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The Italy AutoBook helps you to identify new customers in the Automotive industry and provides key contact information.

Automotive Intelligence for Professionals: The Italy AutoBook includes company profiles of OEM car makers, multinational and local automotive parts suppliers as well as organizations, media and exhibitions.

It also includes detailed statistics about Automotive sales, market share and OEM capacities.

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Italy AutoBook 2019 Preview

  1. 1. Italy AutoBook 2019Photo: Lamborghini PREVIEW
  2. 2. ii WELCOME!
 
 The automotive industry is one of the most important drivers of the Italian economy, It is the 19th largest automaker in the world. In 2017, 1,142,210 passenger cars and commercial vehicles were produced. The automotive industry accounts for 11.65% of the total FDI in Italy. The total value of Auto Part market in Italy is $769.4 million. With a labour force of 1.2 million direct and
 indirect workers, the industry accounts for approximately 3,500 suppliers and service providers, of which 885 are manufacturers of vehicle parts and components. Forty percent of Italian exports are from this sector. The Automobile industry of Italy contributed to approximately 4.5% of the country’s GDP. Business Development, Outsourcing, and Localization The information was compiled from personal research, the internet and support of friends at automotive companies, automotive organizations, industrial estates and business associates and is intended to support: 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 1)  Business Development - managers who seek to identify potential customers and sales opportunities in Italy’s automotive industry. 2)  Outsourcing – local and international commodity managers, buyers who are looking to source automotive components from Italy. 3) Localization – international managers desiring to expand their market and set up a footprint in Italy – either for distribution or local production. Focus on contacts To make your work easier, the Italy AutoBook features QuickLinks to access web sites, Google Maps locations and social media sites of the featured companies and their representatives. Simply click on the following icons to connect: I am sure this book will give you lots of information and inspire you to do business in Italy. To your success! Ulrich Kaiser
 Publisher
  3. 3. Chapter 1 Introduction Photo: Fiat
  4. 4. Overview of Italy Automotive Industry The automotive industry is one of the most important drivers of the Italian economy. In 2017, 658,207 units were produced. It is the 7th largest automaker in the world, 31st in the automotive parts sale and 12th for the exports of automotive products. The automotive industry accounts for 11.65% of the total FDI in Italy. The total value of Auto Part market in Italy is $769.4 million. With a labour force of 1.2 million direct and indirect workers, the industry accounts for approximately 3,500 suppliers and service providers, of which 885 are manufacturers of vehicle parts and components. Forty percent of Italian exports are from this sector. The Automobile industry of Italy contributed to approximately 4.5% of the country’s GDP. Production in Italy, linked strictly to the production of the FIAT Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Group and the Volkswagen Group. No other major foreign OEMs is producing in Italy. The FCA Group, one of the top 10 players in the world has cut their production in the last decade. Italy is one of the countries badly affected by the crisis. Poland and Brazil are becoming major production locations for the Italian automaker globally. The substantial investment of FIAT in Serbia, the Kragujevac plant, will make what was once purely Italian production more globalized. Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. 2017 Production: 742,642 passenger cars and 399,568 commercial vehicles. 2. The industry employs 1.2 million direct and indirect workers. 3. The local manufacturing hubs are concentrated in 4 regions - Turin, Milan, Rome and Bologna. 4. The Italian Government provides grants and incentives for foreign companies and new businesses in Italy. Introduction Page 4
  5. 5. Chapter 2 Statistics
  6. 6. Chapter 3 OEMs Photo: Fiat Chrysler
