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|WINDSOR is leading exporter of Car Spare Parts, having a vast sales network in many markets in Africa and Middle East Asia.|
Windsor was founded in early 1996 with the desire to make available world class aftermarket Car Spare that are produced in India. our target, though difficult, was clearly defined. For any requirement from abroad our target was to achieve the quality, finish and packaging standard of the best brand available in that particular market, We Tran scripted the product through metallurgy, manufacturing process, treatment etc. to withstand the physical tests necessary for each item. We supplemented the product with finest detailing, such as Bar Coding. All This ! to give the product our name 'WINDSOR', yet at affordable price of aftermarket.
The results were gratifying. In a short span of time our products have been acknowledged as of the highest quality coming out of India and indeed not very short of the world's best brands. Our efforts are to make a range between expensive original parts and cheap aftermarket parts.
Today, under the creative instincts, aggressive marketing techniques, visionary approach and ambitious nature of our Director, we have made rapid strides in exports and acquired a respectable status. A team of dynamic professional overseas our operations and continuous to innovate in ways that best serve our customer's interest.
Our spare parts and accessories for cars and adaptable to Suzuki, Hyundai and Daewoo. fast response to buyer inquiries is ensured by multilingual staff (specially for Franco Phone countries).
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RNCOS Releases a New Report- Booming Russian Automobile Sector
According to our new research report - “Booming Russian Automobile Sector” - the Russian automotive industry is growing at a fast pace and emerging as one of the most competitive and dynamic industries at the world level. Government initiatives and incentives are filliping the industry and attracting the foreign players to the market. These foreign auto giants are establishing their car assembly lines in the country and capturing the domestic market.
Passenger car segment dominates the domestic market of Russia and is expanding due to increasing disposable income and low interest rate. This will further act as an attractant for the foreign investors to invest in the industry.
We expect that more foreign auto giants will enter the market in future to fill the demand and supply gap. At present, a large section of passenger car demand is satisfied by new imports and its share will grow in future as Russians are looking for latest technology and new designs. The commercial vehicle market will be dominated by the Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) segment. The major part of this high demand will come from growing small- and medium-scale businesses, coupled with increasing income.
The report provides exhaustive and extensive research on the burgeoning automobile industry of Russia. It defines the market structure and growth, discusses the market drivers, analyzes the future growth areas, and studies the various parameters of the market.
Key findings of “Booming Russian Automobile Sector” include:
- Sales of passenger cars in Russia are forecasted to reach about 5.9 Million Units by 2012.
- The commercial vehicle market is projected to increase at a CAGR around 14% during 2008-2012.
- The Russian government is establishing Greenfield sites to attract foreign players.
- The stock of passenger car per 1,000 people is expected to cross 300 Units by 2012, reflecting the vast potential this market has.
- In the used passenger car market, the Russian used cars accounted for about 86.9% share in 2007.
- There is a high scope for growth of automotive component industry and dealership network in Russia.
Key questions answered in the report:
- What is the market size of the Russian automotive industry?
- Where does the Russian automotive market stands at global level?
- What are the major segments in the market and what is their growth potential?
- What are the growth prospects for the market in near future?
- Which factors are driving the market?
- What are the opportunities and constraints for automobile manufacturers?
- What is the automobile production landscape of domestic and foreign players?
- Who are the major domestic and foreign players in the market?
Information in the report has been sourced from:
Authentic and reliable sources like books, newspapers, trade journals, white papers, industry portals, government agencies, trade associations, monitoring industry news and developments, and through access to more than 3000 paid databases.
Research methodology used in the report:
RNCOS industry forecast and analysis is based on various macro and microeconomic factors, sector and industry specific databases and our in-house statistical and analytical model. This model takes into account the past and current trends in an economy, and more specifically in an industry, to bring out an objective market analysis.
Our industry experts study the relationship between various industry and economic variables to ensure the required accuracy and desired check on the quality of data and information given in the report.
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Civil Aircrafts to Drive Aerospace Industry
According to our new research report, “Aerospace Industry Forecast to 2013”, the civil aerospace segment has been driving growth in the global aerospace industry. The segment currently accounts for an estimated 25% of the global aerospace industry. In future, this share is anticipated to increase significantly on the back of increasing air passenger traffic.
The number of air passengers world-wide has substantial increased over the last few years. For instance, more than 2 Billion people traveled by air in 2006, pushing growth in the global air travel industry. Rising number of air passenger is primarily accredited to low cost airlines, growth in the global economy creating financial resources for more and more people to fly, larger planes as well as bigger and increasing number of airports. Moreover, the demand for civil aircrafts is escalating worldwide in the backdrop of increasing air travel and business activities among countries.
