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Shriram Transport Fin plans auto malls in Gurgaon, Mumbai
By Vaibhav Aggarwal
Jun 27, 2011
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Heavy vehicle financier, Shriram Transport Finance has planned to set up auto malls in Gurgaon-Manesar and Mumbai in this fiscal. Along with this, the company plans to set up another 50 outlets all over the country for selling pre owned vehicles in this fiscal.

"Although the market has slowed down, , with year-on-year growth being 12 per cent so far compared with 30 per cent last year, our business has not been impacted much since we are more into financing used vehicles," said Mr U. G. Revankar, Deputy Managing Director, Shriram Transport Finance.

"At present, we are operating two auto malls in Chennai and Baroda. We will open two more in Gurgaon and Mumbai," Mr Revankar said.

The company will be entering into partnerships with investors who would be taking care of the infrastructure of these malls.


 


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