KONE is considered as one of the forerunners in bringing eco-friendly to the Indian doors market. The company offers a full range of industrial doors, loading bays, barriers, shutters for commercial and residential housing complexes. Reliable operation, durability, safety, and most importantly environmental competencies are some of the fortes that make KONE a renowned player in the Indian doors market. Some of the other renowned players in this space include Fenesta Building Systems, DORMA, Century, D. S. India, Duroplast Extrusions, Geeta Aluminum Company, Beautex, Kalco Alu-systems, Mahavir Aluminum, Sapa Building System, Reynaers Aluminum and Welltech Systems.
The profitability quotient of Indian doors market is certain to escalate in the coming years, augmented by the thriving construction sector across the country. Driven by a plethora of factors such as growing Indian population demanding comfortable lifestyles, increasing public and private spending on refurbishment & construction activities, and encouraging governmental initiations toward infrastructural development, Indian doors industry size is expected to widen its horizon in the forthcoming years. In fact, estimates claim, private equity sector investment in real estate in India was over USD 6 billion in 2016. As per a recent report put forth by IBEF (India Brand Equity Foundation), Indian real estate market is slated to record a massive valuation of USD 180 billion by 2020, another testament deemed to stimulate Indian doors industry trends in the coming years.
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Over the past few years, there has been a significant transformation in consumers’ buying preferences with regards to artistic and aesthetics quotient, a factor that has brought innumerable innovations in door quality and texture. In this regard, it is prudent to mention that uPVC doors are creating a storm in the Indian doors industry, subject to their unique advantages such as better insulation, energy efficiency, thermal insulation, diversified color options, and minimum maintenance requirement. In fact, uPVC Indian doors market is expected to witness a y-o-y growth of 8% over 2017-2024. In addition to this, leading giants of Indian doors market are also investing in enhancing their product portfolio that not only claims technological incorporations but also are environmentally viable.
Speaking of geographical aspects, West Bengal, Delhi, and Maharashtra are some of the states where the industry observes quite profound growth. In fact, estimates claim that Maharashtra alone accounted for 12% of the overall Indian doors market share, having held a revenue of USD 180 million in the year 2016. Strong pipeline of construction projects across residential, commercial, as well as industrial sectors has propelled the product demand in Maharashtra. A crucial determinant that needs to be mentioned here- the state is the second most populous region of the country, a factor that has enabled it to be strong contributor toward the overall Indian doors industry share. Another statistic that can be placed as a testament regarding the increasing refurbishment and maintenance activities in Maharashtra- as per the National population and housing survey of 2011, out of 3.36 crore registered houses in India, 2.98 crore were in Maharashtra. Taking into account these aforementioned aspects, Maharashtra is expected to continue to stand as a strong contender in the Indian doors market.
With the escalating construction space along and supportive government initiations toward manufacturing eco-friendly, fire resistant, weather proof doors for commercial and residential sectors, it is certain that Indian doors industry is all set to carve a lucrative path in the years ahead. Experts believes that in the coming period, the business space will witness an influx of even more sustainable energy efficient doors. Having held a valuation of USD 1.2 billion in 2016, Global Market Insights Inc., forecasts Indian doors market size to exceed USD 2,800 million by 2024.