100% import driven industry
The semiconductor industry in India relies completely on imports. Countries exporting semiconductors to India include China, Taiwan, the USA, Japan, etc. India has an advantage of designing chips. However, weak research & development (R&D) focus, prohibitive costs of acquiring intellectual property (IP), and limited start-up capital have inhibited the potential of local design houses.
The value chain starts with import of ICs from out of India. India doesn’t manufacture even 1% of the ICs used in electronics. India digs into the existing supply chains in the world and imports total of its semiconductor requirements and then produces those end equipment at various locations in India.
There are many design centres in India. All the global companies design their chips in India and they take the prototypes and send it to respective base countries or Taiwan for manufacturing.
Competitive Landscape in India’s Semiconductor Manufacturing Industry
The Indian semiconductor manufacturing market is consolidated with multiple international players capturing the total manufacturing market, making it an 100% import driven market for semiconductor manufacturing in India. There are different semiconductor companies on a global basis, including both integrated device manufacturers (“IDMs”) as well as fabless companies. All of them invest in research and development, manufacturing, sales and marketing capabilities across a broad spectrum of product lines. Globally, there are ~100 brands of semiconductors, 5000 design companies and 100 fabs to manufacture, out of which ~20 fabs carry out 80% of the task. The main player being TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company). Currently, most of the manufacturing processes are carried out in China and Taiwan. Most of the big players of the industry carry out the design process in India.
Impact of COVID-19 on Semiconductor Industry
The year 2020 & 2021 witnessed severe impact of COVID-19 on Indian economy and almost all industries including the semiconductor manufacturing industry.
The outbreak has increased economic and demand uncertainty. Industry experienced a significant decline in revenues in the first half of 2020 related to the COVID-19 outbreak and then a swift rebound in demand beginning in the third quarter of 2020 and accelerating through the fourth quarter of 2021.
Covid-19 has adversely impacted and may further impact the workforce and operations, the operations of the customers, and those of the respective vendors and suppliers. There is uncertainty regarding the measures taken and potential future measures, and restrictions on the access to the manufacturing facilities or on support operations or workforce, or similar limitations for the vendors and suppliers, and restrictions or disruptions of transportation, such as reduced availability of air transport, port closures, and increased border controls or closures, that could limit the capacity to meet industry demand and have a material adverse effect on the financial condition and results of operations of the players in this industry.
The publication titled “India Semiconductor Market Outlook to 2027 – Driven by increasing demand by end user industries and increasing adoption for smart devices” provides a comprehensive analysis of the semiconductor industry by analyzing historical statistics and corresponding developments in the semiconductor market. The market growth declined during COVID as it impacted the workforce and operations, the operations of the customers, and those of the respective vendors and suppliers. Given the consolidated competition structure in the semiconductor manufacturing industry, analysts have elaborated on competitive landscape of major manufacturing players on the basis of business model and operational parameters. The report also covers a snapshot on the players business model, value chain analysis, growth drivers, Porters 5 forces analysis, impact of COVID-19 and factors governing the future outlook of industry. The report also provides comprehensive insight on the market size and segmentation of the industry. The report highlights the pain points of the semiconductor manufacturing industry along with detailed company profiles of major players in India. The report concludes with projections for future industry market size, market segmentations and analyst take on future market scenario.
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Key Segments Covered in Indian Semiconductor Market
- By Type of Semiconductors
- By Type of Design
Electronic Design Automation
- By Region
- By Type of Application
- By Type of Distribution Channels
- By Type of Distributors
Time Period Captured in the Report:
- Historical Period: FY 2017-2022
- Forecast Period: FY 2023F-2027F
Semiconductor Manufacturing Industry Players
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Key Topics Covered in the Report
- Ecosystem of Semiconductor Industry
- Business Lifecycle and Value Chain Analysis Semiconductor Industry
- Market Overview of Semiconductor Industry
- Market Size of Semiconductor Industry
- Market Segmentation of Semiconductor Industry by type of semiconductors, type of design, type of application, type of region, type of distributors, type of distribution channel
- Competitive Scenario of the Semiconductor Industry
- Issues and Challenges in Semiconductor Market
- Trends and Developments in the Semiconductor Industry
- Porter’s Five Forces analysis of the Semiconductor Industry
- Growth Drivers of Semiconductor Industry
- Challenges and Restraints in the Semiconductor Industry
- Government Rules and Regulations in the Semiconductor Industry
- Impact of Covid-19 on Semiconductor Industry
- Future Market Size of Semiconductor Industry
- Future Market Segmentation of Semiconductor Industry by type of semiconductors, type of design, type of application, type of region, type of distributors, type of distribution channel
- Analyst Recommendations
- Research Methodology
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