Industry Practices

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We are your Recruitment Specialist!

We, at ADS Consultants, understand the requirements of an industry and also keep in pace with the changing trends. This helps in giving a competitive edge to our clients so that they can transform their organization in accordance to the changing needs of the corporate world.

We can provide effective solutions at all industry levels, ranging from top management to entry level positions. Immense and focused industrial knowledge is also characterized by minimum turn-around-time, which means your needs are dealt on a priority basis and your requirements are met well in advance or within the set deadlines.

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FMCG

The overall fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) market is expected to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 14.7 per cent to touch US$ 110.4 billion in the period 2012-2020, with the rural FMCG market anticipated to increase at a CAGR of 17.7 per cent to US$ 100 billion during 2012-2025. The market size of the Indian FMCG sector is expected to reach US$ 135 billion by 2020 from US$ 44.9 billion in 2013. It is also the fourth largest sector in the Indian economy and has grown at an annual average of about 11 per cent over the last decade. Food products, the leading market segment with 43 per cent of the overall market revenue together with personal care at 22 per cent make up two-thirds of the sector’s revenue.

The Government of India’s policies and regulatory frameworks such as relaxation of license rules and approval of 51 per cent foreign direct investment (FDI) in multi-brand and 100 per cent in single-brand retail are some of the major growth drivers in this sector. The government has also amended the Sugarcane Control Order, 1966, and replaced the Statutory Minimum Price (SMP) of sugarcane with Fair and Remunerative Price (FRP) and the State Advised Price (SAP). There is a lot of scope for growth in the FMCG sector from rural markets with consumption expected to grow in these areas as penetration of brands increases. Also, with rising per capita income, which is projected to expand at a CAGR of 7.4 per cent over the period 2013-19, the FMCG sector is anticipated to witness some major growth.

FMCG revenue to touch a staggering figure of 103.7 billion in India by the year 2020.

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Pharmaceuticals

India is expected to be the third-largest global generic active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) merchant market by 2016, with a 7.2 per cent market share.

In 2012, drug companies from India filed 49 per cent of the overall drug master filings (DMFs) in the US. The Indian pharmaceutical sector accounts for about 1.4 per cent of the global pharmaceutical industry in value terms and 10 per cent in volume terms. The country’s pharmaceutical industry is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 14.5 per cent over 2009-2020 to reach US$ 55 billion. With 72 per cent of market share (in terms of revenues), generic drugs form the largest segment of the Indian pharmaceutical sector. The generics market in India is expected to grow to US$ 26.1 billion by 2016 from US$ 11.3 billion in 2011. The Government of India plans to set up a US$ 640 million venture capital fund to boost drug discovery and strengthen pharma infrastructure. Government expenditure on health has increased from US$ 14 billion in 2008 to US$ 23 billion in 2011. Due to a genetically diverse population and availability of skilled doctors, India has the potential to attract huge investments to its clinical trial market. Demand for generic medicines in rural markets has seen a sharp growth. Various companies are investing in the distribution network in rural areas. Growing demand could open up the market for production of high-end drugs in India.

The Indian pharmaceutical industry is set for rapid growth in the New Year and has the potential to hit $24 billion by 2015 to $55 billion by 2020.

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Engineering

Capital goods and engineering turnover in India is expected to reach US$ 125.4 billion by 2017 from US$ 57.6 billion in 2012, while the electrical equipment market size is forecasted to touch US$ 105 billion by 2022 from US$ 24.2 billion in 2011. Also, the Indian telecom equipment market is expected to grow over two times by 2020.

Capital goods and engineering turnover in India is expected to reach US$ 125.4 billion by 2017 from US$ 57.6 billion in 2012, while the electrical equipment market size is forecasted to touch US$ 105 billion by 2022 from US$ 24.2 billion in 2011. Also, the Indian telecom equipment market is expected to grow over two times by 2020. The Indian engineering sector is divided into two major segments – heavy engineering and light engineering. Indian engineering exports stood at US$ 62.3 billion in FY14 while it registered a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.8 per cent over FY08-14. Transport equipment is the leading contributor to engineering exports accounting for 32.5 per cent of the total engineering exports in FY13, followed by machinery and instruments with a share of 26.8 per cent. The Government of India has de-licensed the engineering industry and 100 per cent foreign direct investment (FDI) has been permitted in the sector. The government has also eliminated tariff protection on capital goods and reduced custom duties on a range of engineering equipment. It launched the National Manufacturing Policy with the aim of enhancing the sector’s share in gross domestic product (GDP) to 25 per cent within a decade and creating 100 million jobs by 2022. With increasing demand for engineering goods in a number of sectors such as defence, civil nuclear and automobiles, the engineering industry in India have plenty of scope for growth in the years to come.

Capital goods and engineering turnover in India is expected to reach US$ 125.4 billion by 2017 from US$ 57.6 billion in 2012.

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Automobile

The automobile industry in India is expected to be the world’s third largest by 2016, with the country currently the world’s second largest two-wheeler manufacturer.

The automobile industry in India is expected to be the world’s third largest by 2016, with the country currently the world’s second largest two-wheeler manufacturer. Two-wheeler sales is projected to rise from 15.9 million in FY13 to 34 million by FY20. The segment registered a growth of 7.31 per cent in FY14. Furthermore, passenger vehicle sales is expected to increase to 8.6 million in FY21 from 3.2 million in FY13. Strong growth in demand due to rising income, growing middle class, and a young population is likely to propel India among the world’s top five auto manufacturers by 2015. Automobile export volumes increased at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 19.1 per cent during FY05-13, out of which two-wheelers accounted for the largest share in exports at 67 per cent in FY13. The government aims to develop India as a global manufacturing as well as a research and development (R&D) hub. It has set up National Automotive Testing and R&D Infrastructure Project (NATRiP) centres as well as a National Automotive Board to act as facilitator between the government and the industry. Some other government initiatives, including Auto Policy 2002, Automotive Mission Plan 2006-2016 and funds allocated in the Union Budget 2014-15 could go a long way in ensuring the growth of this sector. Alternative fuel has the potential to provide for the country’s energy demand in the auto sector as the CNG distribution network in India is expected to rise to 250 cities in 2018. Also, the luxury car market could register high growth and is expected to reach 150,000 units by 2020.

The automobile industry in India is expected to be the world’s third largest by 2016, with the country currently the world’s second largest two-wheeler manufacturer.

Our other skills

Apart from our core strength in Recruitment, we also deal in the following:

  • Training90%

  • Career Counselling96%
  • Resume Writing72%

  • Reference Check87%
  • Interview93%

What to expect?

OUR CLIENTS CAN EXPECT:

  • Coordination – We work in close co-ordination with our clients for their recruitment needs.
  • Value Added Service – We provide value-added expertise during and after every assignment.
  • Diligence – We execute each and every assignment diligently and with integrity.
  • Adherence – We adhere to the strict norms of the client’s work culture and their code of ethics.
  • Cross Check – We thoroughly check short-listed candidates’ diligence.
  • Dignity – We treat each and every candidate respectfully unbiased of caste, creed & religion.
  • Guarantee – We provide a guarantee period for all recruitment through us.