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Investment opportunities in Pharmaceuticals sector in India

  • India is expected to be the third largest global market for active pharmaceutical ingredients by 2016, with a 7.2% increase in market share.
  • Indian pharma companies registered 49% of overall Drug Master Filings (DMF) filed _in the US in 2012.
  • The Contract Research and Manufacturing Services industry (CRAMS) - estimated at USD 8 Billion in 2015, up from USD 3.8 Billion in 2012. The market has more than_1000 players.
  • The formulations industry - India is the largest exporter of formulations with 14% market share and ranks 12th in the world in terms of export value.
  • Double-digit growth is expected over the next five years.


Investment opportunities in Automobile sector in India


  • New technological changes like turbochargers and common rail systems.
  • Outsourcing to gain traction in the short to medium term.


  • Replacement market share in sub-segments such as clutches is likely to grow due to rising traffic density.
  • The entry of global players is expected to intensify competition in sub segments such as gears and clutches.

Investment opportunities in Automobile sector in India


  • The segment is estimated to witness high replacement demand, with players maintaining a diversified customer base in the replacement and OEM segments besides the exports.
  • The entry of global players is likely to intensify competition _in sub-segments such as shock absorbers.


  • TCompanies operating in the replacement market are likely to focus on establishing a distribution network, brand image, product portfolio and pricing policy.


  • Manufacturers are expected to benefit from the growing demand for sheet metal parts, body & chassis, fan belts, pressure die castings, hydraulic pneumatic instruments in the two-wheeler segment.
  • Leading players in the sheet metal parts sub-segment are in the process of expanding their customer base.


  • The Government of India has launched a National Mission for Electric Mobility (NMEM) 2020 in 2013 to foster adoption of electrical vehicles (including hybrid vehicles), and their manufacture in India.
  • It is estimated that there will be a huge demand in India for _low cost hybrid and electric vehicles (xEVs) that are suitable short-distance urban commutes (averaging 50-100 kms per trip) _and rugged enough to perform reliably in the summer and in the monsoon season in India. It is estimated that sales for such vehicles would amount to 6-7 Million units by 2020.


Investment opportunities in Automobile sector in India


  • India is the third largest producer of agro-chemicals globally.
  • India exports about 50% of its current production and exports are likely to remain a key component of the industry.


  • The specialty chemicals market has witnessed a growth of 14% in the last five years; the market size is expected to reach USD 70 Billion by 2020.
  • India is currently the world’s third largest consumer of polymers and growth in plastic demand will drive up consumption further.
  • Growth drivers include a growing construction industry and adoption of advanced coating, ceiling and polymer-based reinforcing material in construction as well as plastics, paints and coatings for the automotive sector.


  • The Indian colourant industry is valued at USD 6.8 Billion with exports accounting for nearly 75%.
  • India accounts for 16% of global industry share and this figure is expected to further increase.
  • Other segments include petrochemicals, bio-pharma, bio-agro and bio-industrial products.


Investment opportunities in Construction sector

  • Construction development in residential, retail, commercial and hospitality sectors.
  • Technologies and solutions for smart sustainable cities and integrated townships.
  • Technologies for the promotion of low cost and affordable housing.
  • Green building solutions.
  • Sustainable and environmentally friendly building materials.
  • Training and skill development of construction sector workers.
  • Smart cities.
  • Urban water supply, urban sewerage and sewage treatment.


Investment opportunities in Electrical Machinery sector


  • By 2022, the generation equipment industry in India is projected to grow to USD 25-30 Billion. The industry is sized at USD 6.7 Billion in 2012-13.

  • By 2022, the T&D equipment market in India is expected to grow to USD 70-75 Billion from USD 17.3 Billion in 2012-13.


Investment opportunities in Electronics sector

  • Setting up of Electronics Manufacturing Clusters.
  • Semiconductor Wafer Fabrication (FAB).
  • Electronic Components.
  • Semiconductor Design.
  • Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS).
  • Telecom products.
  • Industrial/ Consumer electronics.


