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Next Gen Publishing launches exclusive magazine for the commercial vehicle industry

20-October-2006
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Next Gen Publishing launches exclusive magazine for the commercial vehicle industry

Next Gen Publishing announces the launch of ‘CV – Commercial Vehicle’, a magazine dedicated exclusively to the commercial vehicle industry. With this launch, the publication now has three titles in India, the other two being ‘Car India’ and ‘Bike India’. ‘CV’ will cover all aspects of the industry – from the Indian as well as the international perspective.

Announcing the magazine’s launch, Hoshang Billimoria, CEO, Next Gen Publishing Ltd, said, “We are very confident that ‘CV’ will be well received by the commercial vehicle industry and will be of great value to its users. It has been specially created for OEMs, fleet operators, financers, logistic experts, infrastructure specialist, component makers and road planning experts.”

The magazine promises to be well laid out, with informative and interesting content, and attractive coloured pictures to enhance the reading experience. It also promises to provide information on various issues relating the commercial vehicle industry as well as provide information on three wheelers, tractors, finance solutions and special application vehicles.

Next Gen Publishing Ltd had been jointly set up by the Forbes Group and HDFC Ltd to print and publish niche/special interest magazines and business directories.

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