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Brazil Tyre Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2019

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Brazil Tyre Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2019

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Brazil is the fourth-largest auto market across the globe after China, US and Japan in terms of sales, but ranks seventh in terms of production. Rising domestic demand, per capita income, number of skilled workforce and technological developments have attracted significant foreign direct investment into the country over the last decade. Major global auto manufacturers such as Fiat, Toyota, Hyundai, Volkswagen, Ford, GM and Nissan intend to either establish a new manufacturing facility or expand their existing production facilities in Brazil to meet the future demand. As a result, the tyre market in Brazil is anticipated to grow significantly during the forecast period. In addition, Brazil is expected to organize the mega sport events like FIFA World Cup 2014 and Olympic Games 2016, which is likely to boost the country's construction and infrastructure sectors, leading to higher auto demand in the country.

According to "Brazil Tyre Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2019", the tyre market in Brazil is projected to grow at a CAGR of 8% during 2014-19 in volume terms due to increasing automobile sales coupled with favorable policies for auto industry by the Brazilian government. Lowering of taxes for vehicles as well as introduction of Inovar-Auto program are expected to attract global manufacturers to produce automotive vehicles and components in Brazil as companies have opportunity to receive up to 30% tax discount offered by the government. This is expected to consequently drive the automotive vehicles and tyres markets in Brazil over the next five years. The Brazilian tyre market is largely dominated by the global players such as Pirelli, Michelin, Bridgestone, Goodyear, Continental AG and Rinaldi.

"Brazil Tyre Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2019", discusses the following aspects related to tyre industry in Brazil:

• Brazil Tyre Market Size, Share & Forecast.• Brazil Replacements & Retreated Tyre Market Analysis• Segmental Analysis – Passenger Car Tyres, Two Wheeler Tyres, Commercial Vehicle Tyres and OTR Tyres• Changing Market Trends & Emerging Opportunities• Competitive Landscape & Strategic Recommendations

Why You Should Buy This Report?

• To gain an in-depth understanding of tyre industry dynamics in Brazil.• To identify the on-going trends and anticipated growth in the coming years• To help industry consultants, manufacturers and other stakeholders to align their market-centric strategies• To obtain research based business decision and add weight to presentations and marketing materials.• To gain competitive knowledge of leading players.• To avail 10% customization in the report without any extra charges and get the research data or trends added in the report as per the buyer's specific needs

Report Methodology

The information contained in this report is based upon both primary and secondary sources. Primary research included interviews with tyre manufacturers and channel partners. Secondary research included an exhaustive search of relevant publications like company annual reports, financial reports and proprietary databases.1. Executive Summary2. Brazil Tyre Market Outlook2.1. Production2.1.1. By Segment2.1.2. By Region2.2. Market Size & Forecast2.2.1. By Value2.2.2. By Volume2.3. Market Share & Forecast2.3.1. By Segment2.3.2. By Sales Channel2.3.3. By Company2.3.4. By OEMs2.3.5. By Bias vs. Radial3. Brazil Replacement Tyre Market Outlook3.1. Market Size & Forecast3.1.1. By Value3.1.2. By Volume3.2. Market Share & Forecast3.2.1. By Segment4. Brazil Passenger Car Tyre Market Outlook4.1. Market Size & Forecast4.1.1. By Value4.1.2. By Volume4.2. Market Share & Forecast4.2.1. By Vehicle Type4.2.2. By Replacement vs. OEM5. Brazil Two Wheeler (2W) Tyre Market Outlook5.1. Market Size & Forecast5.1.1. By Value5.1.2. By Volume5.2. Market Share & Forecast5.2.1. By Vehicle Type5.2.2. By Replacement vs. OEM6. Brazil Commercial Vehicle Tyre Market Outlook6.1. Market Size & Forecast6.1.1. By Value6.1.2. By Volume6.2. Market Share & Forecast6.2.1. By Vehicle Type6.2.2. By Replacement vs. OEM7. Brazil OTR Tyre Market Outlook7.1. Market Size & Forecast7.1.1. By Value7.1.2. By Volume7.2. Market Share & Forecast7.2.1. By Vehicle Type7.2.2. By Replacement vs. OEM8. Price Point Analysis9. Raw Material Analysis10. Tyre Trade Analysis10.1. Import10.2. Export11. Market Dynamics11.1. Drivers11.2. Challenges12. Policy & Regulatory Landscape13. Market Trends & Developments13.1. Tyre Pressure Management System (TPMS)13.2. Use of Retread Tyres13.3. Agricultural Tyres Sales Scenario13.4. Automobile Production13.5. Online Tyre Purchase14. Competitive Landscape14.1. Pirelli14.2. Michelin14.3. Goodyear14.4. Bridgestone14.5. Continental14.6. Rinaldi14.7. Maggion14.8. Borrachas Vipal14.9. Marangoni15. Strategic Recommendations16. Research Methodology

