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Over next 10-15 years, the share of uPVC is expected to grow over 30% in both new and replacement sales as per the upcoming report on India uPVC Windows and Doors Market: Ken Research
Upcoming on April 2016

Whether designing a residential, commercial or institutional building, architects and owners carefully consider the qualities and long-term advantages of fenestration materials. Windows and doors provide essential protection and architectural character to a building and also adhere to various owner-driven requirements including aesthetics, cost, performance, maintenance and life cycle. Earlier, windows and doors in residential and commercial constructions in India were merely looked at as apertures in the wall, and traditionally made of mild steel, wood or aluminum and simple float glass apart from some basic hardware such as handles, shoot-bolts, hinges, etc. However, windows have come a long way from being insignificant to being recognized as the single most important area in the envelope or shell of the building for preventing energy loss and providing in-habitat comfort. Wood as the mainstay for doors and windows is fast making way for uPVC frames in most of the new, big residential projects, a switch to an eco-friendly alternative that requires little maintenance too.

 

uPVC doors and windows have several intangible benefits over their counterparts as they are fire, wind, and moisture resistant, aesthetic, long lasting, thermally and acoustically insulated, and can be customized according to individual requirements. It is a low thermal conductive material and is proved to prevent loss of energy by up to 30-35% and also prevents thermal bridging, thus avoiding condensation unlike aluminum. uPVC never rots, flakes, rusts, fades, pits, peels or corrodes. It needs only a light soapy wash and a check of the seals for maintenance.

 

Globally, the uPVC window and door system market share ranges from 60-80% in most countries while the predominant material of construction in India is still timber (in rural and in upper end constructions), mild steel (in low cost housing) and aluminum (in urban constructions). The Indian window and door market was around INR 13000 crore in year 2013-14 and the market share of uPVC windows and door profiles share was about 6-7 percent. However, growing awareness about the benefits of uPVC and demographic factors like rapid urbanization, growing concern about energy efficiency, regulatory changes and aging building stock in the country is expected to change the fortunes of the uPVC windows and doors market in the country. A United Nations report suggests that the number of Indian citizens living in urban areas will reach 900 million by 2050 amounting to 55% of its population. Massive construction is underway to respond to this urbanization. It has been estimated that the total built space in India would increase five-fold from 2005 to 2030, and by then more than 60% of the commercial built space would be air-conditioned. Over the next 10-15 years, the share of uPVC is expected to grow over 30% in both new and replacement sales, majorly fueled by the large, high rise apartment projects in urban cities.

 

Scope-India uPVC Doors and Windows Market

 

1. Appendix
2. Executive Summary
3. Value Chain Analysis of India uPVC Doors and Windows Market (Include margins at dealer, distributors and manufacturers level)
4. Production Process of India uPVC Doors and Windows Market
5. India uPVC Doors and Windows Market Introduction and Size
5.1. By Sales Value, FY’2010-FY’2015
5.2. By Sales Volume, FY’2010-FY’2015
6. India uPVC Doors and Windows Market Segmentation
6.1. By uPVC Doors and uPVC Windows, FY’2010-FY’2015
6.2. By Regions (Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern India), FY’2010-FY’2015
6.3. By Major Cities (Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai and Others), FY’2010-FY’2015
6.4. By Organized and Unorganized Sector FY’2010-FY’2015
6.5. By Raw Material Procurement (Local Market or Imported) FY’2010-FY’2015
6.6. By New Construction or Renovation, FY’2010-FY’2015
7. India uPVC Doors Market Introduction and Size by Revenues, FY’2010-FY’2015
7.1. India uPVC Doors Market Segmentation
7.1.1. By Applications (Residential, Commercial, Retail, Hotel, Hospitals and Industrial Plants), FY’2010-FY’2015
7.1.1.1. By Residential Sector (High End Villas, Medium End Houses and Budget Homes), FY’2010-FY’2015
7.1.2. By Types of uPVC Doors (Sliding Doors, Casement Doors, lift and sliding doors and other types), FY’2010-FY’2015
7.1.3. By Location of Doors (Front Door, Back door, Interior Doors, Patio Doors and others), FY’2010-FY’2015
8. India uPVC Windows Market Introduction and Size by Revenues, FY’2010-FY’2015
8.1. India uPVC windows market segmentation
8.1.1. By Applications (Residential, Commercial, Retail, Hotel, Hospitals and Industrial Plants), FY’2010-FY’2015
8.1.1.1. By Residential Sector (High End Villas, Medium End Houses and Budget Homes), FY’2010-FY’2015
8.1.2. By Type of uPVC Windows (Fixed windows, casement windows, gliding and sliding windows, awning windows, single and double hung windows and others), FY’2010-FY’2015
8.1.3. By Color or Tinted Windows, FY’2010-FY’2015
8.1.4. By Single or Double Glazed, FY’2010-FY’2015
9. Trade Scenario of uPVC Doors and Windows In India, FY’2010-FY’2015
9.1. By Exports (Value, Volume and Major Destinations),FY’2010-FY’2015
9.2. By Imports (Value, Volume and Major Destinations), FY’2010-FY’2015
9.3. Import Duty
10. Trends and Growth Drivers in India uPVC Doors and Windows Market
11. Issues and Challenges in India uPVC Doors and Windows Market
12. Porter Five Forces Analysis in India uPVC Doors and Windows Market
13. Government Regulations in India uPVC Doors and Windows Market
14. Investment Model to Setup uPVC Doors and Windows Market
15. Recent Industry Activities/Deals and Alliances
16. List of Exclusive Distributors in India for uPVC doors and Windows
17. Competitive Landscape of Major Players in India uPVC Doors and Windows Market (cover parameters such as production in volume, margins, sales, employees, major cities split, revenues from doors and windows, revenues, number of distributors, number of projects, major clients and others)
18. Company Profiles of Major Players in India uPVC doors and windows market (Cover company overview, business strategies, financial performance, product portfolio and pricing structure)
19. Market Share of Major Players in India Organized uPVC Doors and Windows Market (Fenesta, LG Hausys, Welltech Systems, Shani Corporation Ltd., VEKA India, Torfenster, Ecowin Fenster Pvt. Ltd., Lingel Windows & Doors Technologies, NCL Wintech, Encraft, Profine India, Sara Elgi, Duroplast, Asahi India Glass Limited), FY’2010-FY’2015
19.1. By uPVC Doors
19.2. By uPVC Windows
20. India uPVC Doors and Windows Market Future Outlook and Projections
20.1. By Revenues, FY’2016-FY’2020
20.2. By Segment, FY’2016-FY’2020
20.3. Cause and Effect Relationship
20.4. Analyst Recommendations
21. Macroeconomic factors in India uPVC Doors and Windows Market
21.1. Production of uPVC in India, FY’2010-FY’2020
21.2. Number of High End Villas in India, FY’2010-FY’2020
21.3. Number of Commercial Units in India, FY’2010-FY’2020
21.4. GDP from Construction Sector, FY’2010-FY’2020
21.5. FDI in Infrastructure Sector of India, FY’2010-FY’2020


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