Report Description


Forecast Period


Market Size (2023)

USD 559 Million

Market Size (2029)

USD 1009.70 Million

CAGR (2024-2029)


Fastest Growing Segment


Largest Market

West India


India Scratch-Resistant Glass market is expected to increase during the forecast period, owing to the rising demand for scratch-resistant glass in consumer electronics, automotive, and other type of applications.

Scratch-Resistant Glass is a type of glass which is less susceptible to scratches than conventional glass. With the use of technology, the glass is improved with a diamond-like layer on one side and that offers several advantages such as less prone to scratches, increase hardness etc. Moreover, scratch-resistant glass is widely used in applications including kitchen and bathroom, furniture design, shop and laboratory fittings, partition walls, sliding doors, interior glass doors, interior glass doors, wall panels, lifts, balustrades, etc.

Increasing Penetration of Smartphones:
India’s economy is boosting due to the increasing smartphone usage, internet penetration and social media usage. The rapidly rising smartphone industry in India creates huge sales and production of high-quality smartphones and the growing preference of individuals towards the highly products and beneficial specifications, which will create the ample opportunities for the growth of market because smartphones are susceptible to scratches, which reduces the overall look after being damaged and scratched. This will help manufacturers in delivering a better user experience since the consumers do not have to expend on aftermarket repair services.

Rising Government Incentive is Stimulating the Green Building Projects
Constructors are using scratch-resistant glasses such as clear glass as a major component in the construction of green buildings, as clear glass is known to be an excellent green material. Clean windows reflect heat or UV rays to maintain an optimal temperature inside the building. Clean glass in buildings also substantially reduce the need for artificial lighting and allows daylight to make the interiors airy and more open. There is a significant upsurge in green building project investments. For instance, the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) is collaboratively working with various state and central government agencies to promote green building movement across the country by giving loans to IGBC-rated green building projects. In addition to this, in 2017 the Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) is introduced which will provide financial support at lower rates to all IGBC-rated green construction projects in the MSME sector. The Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) predicts that by 2025, India will have 100,000 green buildings. Thus, government incentives are boosting green building projects across the country and the construction of energy-efficient green buildings will increase in the coming years, driving the scratch-resistant glass market.