to look out for in India?Key Factors Influencing the Future of the Automotive Lubricants BusinessScope & LimitationsScope & LimitationsKey Market Takeaways: IndiaGlobal Automotive Lubricants Aftermarket Top TrendsLubricants Market: Top trendsIndian Automotive Lubricants IAMIndian AL IAM– Demand Forecast FY2018/FY2022: Indian Automotive Lubricants Market – Potential by RegionsCurrent Industry TrendsCompetitive LandscapeIndian Automotive Lubricants Aftermarket: Mineral vs. SyntheticChoice of Lubricants – Top 5 Purchase ParametersChoice of Lubricants – Top 5 Purchase ParametersKey Brands by SegmentGeneral Business Practices – DistributorsGeneral Business Practices – RetailersGeneral Business Practices – RetailersGeneral Business Practices – RetailersGeneral Business Practices – MechanicsGeneral Business Practices – MechanicsAppendixGlossaryAnnexure: Our ServicesMaximize opportunities from existing products and markets; systematically explore new products, markets, including inorganic OpportunitiesOur Growth Consulting CanvasLegal Disclaimer




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