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Huge response to auto expo organised by Hindustan Times

HT correspondent , Hindustan Times   Jalandhar, December 21, 2013
First Published: 21:39 IST(21/12/2013) | Last Updated: 21:40 IST(21/12/2013)

Deputy Commissioner Varun Roozam inaugurated an auto expo of leading automobile companies organised by Hindustan Times, at urban estate, phase-I in Jalandhar on Saturday.

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This is for the first time an auto expo of branded vehicles including cars, bikes and scooters has been organised.

Various leading companies including Cargo Motors Private Limited, Tata Motors (Cargo), Honda 2-Wheelers (Cargo Honda), Fiat, Lovely Autos, Castle Toyota (Kapurthala Road), Hyundai (Goyal), Renault, Mahindra 2-Wheelers, Raga Mahindra, Suzuki (Roto Autos), Uco Bank and SMS Factory are exhibiting their products in the expo.

Car companies have a special focus and emphasis on new technological innovations in the areas of safety, environment protection and fuel efficiency and produced a wide variety of vehicles, which included passenger cars and light commercial vehicles, scooters, motorcycles, and racing vehicles.

The auto expo showcases the latest technological products and  components besides being the platform for generating leads, one to one interactions and addressing business enquiries of the people.

The expo got an impressive response from the people, who visited it in large numbers and were found busy in conversation an d making enquiries with the exhibitors.

The auto expo will also continue on Sunday.

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