SIAM organizes the 3rd International Bus & Utility Vehicles Show 2013
The Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) is all set to organize the third International Bus & Utility Vehicles Show 2013 at Greater Noida Expo Mart. The four day long event will showcase the latest offerings in the SUV and Heavy Passenger Vehicle segment. This will provide UV, Bus and original equipment manufacturers a unique platform to introduce new offerings and latest technological developments in their respective categories. The biennial show will be organized with support from Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises, Government of India.
Announcing the event, Mr. Vishnu Mathur, Director General- SIAM said, “The low cost SUVs have emerged as preferred family cars due to its spacious interiors, sturdy exterior and road performance. Similarly, the bus industry has been growing tremendously, witnessing significant changes in terms of-technology, safety features and comfort.”
“Greater Noida as a venue will be an ideal location for the show, with Expo Mart offering world class facilities for display, open space, access and reach. We anticipate a great response from the industry and public at large” he added.
At the event, there will be manufacturers such as Tata Motors, Ashok Leyland, Mahindra & Mahindra, Volvo, JCBL, Force Motors, VECV, Toyota, Maruti, Renault, SML Isuzu, General Motors, Nissan, Apollo Tyres, Bosch, Pioneer Electronics and Herman Audio.
Special workshops for various State Transport Undertakings (STU’s) conducted by ASRTU (Association of State Road Transport Undertakings) will also be organized. Apart from this, there will be visitors from Tourism and Transport departments of State Governments, STUs, Tour operators, Bus operators, BPO’s, Airlines, Municipalities, Hospitals and health care, Schools & other educational institutions.
SIAM is aiming to make the event a mega biennial event which will be held during the non-Auto Expo years. It is expecting a large gathering of people. At the event there will be elaborate arrangements like shuttle bus services from the closest metro stations in Noida and some strategic locations in Delhi.