Le marché indien du conditionnement d’air pour les bus en 2015 (en anglais)

Le marché du conditionnement d'air des autobus en Inde a progressé à un rythme annuel moyen de 35% entre 2011 et 2015.
Indian bus air conditioning market has witnessed exponential growth, growing by nearly 3.5 times at a Compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 35% for the period from 2011 to 2015.

It is projected that under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JnNURM) scheme around 50,000 buses are to be added on the roads over the next couple of years and approximately15-20% of them will be air-conditioned.

Currently, the segment has 5 large players and 10+ small players, and future growth is to come mainly from private fleet  and city transport operators. The market is expected to reach INR 6070 Million (about USD 93 millions) by 2020 at a CAGR of 20%.

Buses are the nerve centre of public transportation in many Indian cities. With most of Indian cities having an average temperature of 30°C to 40°C, a significant portion of new age buses are arriving with AC facilities, which has now become a necessity rather than a luxury. Additionally, the government is focusing on quality public transportation by floating large-scale projects to buy AC buses. The central government under the JnNURM scheme is providing financial assistance to state governments in order to improve the urban transportation system.
India is home to 3 (Mumbai, Delhi, and Kolkata) of 21 mega cities in the world. The increase in urban population and a rapid spike in urbanization is driving the need for better transportation, as well as increasing the demand for more public transport (make up 90%) facilities. The gap in urban infrastructure investment is estimated to reach a whopping USD 827 Billion in the next 20 years.

The increased per capita income, need for luxury travel, wider acceptance on increased prices by commuters, better road infrastructure, exponential increase of schools/colleges outside city limits, demand for rapid transit system and growing tourism segment have the government investing more on air conditioned buses and private fleet operators foraying in large numbers. The Government of India has launched the ‘JnNURM’ program which focuses on improving urban transportation and has allocated INR 147.5 Billion (about USD 25 Billion) to transportation improvement.

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