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These tyre stocks have an upside potential of 13 to 33%

Reliance Securities | 13 Sep, 2017  | Follow Author | Add to my Favourites 
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We envisage the domestic tyre industry to witness a healthy growth trajectory on the back of diminishing impact of demonetisation/GST roll-out and the government’s vision to double the farm income by 2022. Despite witnessing sluggishness in 2HFY17, the automobile production grew by 5.4% YoY in FY17 mainly aided by 9.4% YoY and 5.8% YoY growth in Passenger Vehicle (PV) and Two-wheeler segment, respectively. However, the Commercial Vehicle (CV) segment, which commands a larger pie in tyre consumption, grew by mere 3% YoY.


Automobile industry is still in a developing phase, as India accounts for 18 vehicles per 1,000 people as against 69 vehicles per 1,000 people in China and 786 in the USA. Though the OEMs account for ~31% of total domestic tyre consumption, there is a direct co-relation between tyre consumption and OEM production growth. The production figures of last 15 years reflect that  while the tyre production witnessed a 9% CAGR over FY02-FY17, the OEM production registered 11% CAGR during the same period.


Notably, CV segment accounts for ~55% of India’s tyre demand, while globally, this segment contributes ~25-30% to the industry volume. Low penetration of PVs in India vis-à-vis other countries is the prime reason for variation. Going forward, we foresee the PV segment to post robust volume growth due to a recovery in rural markets and growing aspiration of middle class people in urban and semi-urban areas.


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