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Old 16th February 2016, 16:59   #61
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Ford India and Volkswagen India export more number of cars than their sale in Indian car market. Ford exports 51% of their produced goods whereas Volkswagen share of export goes upto almost 60%. So for every 10 cars produced by Volkswagen India, 6 are exported. .
Well this chart does not show Renault Nissan Plant nos, otherwise Nissan's % of Exports of their total production would be higher than 70%, as their exports are almost 3 times of their domestic sales.

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By adding the numbers from the two reports, while the capacity utilization of Ford and Volswagen is same as in the Livemint report, it is higher for Maruti and Hyundai as per my calculation.
As per LiveMint's report Maruti and Hyundai are in the process of expanding their plants (Under expansion in former and will require expansion in the latter's care) so the capacity utilization would assume the newly expanded volume.
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As per LiveMint's report Maruti and Hyundai are in the process of expanding their plants (Under expansion in former and will require expansion in the latter's care) so the capacity utilization would assume the newly expanded volume.
The live mint figures mention current capacity utilisation, so IMO it does not take planned expansions.
Also the planned expansion of 15 Lakh cars by Maruti i.e. doubling the capacity by 2017, if true, then expect a multi fold increase in exports of Maruti cars worldwide from India.
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Was doing some research to understand the current utilization of the manufacturers and stumbled upon this pic from LiveMint.
Fiat, Chevrolet and Tata facilities are some of the most under-utilized ones and there is no light at the end of the tunnel for Fiat and Chevy atleast . Tata's utilization % might have been more in the past when they ranked 2nd in terms of domestic sales and hope that they will be back in the game with the slew of new launches planned in future.

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Well this chart does not show Renault Nissan Plant nos, otherwise Nissan's % of Exports of their total production would be higher than 70%, as their exports are almost 3 times of their domestic sales.
Agree that, I remember reading somewhere that Nissan's plant is one of the most utilized one for the export markets.
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On the issue of installed capacity and expansion plans for Maruti Suzuki, here is an extract of Mr Bharagava's statement published in ET Auto today.

"Maruti Suzuki, which is likely to close FY16 with a capacity of 1.45 million units, is likely create an additional 1 lakh to 1.2 lakh output next year, said RC Bhargava".

On Haryana CM's statement of Maruti Suzuki investing in another plant in Haryana, Bhargava said, "I don't think we are creating any more car manufacturing capacity."

So by end of FY17 we can expect a capacity of somewhere between 2.45 to 2.65 million units at Maruti Suzuki plants.
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