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The Automotive Mission Plan AMP was drafted in to map the aspirations of the auto and auto component industry, to promote India as a preferred global manufacturing destination and introduced intervention and prescription mechanisms for promoting the industry.
The first phase of the plan was called Automotive Mission Plan and focussed broadly on five aspects: Economic growth, passenger comfort, sustainability, quality, and cost competitiveness.
AMP is likely to be formally announced by the end of the year and is expected to The indian automobile industry overview a ten-year road map. Background of AMP As per the ministry of heavy industries and public enterprises, for FYautomotive industry formed 7.
Duringthe industry created 19 million additional jobs and saved 8. Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises While a lot of ground has been covered under AMPthe industry missed out on the optimistic targets set under the plan.
Infrastructure bottlenecks, delayed reforms, policy stagnation, high interest rates, and global financial meltdown played a complex role in demand disruption. The challenges presented by demand disruption could have led to a race for innovation. However, the message was ignored and we observe the following phenomenon: Most of the auto-component players are focussed on plain vanilla manufacturing of components with limited focus on integrated system.
Some of the critical components, especially for passenger cars segment such as engine, transmission, and electronic parts are still being imported.
Aftermarket requires concentrated efforts to build global supply chain - both on-shore and off-shore capabilities, brand positioning, improved product portfolio and building pricing strategies AMP Based on the brief overview provided by the SIAM conference, AMP envisions at developing India as one of the top three automotive manufacturing hubs in the world.
Some of the salient features of AMP are as below: Made in India initiative has brand perception challenges and could be overcome only by providing value added products and services such as improved safety features, technological enhancements, and quality management.
The centres would help the industry to comply with advanced norms and help in implementing AMP. National Automotive Board NAB under the supervision of the department of heavy industries has been constituted for implementation of the plan.
Other policy initiatives The government of India has extended support to the industry by increasing customs duty on CBUs of commercial vehicles from 10 percent to 40 percent, reduction in duty on chassis for ambulance manufacturing from 24 percent to Implementation challenges AMP lacks clarity on real-time benefits for making additional capital investments and requires an implementation road map for AMP The key challenges for meeting the targets set out in the plan are alignment with global emission standards and safety norms, lack of infrastructure, urban congestion, integration of smart concepts-vehicle to vehicle and vehicle to infrastructure, meeting efficiency needs, and safeguarding intellectual property rights.
Some of the other challenges are: To help the industry leapfrog into the next generation of opportunities, we believe that a two-way road map has to be built by GoI as well as the Indian automotive industry.
While the government has to make serious efforts on policy implementation, industry has to take the onus for making Make in India a truly Made in India campaign.Automobile Industry One of the key industries propelling the Indian Economy today is the automobile Industry.
As steel, petroleum and manufacturing industries are dependent on this industry, it employs thousands of people directly or indirectly.
Performance of Auto Industry during Production. The industry produced a total 29,, vehicles including Passenger Vehicles, Commercial Vehicles, Three Wheelers, Two Wheelers and Quadricycle in April-March as against 25,, in April-March , registering a growth of percent over the same period last year.
Much has already been said, but there is still a lot to understand about the recently implemented Good and Service Tax (GST). GST has been brought into action from 1st July and it is being termed as one of biggest economic reforms of independent India.
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