List of Figures

Figure 1: Brazil Tyre Market Production, By Segment, By Volume, 2013Figure 2: Brazil Tyre Market Production, By Segment, By Volume, 2019FFigure 3: Brazil Tyre Market Share, By Production, By Region, 2013 & 2019FFigure 4: Brazil Tyre Market Size, By Value, 2009-2013 (USD Billion)Figure 5: Brazil Tyre Market Size, By Value, 2014E-2019F (USD Billion)Figure 6: Brazil Tyre Market Size, By Volume, 2009-2013 (Million Units)Figure 7: Brazil Tyre Market Size, By Volume, 2014E-2019F (Million Units)Figure 8: Brazil Tyre Market Share, By Segment, By Volume, 2013Figure 9: Brazil Tyre Market Share, By Segment, By Volume, 2019FFigure 10: Brazil Tyre Market Share, By Sales Channel, By Volume, 2013Figure 11: Brazil Tyre Market Share, By Sales Channel, By Volume, 2019FFigure 12: Brazil Tyre Market Share, By Company, By Value, 2013Figure 13: Brazil Tyre Market Share, By Company, By Value, 2019FFigure 14: Brazil OEM Tyre Market Share, By Company, By Value, 2013Figure 15: Brazil OEM Tyre Market Share, By Company, By Value, 2019FFigure 16: Brazil Replacement Tyre Market Size, By Value, 2009-2013 (USD Billion)Figure 17: Brazil Replacement Tyre Market Size, By Value, 2014E-2019F (USD Billion)Figure 18: Brazil Replacement Tyre Market Size, By Volume, 2009-2013 (Million Units)Figure 19: Brazil Replacement Tyre Market Size, By Volume, 2014E-2019F (Million Units)Figure 20: Brazil Tyre Market Share, By Segment, By Volume, 2013Figure 21: Brazil Tyre Market Share, By Segment, By Volume, 2019FFigure 22: Brazil Passenger Car Tyre Market, By Value, 2009-2013 (USD Billion)Figure 23: Brazil Passenger Car Tyre Market, By Value, 2014E-2019F (USD Billion)Figure 24: Brazil Passenger Car Tyre Market, By Volume, 2009-2013 (Million Units)Figure 25: Brazil Passenger Car Tyre Market, By Volume, 2014E-2019F (Million Units)Figure 26: Brazil Passenger Car Tyre Market Share, By Segment, By Volume, 2013Figure 27: Brazil Passenger Car Tyre Market Share, By Segment, By Volume, 2019FFigure 28: Brazil Passenger Car Tyre Market Share, By Sales Channel, By Volume, 2013Figure 29: Brazil Passenger Car Tyre Market Share, By Sales Channel, By Volume, 2019FFigure 30: Brazil Two Wheeler Tyre Market, By Value, 2009-2013 (USD Billion)Figure 31: Brazil Two Wheeler Tyre Market, By Value, 2014E-2019F (USD Billion)Figure 32: Brazil Two Wheeler Tyre Market, By Volume, 2009-2013 (Million Units)Figure 33: Brazil Two Wheeler Tyre Market, By Volume, 2014E-2019F (Million Units)Figure 34: Brazil Two Wheeler Tyre Market Share, By Segment, By Volume, 2013Figure 35: Brazil Two Wheeler Tyre Market Share, By Segment, By Volume, 2019FFigure 36: Brazil Tyre Market Share, By Sales Channel, By Volume, 2013Figure 37: Brazil Tyre Market Share, By Sales Channel, By Volume, 2019FFigure 38: Brazil Commercial Vehicle Tyre Market, By Value, 