  7. 7. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), is an Italian-controlled multinational corporation and currently the seventh-largest automaker in the world. FCA designs, engineers, manufactures and sells passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, components and production systems worldwide. The Group’s automotive brands are: Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Fiat Professional, Jeep, Lancia, Ram and Maserati, in addition to the SRT performance vehicle designation and Mopar, the parts and service brand. The Group’s businesses also include Comau (production systems), Magneti Marelli (components) and Teksid (iron and castings). In addition, the Group provides retail and dealer finance, leasing and rental services in support of the car business through subsidiaries, joint ventures and commercial agreements with specialized financing services providers. FCA operates through companies located in 40 countries and has commercial relationships with customers in approximately 150 countries. Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Established: 2014 from a merger of Fiat and Chrysler 2. Staff: 225,587 Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Page 8 Fiat Chrysler Automobiles - EMEA FCA Via Nizza, 250, 10126 Torino Tel: +39 01 1006 1111 Marcello Bariani Head of Global Electrical Purchasing - Head of EMEA Interiors Purchasing Gianluca Italia Managing Director Italy and EMEA Fleet & Business Sales Director Daniele Lucca Project Manager, Maserati Costantino Fassino Commercial Development EMEA, Alfa Romeo
  8. 8. The Group’s automotive brands are: Abarth Alfa Romeo Chrysler Dodge Fiat Fiat Professional Jeep Lancia Ram SRT Maserati In addition, the Group also owns Mopar, the parts and service brand. The Group’s businesses also include Comau (production systems), Magneti Marelli (components) and Teksid (iron and castings). Formed in 2014 through the merger of Fiat (founded in 1899) and Chrysler (founded in 1925), FCA is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (“FCAU”) and the Mercato Telematico Azionario in Milan (“FCA”). The Group’s activities are carried out through the following operating segments: NAFTA (U.S., Canada and Mexico), LATAM (South and Central America, excluding Mexico), APAC (Asia and Pacific countries), EMEA (Europe, Russia, Middle East and Africa), Luxury Brands and Components. Group companies operating in businesses that are not included in the above regions and operating segments are grouped under “Other Activities”. FCA carries out its mass-market automotive operations through two main subsidiaries: FCA Italy (previously Fiat Group Automobiles) and FCA US (previously Chrysler Group). Both name changes were announced in December 2014. Specifically to EMEA, the manufacturing, distribution and sale of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles (LCVs) are carried out under the brand names of Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Fiat, Fiat Professional, Jeep, Lancia and Abarth, in addition to related spare parts. Financial services to support passenger car and LCV sales in Europe are primarily provided through FCA Bank, a 50/50 joint venture with Crédit Agricole Consumer Finance. FCA US includes the American-based brands that include Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram, plus the Mopar service and parts organization. In January 2016, Ferrari became an independent company, after FCA listed 10% of the company on the NYSE in October 2015, and then distributed their remaining 80% stake in Ferrari to FCA shareholders. Page 9
  9. 9. Section 2 Automotive OEM in Italy Page 10 The full version of the Italy AutoBook includes profiles of the following Companies.
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  10. 10. Chapter 4 Italy Tier 1 Photo: Magneti Marelli
  11. 11. Magneti Marelli is an international automotive company that was founded in 1919 in Italy. The company designs and produces systems and components for the automotive sector. In 2015, the companies turnover was EUR 7.3 billion. The company has large global presence with 89 manufacturing locations, 12 R&D centers and 30 application Centers. In Italy, the company is present with all of its business units. Today, the company has been a subsidiary of FCA Italy since 1967. Product range: Electronic Systems Automotive Lighting Powertrain Suspension Systems Exhaust Systems Motorsport Plastic Components and Modules After Market Parts and Services Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Established: 1919 2. Employs: 40,500 3. Turnover: 7.3 Billion EUR Magneti Marelli Page 12 Magneti Marelli S.p.a Country Headquarters, Powertrain Viale Aldo Borletti 61/63, Corbetta, 20011 Tel: +39 02 97227111 Antonio Recinella Chief Executive Officer Valeriano Casci Head of Purchasing Fabio Barsotti Operations Director Davide Nanni Vice President Global Sales
