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Akzo Nobel India Limited is a subsidiary of AkzoNobel, a Dutch multinational company that was founded in 1646. The company is headquartered in Mumbai, India and is engaged in the manufacture and sale of paints and coatings, specialty chemicals, and industrial chemicals.

The financials of Akzo Nobel India Limited have been stable over the years, with the company recording steady growth in both revenue and net profit. In 2021, the company reported revenue of INR 11,832 crore and a net profit of INR 654 crore.

Akzo Nobel India Limited has a strong presence in India and is one of the leading players in the paints and coatings industry. The company has a widespread network of dealers and distributors, and its products are available across India.

The company's main competitors include Asian Paints, Kansai Nerolac Paints, and Berger Paints India Limited.

The paints and coatings industry in India is growing rapidly, driven by the country's increasing urbanization and rising disposable income levels. The industry is characterized by intense competition and the presence of both domestic and international players.

SWOT Analysis for Akzo Nobel India Limited:


  1. Strong brand recognition and reputation
  2. Wide product range and distribution network
  3. Strong financial performance and stability
  4. Experienced and talented workforce


  1. High dependence on the Indian market
  2. Intense competition from domestic and international players
  3. Need for continuous innovation and R&D to stay competitive


  1. Growing demand for paints and coatings in India
  2. Expansion into new geographies and markets
  3. Increasing demand for eco-friendly and sustainable products


  1. Fluctuating raw material prices
  2. Economic slowdown and regulatory changes
  3. Increased competition and saturation in the market


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