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Re: SWOT Analysis of various companies - February 27th, 2009

The data which you posted before was for the year 2002... Can i get the updated material if any one can get it...
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Re: SWOT Analysis of various companies - March 25th, 2009

can someone please send across latest SWOT analysis on Infosys alongwith it's International Business Strategy...it's really very important and urgent...
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Re: SWOT Analysis of various companies - April 11th, 2009

hi dude..this is great man..well i have some info on paint industry..check this out -
Industrial Analysis
The size of the paints market in India is estimated at Rs 110 bn, with the contribution of the organised and unorganised segments in the ratio of 65:35. Reduction of excise duties over the last few years, from 40% to the present level of 14%, has helped create a level playing field between the unorganised and the organised segments, as the former is not subject to excise duty. As the unorganised sector loses its competitive edge, it is also losing market share to the organised sector players.
In view of the low per capita annual consumption of paints in India (0.5 kg, compared to 4 kg in South East Asian countries, 22 kg in developed countries and a global average of 15 kg), the domestic paints industry has tremendous potential.
The paints industry is working-capital intensive, rather than fixed-asset intensive. As in consumer non-durables, distribution strengths and brand building are of paramount importance.
The Indian paint industry witnessed robust growth in turnover on the back of increased volumes during the festival season. Both decorative and industrial segments performed well during the quarter. Moreover, the margins received a boost with the domestic currency continuing to rise against the greenback, causing a substantial reduction in cost of imported inputs. This in turn induced some of the players in the industry to reduce the prices of select products to pass on the benefit to the customers. Further, players are going in for capacity expansions to reap the benefits of the rising demand for paints
Segments:
On product lines, paints can be differentiated into decorative or architectural paints and industrial paints. While the former caters to the housing sector, the automotive segment is a major consumer of the latter. Decorative paints can further be classified into premium, medium and distemper segments. Premium decorative paints are acrylic emulsions used mostly in the metros. The medium range consists of enamels, popular in smaller cities and towns. Distempers are economy products demanded in the suburban and rural markets. Nearly 20 per cent of all decorative paints sold in India are distempers and it is here that the unorganised sector has dominance. Industrial paints include powder coatings, high performance coating and automotive and marine paints. But two-thirds of the industrial paints produced in the country are automotive paints.
Decorative and industrial paints are the segments within the sector, in a 70:30 proportion. Brand equity, a wide range of shades, distribution strength and efficient working capital management are key success factors in the decorative paints segment. A strong distribution network acts as an entry barrier.Within the decorative segment, enamel is the largest sub-segment, accounting for over 50%, followed by wall finishes, primers and wood finishes. The season for decorative paints is from October to March, a period characterised by festivals like Diwali, and the summer, when painting is normally carried out.
The industrial segment pertains mainly to automobiles. In this segment, technological competence, product range and customised solutions are of utmost importance. Technological strength is another entry barrier. The slowdown in the automobile sector has affected the overall growth of the industrial segment, as the former contributes around 50% of the latter's revenues.
Other sub-segments are marine paints, powder coatings for white goods like refrigerators and washing machines, and industrial coatings.Within the paints sector, the proportion of the industrial paints segment is likely to increase in the next few years and the ratio is likely to become 50:50.
The demand for decorative paints is highly price-sensitive and also cyclical. Monsoon is a slack season while the peak business period is Diwali festival time, when most people repaint their houses. The industrial paints segment, on the other hand, is a high volume-low margin business. In the decorative segment, it is the distribution network that counts while in the industrial segment the deciding factor are technological superiority and tie-up with automobile manufacturers for assured business.
The share of industrial paints in the total paint consumption of the nation is very low compared to global standards. It accounts for 30 per cent of the paint market with 70 per cent of paints sold in India for decorative purposes. In most developed countries, the ratio of decorative paints vis- -vis industrial paints is around 50:50. But, with the decorative segment bottoming out, companies are increasingly focussing on industrial paints. The future for industrial paints is bright. In the next few years, its share would go up to 50 per cent, in line with the global trend.
Decorative Sector Composition ( to be check for accuracy of figures)
Enamels 50%
Distemper 19%
Emulsions 17%
Exterior Coatings 12%
Wood Finishes 2%
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Re: SWOT Analysis of various companies - April 13th, 2009

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Re: SWOT Analysis of various companies - April 15th, 2009

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Re: SWOT Analysis of various companies - May 1st, 2009

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Re: SWOT Analysis of various companies - May 22nd, 2009

Thank You
Do u have SWOT Analysis of Britannia Industries
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Re: SWOT Analysis of various companies - May 22nd, 2009

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Try downloadin this ppt for info on Indian airlines

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Also try this doc on comparative analysis of Indian arlines with other airlines

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Re: SWOT Analysis of various companies - May 22nd, 2009

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Go to this link and look out for the swot analysis on Infosys in the first post.
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