  12. 12. Below is a list of locations for each Magneti Marelli location in Italy. Click here for global locations. Automotive Lighting Product range: Headlamp Technologies Read Lamp Technologies CENTRO RICERCHE PLAST-OPTICA SPA Automotive Lighting (PLANT) Via Jacopo Linussio 1 Amaro (UD) Tel: +39 0433 487510 MAGNETI MARELLI SPA – LIGHTING & BODY ELECTRONICS Automotive Lighting Sales Office Strada Torino n. 50   Orbassano Tel: +39 (011) 90 83544 AUTOMOTIVE LIGHTING ITALIA S.P.A. Automotive Lighting (PLANT) Via Dell'Industria, 17 Tolmezzo (Udine) Tel: +39 0433 489222 Fabrizio Ferretti Advance Purchasing Engineer Sergio Arosio Head of Manufacturing Alessandro Falessi Project Engineer Plastic Components & Modules Product range: Dashboards & Centre Consoles Bumpers Fuel Systems PLASTIC COMPONENTS AND MODULES Plastic Components & Modules (PLANT) Via Aosta 12/14 Atessa (CH) Tel: +39 - 0872 88431 PLASTIC COMPONENTS AND MODULES Plastic Components & Modules (PLANT) Viale Rivalta, 30 Grugliasco (TO) Tel: +39 011 0045013 PLASTIC COMPONENTS AND MODULES Plastic Components & Modules (PLANT) Via De Roberto, 71 Napoli Tel: +39 - 081 2261111 Mario Bauchiero Marketing & Sales Director Alberto Baratelli Manufacturing Logistic Engineer Nunzio Ricchezza Program Manager Powertrain Product range: Gasoline Systems GDI/PFI Diesel Systems BEV HEV Transmission Multi fuel Systems MAGNETI MARELLI SPA Powertrain (PLANT) Via del Timavo, 33, Bologna Tel: +39 - 051 6157011 MAGNETI MARELLI SPA POWERTRAIN Powertrain (PLANT) Headquarters Viale Aldo Borletti, 61/63 Corbetta Tel: +39 - 02 97227111 MAGNETI MARELLI SPA Powertrain (PLANT) Via Del Mezzo di Levante, 2339 Crevalcore (Bologna) Tel: +39 - 051 7403011 Alessia Brunello Senior sales specialist Roberto Mainero Purchasing Manager Marilena Veratti Program Manager 13
  13. 13. Exhaust Systems Product range: Emission Abatement Systems Silencing System MAGNETI MARELLI SPA - EXHAUST SYSTEMS Exhaust Systems (PLANT) Zona Ind.le Asi,Località Pascarola Caivano (NA) Tel: +39 - 081 8899400 MAGNETI MARELLI SPA - EXHAUST SYSTEMS Exhaust Systems (PLANT) Viale Carlo Emanuele II, 150 Venaria Reale (Torino) Tel: +39 - 011 6879111 Federico Venchi Buyer Direct Materials Juan Manuel Mollá Head of Sales & Marketing Electronic Systems Product range: Instrument Clusters Displays Infotainment & Navigation Telematics MAGNETI MARELLI SPA Head Quarter Country - Electronic Systems Headquarters Viale Aldo Borletti, 61/63 Corbetta (Milano) Tel: +39 - 02 97227111 MAGNETI MARELLI S.P.A. - INFOTAINMENT & TELEMATICS Electronic Systems (PLANT) Viale Carlo Emanuele II, 150 Venaria Reale (TO) Roberto Mainero Purchasing Manager Marilena Veratti Program Manager Suspension Systems Product range: Suspension Shock SUSPENSION SYSTEMS Suspension Systems (PLANT) Area Industriale San Nicola di Melfi Tel: +39 - 0972 250301 SUSPENSION SYSTEMS Suspension Systems (PLANT) Via Enrico Mattei, 12 Rivalta, Torino Tel: +39 - 011 9081111 SUSPENSION SYSTEMS Suspension Systems (PLANT) Strada Statale 17 - Km. 96 Sulmona (Aquila) Tel: +39 - 0864 2841 Giacomo Cavallini Head of Purchasing Antonello Tufano Program Manager 14
  14. 14. Section 2 Italian Automotive Suppliers Page 15 The full version of the Italy AutoBook includes profiles of the following Companies.
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  15. 15. Chapter 5 European Tier 1 Photo: SKF
  16. 16. GKN Driveline is the world’s leading supplier of automotive driveline systems, delivering power from the engine to wheel. The company was founded in 1759 and is headquartered in the United Kingdom. With 46 manufacturing sites across 23 countries, GKN Driveline employs over 25,500 people globally. The company’s technologies feature in more than half of the world’s road vehicles. Product range: CV Joints Side shafts Prop shafts Power Transfer Units Differentials AWD couplings Disconnects Electric rear axles Electric dive transmissions In Italy, GKN Driveline is present in two locations. one in Bruneck and the other in Bisenzio. GKN Driveline Via Fratelli Cervi 1, 50013 Campi Bisenzio (FI) Tel: +39 055 8943 1 Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Established: 1759 2. Employs: 25,500 3. Turnover: 7.231 Billion EUR GKN Page 17 GKN Driveline Rienzfeldstrasse 8 39031 Bruneck (BZ) Tel: +39 0474 580 111 Email: info.GKNdrivelinebruneck@gkndriveline.com Peter Moelgg Chief Executive Officer Samuele Bianchi Manufacturing Engineering Karl Schoenegger Sales and Marketing Manager Michael Mair am Tinkhof Purchasing Manager
  17. 17. Section 2 European Automotive Suppliers Page 18 The full version of the Italy AutoBook includes profiles of the following Companies.
