A growing economy, rising disposable incomes, diverse products at multiple price points, and extensive marketing efforts carried out by key players are some of the key drivers within the market. Some of the challenges include a large unorganized market and price sensitive customers. Customers in the Indian market are very price sensitive; water purifiers priced between $146.20 and $292.40 make up majority of water purifier sales in India.
Even though the market is becoming increasingly competitive, Eureka Forbes and Kent continue to lead the market. Both these companies focus predominately on water treatment systems. In 2018, Eureka Forbes Limited emerged as the market leader in point-of-use water purifier category and Ion Exchange Ltd. in the point-of-entry category. “Eureka Forbes has the first-mover advantage and Kent has gained market share by creating brand awareness through extensive advertising,” notes Chief Research Officer Shilpa Tiku.
This study provides a detailed analysis on the Indian residential water treatment systems market. It covers market drivers, market restraints, market trends, distribution trends, pricing trends, market share analysis, and revenue forecasts until 2025. The base year for the study is 2018. This study covers both point-of-use and point-of-entry systems. Some of the key players in the market include Eureka Forbes, Kent RO Systems Limited, Hindustan Unilever Ltd., Ion Exchange India Ltd, The 3M Company, and others.
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