Bajaj Auto - Financial Analysis Essay
Contents BAJAJ AUTO LIMITED 4 Bajaj Plant Locations 4 Industry Overview 5 Demand and Supply Position for Two-Wheelers 6 Major players in Indian Two-Wheeler Industry 9 Applicable Laws and Regulations 10 The Manufacturing Process/ Operations 12 Type of Machinery 14 List of Raw Materials 17 Raw materials/SKD/Assemblies imported 18 List of Components, Assemblies 18 Resources required - Others such as consumables 19 Resources required - Type of Labour (Process/Operation Wise) 20 Resources required – Type of Fuel and Power (Process/Operation …show more content…
2-Wheeler Segment | Regions | | South | West | North-Central | East & North-East | All India | Motorcycle | 2835
(12.9) | 4327
(16.8) | 2624
(12.5) | 883
(11.1) | 10669
(14.0) | Scooter | 203
(2.6) | 219
(3.5) | 602
(2.8) | 99
(2.0) | 1124
Note: Compound Annual Rate of Growth during 2002-03 and 2011-12 is presented in parenthesis
Source: Indian Automobile Industry: Optimism in the Air, Industry Insight, NCAER |
Table suggests two important dimensions for the two-wheeler industry. The region-wise numbers of motorcycle and scooter suggest the future market for these segments. At the all India level, the demand for motorcycles will be almost 10 times of that of the scooters. The same in the western region will be almost 20 times. It is also evident from the table that motorcycle will find its major market in the western region of the country, which will account for more than 40 per cent of its total demand. The south and the north-central region will follow this. The demand for scooters will be the maximum in the northern region, which will account for more than 50 per cent of the demand for scooters in 2011-12.
The present economic situation of the country makes the scenario brighter for short-term demand.