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  18. 18. Chapter 6 German Tier 1 Photo: Eberspaecher
  19. 19. The Schaeffler Group is a global integrated automotive and industrial supplier. The company has a long history dating back to 1883, however the Group of companies was founded in 2010. The technology company generated sales of approximately 13.2 billion euros in 2015. With around 84,000 employees worldwide, Schaeffler is one of the world's largest family companies and, with approximately 170 locations in over 50 countries. In Italy, Schaeffler has one manufacturing locations that produces bearings in Momo. The company also has a sales department that provides further support for global Schaeffler products. Product range: Torsional Damper Flywheel Valve Lifter Cam Shaft Timing Chain Clutch Pressure Plate Clutch Disc Clutch Master Cylinder/Pump Torque Converter Automatic Transmission Clutch Automatic Transmission Parts CVT Parts Stabilizer Universal Joint Wheel Hub Body Insulator Solenoid/Solenoid Valve Actuators Motor Spring Bearing Stamping Machining Iron casting Aluminum die casting Heat treatment Assembly Drive train system (Electric Vehicle/Hybrid Vehicle/Fuel Cell Vehicle) Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Established: 2010 2. Employs: 84,000 3. Turnover 2015: 13.2 Billion EUR Schaeffler Page 20 WPB Water Pump Bearing GmbH & Co. KG Via Dr. Georg Schaeffler, 7 28015 Momo (Novara) Tel: +39 0321 928 503 Email: infowpb.it@scheffler.com Peter Schardig CEO Southern Europe Ivano Marchetto Plant Manager Paolo Negretti Purchasing Director Marco Giovagnoni Sales Engineering
  20. 20. Section 2 German Automotive Suppliers Page 21 The full version of the Italy AutoBook includes profiles of the following Companies.
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  21. 21. Chapter 7 North American Tier 1 Photo: BorgWarner
  22. 22. BorgWarner is a product leader in powertrain solutions. The company is headquartered in Auburn, USA and employs 22,000 globally. The company has 74 subsidiaries in 19 countries. Borgwarner supplies major automotive manufacturers including Ford, GM and Chrysler. The company operates under two main groups, the Engine Group and the Drivetrain Group. BorgWarners business units include Transmission Systems, PowerDrive Systems, Emissions Systems, Thermal Systems, Turbo Systems and Morse Systems. Product range: Engine timing systems, boosting systems, ignition systems, air and noise management, cooling and controls. Cam timing, chain driven engine timing systems and HY-VO® chains Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) systems, secondary air systems, advanced actuators, PTC cabin heaters, diesel cold-start and ignition technology. Engine cooling Turbochargers and boosting systems Transmission and all-wheel drive technology Transmission Systems TorqTransfer Systems Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Established: 1880 2. Employs: 22,000 3. Turnover: 8.305 Billion USD BorgWarner Page 23 Morse Tec Europe S.r.L Production Plant and Tech & Sales Office Via Cesare Battisti, 122 20862 Arcore (MB) Tel: +39 39 62711 Email: Davide Girelli Vice President Europe & Asia Massimo Sadino Senior Purchasing Manager Alberto Sitia Global Advanced Manufacturing Engineer Giorgio Baccolis Sales Director
  23. 23. Section 2 North American Automotive Suppliers Page 24 The full version of the Italy AutoBook includes profiles of the following Companies.