The future growth in civil aircraft industry can also be analyzed with the fact that airlines worldwide will require around 30,000 civil airplanes with a total value of more than US$ 3 Trillion in the next 20 years. Majority of this demand will come from emerging markets. India one of the fastest growing market will require more than 1,000 civil aircrafts worth around US$ 105 Billion in the next 20 years. Thus, increasing demand by the emerging economies will fuel growth in the civil aircraft industry.
“Aerospace Industry Forecast to 2013” provides an exhaustive research and rational analysis on the global aerospace market. This extensive research will help clients to identify market trends and evaluate leading-edge opportunities critical for the success of the global aerospace industry. The report also gives an overview on various factors stimulating growth in the aerospace market together with challenges faced by the industry.
The report covers detailed industry overview and future perspective of major developed countries including the US, Canada, Japan, United Kingdom, France and Germany. It also covers industry overview and future perspective of emerging countries such as China, India, Mexico and Brazil.
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Chinese Passenger Car Production Going Full Steam Ahead
China became the world’s second largest car producer after Japan in 2007 by overtaking Germany, says our new research report, “China Automobile Sector to 2010”. The production of passenger cars in the country is estimated to have crossed 7 Million Units by 2008.
As per the research, passenger cars stock in China during 2004-2007 was very low in comparison to consumer purchasing power that was increasing rapidly. As a result, many international automobile players found Chinese automobile market attractive for investment.
The aspirations of buying passenger car in new working and middle-class population increased substantially with rise in average per head disposable income that surged by over 116% between 2001 and 2006. Consequently, the sale of passenger cars witnessed an impressive annual growth of nearly 22% during 2006-2007. Moreover, the affluent households are giving priority to personal vehicles for transportation, helping the auto industry to roll ahead, says the report.
The Chinese automobile industry is expected to continue witnessing growth in the next couple of years on account of changing lifestyle in tier 1 and 2 cities along with growing importance of transportation mode. Thus, manufacturers are likely to see high production scenario in coming years amidst the rising demand in the domestic market.
Passenger car is just a segment covered in “China Automobile Sector to 2010”. The research also provides extensive statistical data and rational analysis on commercial vehicles, LCVs, trucks, two-wheelers etc. It thoroughly discusses the rapidly growing automobile industry, key players and past trends that enable investors to evaluate opportunities for growth and plan their strategies accordingly. The report also gives information on future prospects, challenges, growth areas, and demand and supply.
The RNCOS study further provides forecast on important aspects of the industry, including premium from passenger cars, auto steel demand, automobile production structure, automobile production, passenger car stock, passenger car sales, sports utility vehicle sales and commercial vehicle sales.
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RNCOS New Report- Turkey Automobile Sector Forecast (2008-2012)
RNCOS has recently added a new Market Research Report titled, “Turkey Automobile Sector Forecast (2008-2012)”, to its report gallery. Automobile sector plays a vital role in the Turkish economy as it has taken an important place in the export mix of the country. Automobile exports from Turkey made up nearly 75% of its total auto production in 2007, a straight growth of 18% from the previous year. Increasing export volumes are making Turkey the next export hub for automobile, says the new RNCOS research report.
The emergence of Turkey as an export center is attracting major players from across the world to invest in the auto sector. In fact, FDI inflow in the sector has been continuously increasing from past few years on account of the country’s strategic location and proximity with both European and the Middle East countries. And taking the benefits of government incentives, various automobile giants have made Turkey a gateway to enter the European auto markets.
This report comprehensively studies the Turkish automobile market, comprising of passenger cars, commercial vehicles, tractors, and automotive component market. It also evaluates the export market and opportunities for the automobile and its associated industries.
Key Findings of the Report
- Free Trade Zones (FTZs) are designed to encourage trade to and from Turkey, boosting the automobile sector of the country.
- Passenger car segment has the largest share in all aspects of the automobile industry, i.e., exports, production, imports and sales.
- Automobile production in Turkey grew by 11% in 2007 over 2006.
- Automotive component production grew at a CAGR of 21.55% during 2003–2007.
- The annual automobile production is estimated to increase to 1.8 Million by 2012.
- Exports by the Turkish automobile industry are projected to surge at a CAGR of 11.49% during 2008-2012.
Key Issues & Facts Analyzed in the Report
- What are the driving factors for the Turkish automobile industry?
- What are the trends in the automobile component industry?
- What are the opportunities for the automobile and associated industries?
- Which segment of the automobile sector holds major share?
- What would be the projected growth of the automobile industry?
- Who are the major players in the Turkish automobile industry in terms of production, exports and sales?
Research Methodology Used
The information has been taken from authentic and reliable sources like books, newspapers, trade journals, white papers, industry portals, government agencies, trade associations, monitoring industry news and developments, and through access to more than 3000 paid databases.
Methods, like historical trend analysis, linear regression analysis using software tools, judgmental forecasting, and cause and effect analysis, have been used in the report for prudent analysis.
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