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Key To ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ is Focusing Automobile Aftermarket

Pasricha says the automobile market will contribute to Atmanirbhar Bharat vision

Focus on automobile aftermarket is the key to ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’, a senior official said.

According to H.J.S Pasricha, Head CMD and Scientist F, Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), “Indian OEMs as well as their component manufactures have delivered to a large extent towards the twin objectives of Atmanirbhar Bharat.”

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“Now, the automotive aftermarket needs to be one of the key areas of focus. A well-graded plan aimed towards curbing counterfeits and substandard products through proper certification and enforcement could very well be the way towards vibrant aftermarket.”

Pasricha spoke at a webinar organized by the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM).

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Automotive aftermarket needs to be one of the key areas of focus. Pixabay

The webinar as per a SIAM statement aimed to address contemporary aspects related to the aftermarket parts business. It touched upon aftermarket tenets such as quintessential quality, curbing counterfeit, vocal for local, simplifying supply-chain, amplifying access, and evaluating e-commerce.

“Aftermarket business is challenging with multiple players right from OEMs at one extreme to counterfeiters at the other end,” said Prashant K. Banerjee, Executive Director, SIAM.

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“We look forward to having an active collaboration with government, BIS (Implementing Agency), ACMA, AIAWA, e-commerce entrants, aggregators, etc. to create a quality conscious market. At the same time, we need to ensure affordable mobility experience to masses.” (IANS)

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