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  24. 24. Chapter 8 Asian Tier 1 Photo: CNBC
  25. 25. Yazaki Corporation is a global automotive parts supplier. The company is headquartered in Japan. Since its foundation, Yazaki has been owned and governed by the Yazaki family. The company was founded in 1941 and is a leader in research, development and delivery of vehicle power and data solutions for automotive applications. Currently the family is the primary shareholder and the company is governed by the second generation of the family with the third playing important roles in the company’s growing global business. The Company’s Chairsperson is Mr. Yasuhiko Yazaki and the President is Mr. Shinji Yazaki. However, 90% of its workforce is outside Japan. Yazaki has locations in 45 countries all around the world, ensuring close proximity to its customers. The company focuses on wire harnesses, instruments and components including connectors and terminals. Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Established: 1941 2. Employs: 279,800 3. Turnover 2015: 15.2 million USD Yazaki Page 26 Yazaki Europe Ltd. Italia S.R.L. (YEL-I) Customer Service Centre Via della Libertà 30 10095 Grugliasco (TO) Tel: +39 01 1409 6000 Susan Whiteman Senior Manager Marco Palmitessa Purchasing Manager Francesca Bongioanni Project Purchasing Supervisor Marco Perino Manager
  26. 26. Yazaki has a wide range of products: Electrical Distribution Systems (wiring Harnesses, Wire, Subsystems, Power Distribution, Design, EDS Components) Compoenents (Terminals & Connectors, Data Connectivity, Wire, Header/Sensor Housings, High Voltage and Custom Solutions) Electronics and Instrumentations (Instrument cluster, Head-up display (HUD), Power distribution boxes -smart junction boxes, Battery fuse terminals, body electronics, Start-stop system solutions, 48V 12V DC-DC converter, Combi-switches High Voltage: Connection systems, Service plugs, Battery bus bar modules, Power distribution centers Additionally, Yazaki offers a diverse range of products in the Energy System Sector and the areas of Nursing Care and Environment-related Businesses. Yazaki Europe Limited Italia Srl was founded in 2012. The company's line of business includes the wholesale distribution of motor vehicle supplies, accessories, tools, and equipment. In Italy, Yazaki has 2 offices in Capua and Grugliasco. Below is the location of these offices. Yazaki Europe Ltd. Italia Srl (YEL-I) Capua Branch Via Nazionale Appia Km 193 81050 Pastorano (CE) Tel: +39 08 2362 0601 Yazaki Europe Ltd. Italia S.R.L. (YEL-I) Customer Service Centre Via della Libertà 30 10095 Grugliasco (TO) Tel: +39 01 1409 6000 Page 27 Yazaki’s Presence in Europe
  27. 27. Section 2 Asian Automotive Suppliers Page 28 The full version of the Italy AutoBook includes profiles of the following Companies.
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  28. 28. Chapter 9 Organizations Photo: CLEPA
  29. 29. ANFIA, the Italian Association of the Automotive Industry, is one of the main Trade Associations within CONFINDUSTRIA (the Confederation of Italian Industry) and is the networking and strategic benchmark between the automotive trade and the Italian and international political and institutional scene. ANFIA was founded in Turin in 1912 and in the course of 100 years its activities have developed in parallel with the spread of the motor-car in Italy. ANFIA numbers 240 member companies. It is organized into 9 product Groups, each coordinated by a President and managed by an Executive Committee. These 9 groups are Buses; Motor Vehicles; Sports and Special Cars; Car Coachbuilders; Commercial Vehicles Coachbuilders; Components; Leisure Vehicles Manufacturers; Trailers; and Tyres. ANFIA cooperates technically at government level of adequate measures pertaining to the sector such as: The new General Transport Plan, coordinating interventions with regard to the different transport modes and creating more incisive telematics applications for passenger and goods traffic Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Established: 1912 2. Main Trade Association within the Confederation of Italian Industry ANFIA Page 30 ANFIA Turin Office 10128 Torino - Corso Galileo Ferraris 61 Tel: +39 01 1554 6511/505 Email: anfia@anfia.it Rome Office 00144 Roma - Viale Pasteur 10 Tel: +39 06 5422 1493/4 Email: anfia.roma@anfia.it Roberto Vavassori Vice President Leonardo Fioravanti ANFIA Director Gianmarco Giorda ANFIA Service Managing Director Tel: +39 01 1554 6506 Email: g.giorda@anfia.it