  • Telecom Equipment (USD 34 Billion).
  • Laptops, Desktops, Tablets (USD 34 Billion).
  • LED (USD 35 Billion).
  • Consumer Electronics (USD 29 Billion).
  • Set Top Boxes (USD 10 Billion).
  • Automotive Electronics (USD 10 Billion).
  • Medical Electronics (USD 8.5 Billion)


Investment opportunities in Food Processing sector

  • Fruits and vegetables: preserved, candied, glazed and crystallized fruits and vegetables, juices, jams, jellies, purees, soups, powders, dehydrated vegetables, flakes, shreds and ready to eat curries.
  • Beverages: fruit-based, cereal-based.
  • Dairy: liquid milk, curd, flavored yoghurt, processed cheese, cottage cheese, swiss cheese, blue cheese, ice cream, milk based sweets.
  • Food additives and nutraceuticals.
  • Confectionery and bakery: cookies and crackers, biscuits, breads, cakes and frozen dough.
  • Meat and poultry: eggs, egg powder, cut meats, sausages, other value added products.
  • Fish, seafood and fish processing: processing and freezing units.
  • Grain processing: oil milling sector, rice, pulse milling and flour milling sectors.
  • Food preservation and packaging: metal cans, aseptic packs.
  • Food processing equipment: canning, dairy and food processing, specialty processing, packaging, frozen food/refrigeration and thermo-processing.
  • Consumer food: packaged food, aerated soft drinks, packaged drinking water.
  • Spice pastes.
  • Supply chain infrastructure: this niche has investment potential in food processing infrastructure, the government’s main focus is on supply chain related infrastructure like cold storage, abattoirs and food parks.
  • The establishment of food parks: a unique opportunity for entrepreneurs, including foreign investors to enter in the Indian food processing sector.


Investment opportunities in IT & BPM sector

  • The setting up of IT services, BPM, software product companies, shared service centres.
  • Fast-growing sectors within the BPM domain – knowledge services, data analytics, legal services, Business Process as a Service (BPaaS), cloud-based services.
  • IT Services and fast-growing sectors within it such as solutions and services around SMAC, IS outsourcing, IT consulting, software testing.
  • Engineering and R&D within which the fastest growing sectors are – telecom & semiconductors.


Investment opportunities in Renewable Energy sector

  • From barely 20 MW in 2011, India’s installed solar capacity has increased to 1,686 MW at the end of 2013.
  • India has vast untapped renewable energy resources, wind energy has installed capacity of 21.1 GW and an estimated potential of 102.8 GW.
  • Small hydro has installed capacity of 3.8 GW and an estimated potential of 19.7 GW.
  • Bio-power (including biomass and bagasse co-generation) has an installed capacity of 4.1GW as opposed to an estimated potential of 22.5 GW. Solar power has installed capacity of 1.7 GW against the potential of 6 GW.
  • The Solar Policy of Rajasthan notified in 2011 envisages the setting up of solar manufacturing facilities at proposed solar parks.
  • The Gujarat Solar Park also makes special provisions for encouraging on-site manufacturing facilities to provide equipment to projects coming up within the park as well as adequate repairs, maintenance and skilled manpower to service projects within the park.


Investment opportunities in Roads & Highways sector

  • The Public Private Partnership model will continue to be the favoured way of executing the remaining NHDP phases.
  • Priority expressway project for implementation on the Public Private Partnership Mode.
  • The Eastern Peripheral Expressway – a 135 km-long, 6 lane expressway with a total project cost of USD 750 Million that will decongest Delhi. The Delhi–Meerut Expressway (a 150 km long project with a total project cost of USD 1 Billion).
  • The Vadodara-Mumbai Expressway, a 473 km expressway with a total project cost of USD 4.3 Billion will provide faster access to the economic hubs of Mumbai, Vadodara and Ahmedabad.
  • The Special Accelerated Road Development Programme for the North-eastern region (SARDP-NE) is aimed at developing road connectivity between remote areas in the North-eastern region with state capitals and district headquarters, a three phase project; facilitating connectivity of 88 district headquarters in the North-eastern state to the nearest national highways.


Investment opportunities in Textiles & Garments sector

  • Entire value chain of synthetics.
  • Value added and Speciality fabrics.
  • Fabric processing set-ups for all kind of natural and synthetic textiles.
  • Technical textiles.
  • Garments.
  • Retail brands.

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