Commercial Vehicle Forum (CVF) after being held in Chennai in 2016 has travelled to Pune and will be held on May 18, 2017 at The Westin Pune.
In the year 2016, India overtook China as the fastest growing major economy, expanding by 7.9 percent and cemented its position as one of the sole bright spots. It was a roller coaster ride for the Indian Commercial Vehicle Industry.
Despite the TIV of the entire CV industry being close to a million trucks and buses, India is still way behind the actual requirements in terms of performance and technology which indicates the market has plenty of opportunities for growth and change in the coming years. New generation platforms and models which are set to script the future will be introduced by all the OEMs.
Within the environment of growth and challenges at the Commercial Vehicle Forum (CVF) on 18th May 2017 at Westin Pune, CVF shall be a great opportunity to build a period of CV industry renaissance. CVF is the place where CV industry comes together and with its collective wisdom and collaboration discuss technological disruptors and customer expectations, working together asan industry togrow the pie.
Theme for this year’s event, which aptly sits right in the center of any strategy or execution matrix you develop to create opportunities is: “CUSTOMER IS THE FOCAL POINT” AMIDST CURRENT WAVE OF DISRUPTORS REGULATORY OR TECHNOLOGICAL.
This year’s conference Chairman is Nalin Mehta, CEO and Managing Director, Mahindra Trucks and Busses and he shall also be chairing the advisory panel comprising functional level heads from CV OEMs – Tata Motors, Mahindra, MAN Trucks, Kamaz Motors and MLR Auto.
Some of the other confirmed speakers include Erich Nesselhauf – CEO & MD, Daimler India Commercial Vehicles, R Ramakrishnan – Sr. VP (Global Head-Customer Care), Commercial Vehicles Business Unit, Tata Motors Ltd., ShyamMaller- Sr. VP – Sales & Marketing, Aftermarket & International Business, VE Commercial Vehicles, Shankar R – CEO, TVS Logistics Services Ltd., etc.
CVF is the only dedicated forum in India focused on commercial vehicle leaders sharing game-changing insights, concepts and strategies for deciding future course of the industry. This annual event shall bring 30+ speakers and 200+ delegates from Tata Motors, Mahindra, Ashok Leyland, Daimler, Scania, Kamaz, Man Trucks, Force Motors, Cummins, VECV, Dana, Maruti Suzuki, PACCAR, Bosch, Eicher, TCI, ACMA, CIRT, ARAI and many more.
In case anyone of you has a specific question on the Indian Commercial Vehicle Industry or on challenges you are facing and want one of our speakers, panelists or subject matter experts to answer, then don’t miss the opportunity to be in front of the leaders to get the answers.