2019

Jun 13 Mumbai

CRISIL webinar on automotive components sector: Driving strategies for a slow lane


Summary

 

After cruising for a while, the ~Rs 3.5 lakh crore Indian automotive component sector has run into two speed-breakers.

 

Automobile sales have decelerated for two quarters even as the industry navigates regulatory challenges.

 

In the near to medium term, safety requirements, Bharat Stage VI (BS VI) emission and fuel economy norms will have a material bearing on the domestic components sector. And more disruptions are likely in the medium-to-long term because of increased adoption of electric vehicles.

 

The impact of all this would vary at the sub-segmental level within the automotive components sector. Therefore, players would need to adopt varying strategies to drive well.

 

To be sure, there would be some offset from steady aftermarket demand and export prospects.

 

In this context, CRISIL will be hosting a webinar on the automotive components sector, which will cover:

 

  • Demand drivers and outlook for the automobile and automotive component sectors
  • Impact of key regulations such as BS-VI and safety and fuel-efficiency norms
  • View on electric vehicles and possible disruptions
  • Expectation on the investment cycle
  • Outlook on profitability and credit quality

This will be followed by a panel discussion with industry experts and a Q&A session.

Dial-in Numbers for Audio

  • India Toll Free Number
    1800 120 1221 | 1 800 266 1221

    Local Access (Available all over India)
    +91-7045671221

    Universal Access
    +91 22 7115 8056 | +91 22 6280 1155

     

  • International Toll Free Numbers
    United States: 1 866 746 2133
    United Kingdom: 0 808 101 1573
    Singapore: 800 101 2045

 

For any assistance/ query, please call:
Jeemit Shah | +91 22 3342 3275 | jeemit.shah@crisil.com
Sandhya Jangre | +91 22 3342 4160 | sandhya.jangre@crisil.com