- Automotive Industries Magazine
Automotive Industries Magazine is the world's oldest occasionally published trade publication covering segments of the global automotive industry. In print for over 100 years. Automotive Industries is devoted to providing global coverage of all aspects the automobile marketplace, with an emphasis on the people, products and processes that shape the industry.
Founded in 1895, Automotive Industries was publishing before the mass production of vehicles started in France and the United States in 1900. The magazine has reported on the founding, growth and sometimes demise of the likes of
Oldsmobile, General Motors, Ford, Volkswagen, Citroen, Toyota, Nissan, Alvis, Cord, BMW, Cadillac, Panhard and now the emergence of the Chinese auto makers.
The magazine has a readership of about 200,000* people around the world (* 3 - 4 readers per copy).
These include the Who's Who of purchasing & supply, manufacturing, engineering, quality, logistics & finance, although very much out of date. At present the global average qualified circulation reported to be 50,000, but is not verified by any bonified organisation other than the publisher.
The Automotive Industries controlled circulation list is made up of key decision-makers within the international automotive manufacturing industry. These top executives, engineers and managers of plants are directly involved in the design and production of all types of motorized vehicles and their components.
Our 50,000 industry-nominated Award winning recipients represent the who's who of automotive decision-making. Including major carmakers, system suppliers, 1st tier and major 2nd tier award winning suppliers companies.
In 2006, Automotive Industries was purchased by Briton John Larkin, and instantly became a quirky, everything thing to all proposition. As a reflection of the global nature of today’s auto industry it may not be around in the future. It has a team of correspondents around the world. It is edited in
South Africa, and printed in the United States.
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