• Shriram Automall inaugurated its 71st Automall in Bikaner on 24th November’2017.!! • 72nd Automall Facility inaugurated by Shriram Automall in Guna on 28th November’2017.!! •Shriram Automall wins Limca Book of Records for being The Largest Platform for Acquisition and Disposal of Pre-owned Vehicles and Equipment FY2015-16 and for Conducting Highest Number of Physical Bidding Events in a Single Day.!! •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 India Limited(SAMIL) Won Best Service Provider Of The Year Award CIA World Builders and Infra Award 2017 •Shriram Automall was recognized as “Fastest Growing Brand for Pre-Owned Vehicles of the Year” in 2017 Leaders Awards...!!

Monday, 15 May 2017


We all are aware of the switch to the stronger emission norms i.e. from Bharat Stage III to IV, which has turned out to be quite an inflection point in the automotive industry.

Bharat stage emission standards (BSES) are emission standards established by the Indian government to limit air pollutants coming out of internal combustion engines and Spark-ignition engines equipment, including motor vehicles.

To control the pollution in the country, government ordered to ban the registration and sale of BS III Complaint Vehicles in the country. Decision was made mandatory from 1st April’2017, keeping in mind the current impact of pollution on the county.

Auto manufacturers faced big losses due to this ban as huge number of BS-III Stock piled up with them. As a result huge discounts and offer from automakers were offered to shell out their inventory and move to the less polluting vehicles.

Converting vehicles with BS IV Emission Norms from BS III Emission Norms is turning out to be a difficult job, especially for FARM & CONSTRUCTIONVEHICLES though Bharat Tractor Emission Norms (TREM-IIIA) and Construction Equipment Vehicles (CEV) norms apply to them.

These two vehicle segments were ruled out from the mandatory BS III ban as equipment used for farming like Tractors, harvesters and construction equipment vehicles have different emission norms and they need not follow the guidelines given to two-wheelers and commercial vehicles.

Due to the miss conception in many states of the country like Delhi, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and Uttar Pradesh. This has resulted in new construction equipment vehicles not being registered, but now its official that ban is not for farm & construction vehicles.

Shriram Automall India Limited (SAMIL), the Largest Platform for Used Vehicles & Equipment in India from last 6 years has very successfully been serving customers all across the country having used vehicle & equipment requirements, through its innovative & transparent biddingplatforms.

So, if you are looking forward to acquire or dispose used vehicle &equipment compliant with current emission norms, you can visit your nearby Automall and go through their efficiently vast inventory.  You can also download “MY SAMIL App” and easily go through the huge range of used vehicles & equipment at your comfort or you can simply click the link below & register yourself.


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