The domestic and cross-border alliances and collaborations between dairy companies are providing a robust growth to Indian dairy industry, says RNCOS.
Noida, UP -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/02/2015 -- The domestic demand for milk and milk products in India has now been increasing at an unprecedented rate, way faster than the increase in production. In order to fill the demand supply gap, government, autonomous bodies, milk federations and several private companies are opting for strategic moves in order to regain the foothold and establish a better supply chain. According to the recent report by RNCOS, strategic alliances like partnerships, new product development, cross-border collaborations, etc., is redefining the Indian dairy industry.
The Indian dairy industry significantly offers good opportunities for both domestic and foreign conglomerates/investors for entry and expansion. Foreign companies like Danone and Fonterra have set foot in the Indian Dairy Industry while ITC has plans to foray into this segment in a couple of months. The Indian dairy industry is poised to expand its reach to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries with latter witnessing an increase in the demand for dairy products. Furthermore, a group of Indian dairy companies, including Amul, are planning to promote trade and investment opportunities between the India and Australia. Hence, such investments and initiatives are set to boost the demand of Dairy products in the country and export market.
The report "Indian Dairy Industry Outlook 2020", by RNCOS spread over 100 pages provides an in-depth research and rational analysis of the current status and future growth prospects of the Indian dairy market. Our research includes profound study of Indian dairy industry with forecast provided for milk production and the demand for Milk. The report covers Indian dairy market and various primary dairy products like Liquid Milk, Curd, Butter, Ghee, etc., for which market forecast have been provided till 2020. The report also covers analysis of various dairy products exports & imports in the country for the last five years, in order to present country's performance on a global platform.
In India, there are various laws and regulations which overlook the food and related commodities; hence report also contains sections on government regulations and Government initiatives. Additionally, report provides the key primary insights of the Indian dairy sector through sections on industry challenges and opportunities. Report throws light upon the Industry trends & drivers which are expected to transform the face of Indian dairy sector in the coming years. Finally, competitive landscape section provides the business overview, financials, strength & weakness, and recent development of major dairy federations and private players.
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