  30. 30. Cooperation of local, national and international decision-making centers for the better harmonization of regulations and technologies Revision of the Highway Code coordinating with other such legislative provisions, including those at European Community level Innovative commitment to harmonize the provisions regulating urban traffic, Policy to promote R&D, particularly as regards telematics, safety and alternative fuel topics Definition of a tax regime so that tax revenue is returned to the sector for investment in innovation Energy and environmental policy Internationalisation of companies in the sector, pursuing and reinforcing promotional activities (exhibitions, trade shows, missions, etc.) in cooperation with Mincomes, Ice and local institutions Start-up of sector ventures aimed at growing the market share of companies, and fostering matchmaking and cooperation plans Support for local public transport, with bus fleet renewal a priority Services offered by ANFIA include Studies and Statistics; Motor Shows and Trade Fairs; Consultancy and Training; Publications; IATF; and Internationalization. Motor Vehicles Group is the original core around which ANFIA was founded in 1912. The Sports and Special Cars Group includes some of the most famous and prestigious brands which have helped to build the legend of Italian sports cars in the world. Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. is one of the ANFIA’s members within this group. The ANFIA-Components Group was founded in 1972 and brings together first equipment parts and components and after-market manufacturers and suppliers. Today the Group gathers 150 member companies. The member companies belong to those productive sectors into which automotive components are divided including Modules and systems; Engine start and ignition components; Lighting and signaling components; Electric and electronic components; Transmission parts, etc. Page 31
  31. 31. Section 2 Automotive Organizations in Italy Page 32 The full version of the Italy AutoBook includes profiles of the following Organizations.
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  32. 32. Chapter 10 Events Photo: Ferrari
  33. 33. Autopromotec is held by two Italian major associations involved in the field of Automotive Aftermarket. Primarly, the activity of Promotec Srl is the organization of Autopromotec, a biennial trade exhibition of equipment and aftermarket products. Autopromotec is the most specialised exhibition in the automotive service industry and is a benchmark of the international automotive aftermarket, a crossroad for manufacturers and international buyers. The last edition of Autopromotec totalled record figures both in terms of visitors and exhibitors (1.599 from 52 countries): these data make Autopromotec the second biggest automotive aftermarket trade show in Europe and one of the biggest international exhibition in Italy, officially recognized and financed by Ministry of Economic Development under the umbrella of "Piano Straordinario per il Made in Italy" as big event with international standing. Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. 22-26 May, 2019 2. Bologna Exhibition Center 3. 113,616 Vistors in 2018 Autopromotec Page 34 Organizer: Promotec S.r.l. Via Emilia 41/b 40011 Anzola Emilia (BO) Tel: +39 06 3534 7795 Email: info@autopromotec.it Event Location: Bologna Exhibition Center Viale della Fiera, 20, 40128 Bologna Emanuele Vicentini Brand Manager Brindani Stefano Sales department Enrica Lazzarini Meida & External Relations Margarita Kalinovskaya Show Office
  34. 34. Section 2 Automotive Events in Italy Page 35 The full version of the Italy AutoBook includes profiles of the following Events.
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  35. 35. Chapter 11 Media Photo: Automotive News
  36. 36. Automotive News Europe was launched in 1996. Until today it is the only pan-European monthly publication for the automotive industry. It is Europe's leading English-language news outlet for manufacturers and suppliers and serves its audience with daily email newsletters, breaking news alerts and a monthly E-magazine which is also delivered in print form at major events around Europe. On top of the monthly E-magazine there are supplements on multifaceted topics which require an in-depth look. Every year Automotive News Europe attracts the industry's largest business-to-business audience at its Automotive News Europe Congress which provides a comprehensive perspective on the industry’s big issues through a series of keynote addresses, top- level presentations and panel discussions. The event provides answers to critical questions from the best in the business. Section 1 AT A GLANCE 1. Since: 1996 2. Information about the Automotive Industries of Europe Automotive News Europe Page 37 Crain Communications GmbH Argelsrieder Feld 13 82234 Oberpfaffenhofen Tel: +49 (0) 8153 907 404 Mr Thomas Heringer Publishing Director Marketing & Sales
  37. 37. Section 2 Automotive Media in Italy Page 38 The full version of the Italy AutoBook includes profiles of the following Media.
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  38. 38. Acknowledgements Photo: Maserati
  39. 39. about this book xl © 2018 Kaiser International Limited Publisher: Uli Kaiser uli@autobook.biz 
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