• Shriram Automall India Limited now sprawling in PAN India with 80+ well established Automalls!! • 80th Automall Inaugurated in Surat, India!! • Shriram Automall is best known for being the largest used vehicle and equipment transaction platform offering convenient allied services.!! • Shriram Automall MOBILE APP LAUNCHED...!!Download the app now!! • Sameer Malhotra – CEO, Shriram Automall India Ltd. as Esteemed Jury at Equipment India Awards 2017.!! •Shriram Automall with CarTrade Exchange is the largest online vehicle and equipment transaction platform. •Offering Valuation and Inspection Services in 2hrs turnaround time through Adroit Auto, Shriram Automall is the leading name.!!

Thursday, 15 May 2014

Bidding Tips on Used Construction Equipment

A search for used construction equipment is highly convenient online. There are so many options available in the realm of World Wide Web, that making a choice gets absolutely easy. Now days, bidding have become quite prominent amongst the masses. Online bidding has made the exchange of used construction equipment extremely exciting. So, let’s check out some bidding tips that will help you in bringing a value-for-money vehicle back home.    
  • Before you bid on used construction equipment, know its value in advance. A proper research on the vehicle type helps you to quote the most appropriate amount on the asset.
  • Since, there are various bidding websites available online, it is necessary that you chose the best one for yourself. The most appropriate online website for used construction equipment will be the one which contains your brands of vehicle, displayed at reasonable prices.
  • Do not forget to read the terms and conditions of the seller properly. This way, you would be saved from any problems in future.  

If you are looking for an online portal for your next used construction equipment, visit bids.samil.in. Shriram Automall India Limited (SAMIL) presents a wide variety of used construction equipment on its online bidding platform, apart from commercial vehicles, tractors, cars & SUVs, 3 wheelers and 2 wheelers.  

Monday, 12 May 2014

Prime reasons behind fall in CV sales

While the Indian commercial vehicles segment reports a drop in the sales, it’s time to take a look at the reasons contributing to the fall for a better understanding of the scenario.

1. A steep rise in prices of diesel
Diesel prices witnessed a hike by Rs. 7.50 to Rs. 8 per litre. From Rs. 44.52 per litre in July 2012 to Rs. 51.99 in February 2013, the diesel is now available at Rs. 60 per litre.

2. Growth in tyres price
In a comparison with the last year, the tyre prices have become double. Nylon tyres are now available at Rs. 36,000 a set that were priced at Rs. 24,000, 2 years ago. Radium tyres' cost has risen from Rs. 36,000 to reach up to Rs. 48,000.

3. Hike in toll-gate fee
The toll fee observed more than 30% increase. It reached from Rs. 2.20 per km to Rs. 3.80 per km.

4. Ban on mining
A ban put on sand and other mining activities by the apex court also affected the CV sales.     

Thursday, 8 May 2014

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Saturday, 3 May 2014

Eicher introduces light and medium duty trucks

Catering to the evolving mid-premium market segment, Volvo Eicher Commercial Vehicles (VECV) has introduced the Eicher Pro 1000 and Eicher Pro 3000 series of its light and medium duty trucks in Ahmedabad. This market mainly demands vehicles with comfort, high power, durability and other enhanced features at economical price. 
With these trucks, the company aims at various market segments in distribution, industrial loads, haulage, courier, perishables and construction.
If we take a look at the JV between Volvo Group and Eicher behind this launch, the combination compliments each other a lot as Volvo already has an expertise in understanding truck customers' need globally and Eicher will experience growth and consolidation in commercial vehicle market through the Eicher Pro range.