Forestry, Wood and Paper in India

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Mar 2019

Introduction of GST to support growth of Indian organised forestry, wood and paper sector

Robust packaging demand and recovery in residential construction are set to support the industry’s solid prospects, with a 12.2% CAGR expected over 2017-2022

After a challenging year, turnover growth picks up to 7% in 2017, as wood demand from construction sector shows signs of recovery

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Forestry, Wood and Paper in India

Headlines

Prospects

Demand for wood products to gain from housing construction recovery
Paper production to be driven by surging packaging demand
Tissue paper penetration to grow rapidly, albeit from a low base

Competitive Landscape

GST to support development of organised industry players

Industry Overview

Chart 1 Turnover 2002-2022
Chart 2 Value Added 2012-2017, LCU million
Chart 3 Profit and Profit Margin 2012-2017
Chart 4 Turnover by Category 2012-2017, LCU million
Chart 5 Forestry Turnover 2002-2022
Chart 6 Wood and Wood products Turnover 2002-2022
Chart 7 Disposable Paper Products Turnover 2002-2022
Chart 8 Pulp, Paper and Paperboard Turnover 2002-2022
Chart 9 Corrugated Paper, Paperboard and Containers Turnover 2002-2022
Chart 10 Absolute Growth by Category, LCU million

Cost Structure

Chart 11 Cost Structure 2012-2017, LCU million
Chart 12 Costs' Structure
Chart 13 B2B Costs
Chart 14 Evolution of B2B Costs 2012-2017

Trade

Chart 15 Imports, Exports and Trade Balance 2012-2017, LCU million
Chart 16 Exports by Category 2012-2017
Chart 17 Exports by Country 2012-2017, LCU million
Chart 18 Imports by Category 2012-2017
Chart 19 Imports by Country 2012-2017, LCU million

Market Structure

Chart 20 Market Structure 2012-2017, LCU million
Chart 21 Market Structure by Category 2012-2017, LCU million

Buyers

Chart 22 Market Structure by Buyer 2012-2017
Chart 23 Demand Structure
Chart 24 B2B Buyers
Chart 25 Evolution of B2B Buyers 2012-2017

Firmographics

Chart 26 Employment Statistics and Productivity 2012-2017
Chart 27 Industry Concentration 2012-2017, % share of Turnover
Chart 28 Top Companies' Shares 2017, % of Turnover
Chart 29 Top 5 Companies' Share Dynamics 2012-2017, % of Turnover
Chart 30 Turnover Performance by Company 2012-2017

Industry Context

Chart 31 Industry vs GDP Performance 2002-2022, % Y-O-Y growth
Chart 32 Forestry, Wood and Paper vs Other Industries 2002-2022, LCU million
Chart 33 Industry Turnover by Region 2017, USD million
Chart 34 Forestry, Wood and Paper in Asia Pacific 2002-2022, USD million