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This report is a continuation of that tradition. It is an attempt to present an account of


practical knowledge and observations gathered during analysis.

This report shows the evolution of auto industry and logistics growth an Indian Perspective.

Sanjay Debnath

Department of Management Studies

Academy of Maritime Education and Training

Chennai

Tamilnadu
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

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1 Executive Summary

2 Introduction to Automotive Industry

3 Automotive Industry in India

4 Supply Chain Of Automotive Industry

5 Trends in the Automotive Industry

6 Logistics Industry: Global and Indian


Perspectives
7 Logistics Industry In India

8 Logistics Growth in India

9 Automotive component Industry

10 Logistics ² A gear for auto industry


to cut costs

11 Challenges Ahead

12 Suggestions
External Customer
i ßegislation (environment, safety, i Stagnating demand and price
others) pressure in established markets
i (aw Material and energy costs i Segmentation and polarization
i Exchange and interest rates (low cost vs. premium)
i Decreasing loyalty

Auto industry
Competition Industry
trend and
challenges
i Ëuickly entering every segment i ulobal overcapacity
i Moving targets ʹ everyone i Complex alliances, partnerships,
optimizing or restructuring M&As
i ulobal game (for example, i Consolidation ecosystem
aggressive Asian companies, new (suppliers dealer groups)
entrants)