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Next Gen Publishing launches 10th magazine title, ‘Auto Components’

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Next Gen Publishing launches 10th magazine title, ‘Auto Components’

Next Gen Publishing has launched its tenth magazine title, ‘Auto Components India’. With this title, Next Gen Publishing strengthens its presence in the auto publishing field, having already been publishers of three other automotive titles – ‘Car India’, ‘Bike India’ and ‘Commercial Vehicle’.

‘Auto Components India’ will be simultaneously available both in print and digitally and will address the publishing needs of the auto components industry.

Commenting at the launch, Hoshang Billimoria, CEO, Next Gen said, “The launch of ‘Auto Components India’ reaffirms our commitment to the automobile industry and is an excellent example of how we have segmented the publishing needs of this industry into four clearly focused areas.”

The new magazine will primarily focus on the end-to-end value chain of the automotive components industry and allied segments such as machine tools, service tools, testing equipment, consumables and IT, as well as OEMs. Under the ‘Technology’ and ‘Innovation’ sections, recently launched vehicles are analysed with respect to contribution from vendors.

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