2009-2013 (USD Billion)Figure 39: Brazil Commercial Vehicle Tyre Market, By Value, 2014E-2019F (USD Billion)Figure 40: Brazil Commercial Vehicle Tyre Market, By Volume, 2009-2013 (Million Units)Figure 41: Brazil Commercial Vehicle Tyre Market, By Volume, 2014E-2019F (Million Units)Figure 42: Brazil Commercial Vehicle Tyre Market Share, By Segment, By Volume, 2013Figure 43: Brazil Commercial Vehicle Tyre Market Share, By Segment, By Volume, 2019FFigure 44: Brazil Commercial Tyre Market Share, By Sales Channel, By Volume, 2013Figure 45: Brazil Commercial Tyre Market Share, By Sales Channel, By Volume, 2019FFigure 46: Brazil OTR Tyre Market Size, By Value, 2009-2013 (USD Billion)Figure 47: Brazil OTR Tyre Market Size, By Value, 2014E-2019F (USD billion)Figure 48: Brazil OTR Tyre Market Size, By Volume, 2009-2013 (Million Units)Figure 49: Brazil OTR Tyre Market Size, By Volume, 2014E-2019F (Million Units)Figure 50: Brazil OTR Tyre Market Share, By Segment, By Volume, 2013Figure 51: Brazil OTR Tyre Market Share, By Segment, By Volume, 2019FFigure 52: Brazil OTR Tyre Market Share, By Sales Channel, By Volume, 2013Figure 53: Brazil OTR Tyre Market Share, By Sales Channel, By Volume, 2019FFigure 54: Raw Material Share In Tyre ManufacturingFigure 55: Brazil Tyre Raw Material Production, By Region, 2013Figure 56: Brazil Natural Rubber Average Price, 2010-2013 (USD per Ton)Figure 57: Brazil Imports, By Value, 2009-2012 (USD Billion)Figure 58: Brazil Tyre Imports, By Volume, 2009-2012 (Million Units)Figure 59: Brazil Exports, By Value, 2009-2012 (USD Billion)Figure 60: Brazil Tyre Exports, 2009-2012 (Million Units)Figure 61: Brazil Tyre Exports Market Share, By Company, By Value, 2013

List of Tables

Table 1: Brazil 2W Market Share, By Sales, By Company, By Volume, 2012Table 2: Brazil Commercial Vehicle Sales, By Volume, 2009-2012 (Million Units)Table 3: Brazil Mineral Production Growth, By Volume, 2012-2016 ('000 Tons)Table 4: Price Point Analysis: Brazil Tyre MarketTable 5: Brazil Tyre Industry, Exports 2009-2012Table 6: Inovar-Auto Company Contribution Requirements, 2013-2017FTable 7: Newly Installed Capacities in Brazil for Passenger Cars/LCV – 2012-2015 (Forecast)Table 8: Company Profile – PirelliTable 9: Financial Statement (Pirelli Group)Table 10: Company Profile – MichelinTable 11: Financial Statement (Michelin)Table 12: Company Profile – Goodyear TyresTable 13: Financial Statement (Goodyear Tyres)Table 14: Company Profile – BridgestoneTable 15: Financial Statement (Bridgestone - Tyre Division)Table 16: Company Profile – Continental tyresTable 17: Financial Statement (Continental Tyres)

Companies Mentioned

1. Pirelli2. Michelin3. Goodyear4. Bridgestone5. Continental6. Rinaldi7. Maggion8. Borrachas Vipal9. Marangoni

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