Online platforms have revolutionized access to information and have played a vital role in connecting buyers and sellers of services and goods. Be it Flipkart, OLA, Snapdeal or Zomato, they have changed the way business is done.
Similarly, online platforms will play a vital role in developing auto recycling industry in India. These platforms can channelize old/salvaged cars, used spare parts, and used tires to the right network.
There are several start-ups and online companies in Europe and US that are trying to gauge this opportunity. Similarly, India has equal opportunity in this space.
Companies which are trying to explore this space are
To understand more on this, we have a special session “How Online Platforms Can Contribute to Auto Recycling Industry in India“.
To address this we have
Mr Rajeev Kapoor MD Copart
Rajeev Kapoor is the managing director for India for world’s largest online auctioneer for salvage and used cars – Copart. Before Copart, Mr Kapoor has lead Fiat India Automobile company as the President & CEO for 6 years. He has in excess of 40 years of hands-on experience gained from within the Automotive, Engineering and FMCG corporations. He will be presenting on the ‘Role of E-commerce in shaping up the Auto Recycling Industry in India’.
Mr Anubhav Wadhwa CEO & Founder, Tyrelessly
Anubhav Wadhwa is a 17-year old technology entrepreneur and bottom of pyramid sustainable development activist. He is the Founder & CEO of Tyrelessly which provides an environmentally compliant End-of-Life Tyre collection and disposal service. At the age of 13, Anubhav was named one of the youngest CEOs in the country for his first entrepreneurial venture TechAPTO.